U Part Lace Wig 8-26inch Glueless U Part Human Hair Lace Wig, Straight, Body Wave, Curly U Part Human Hair Wigs
U Part Wigs are easy and comfortable to wear, Ali Annabelle offers the best quality textured glueless u-part wigs, relaxed and natural hair u part wig, including kinky straight u part wig, body wave u part wig, kinky curly u part wig, and more, they are 100% u part wig human hair, easy to wear with u part wig cap with clips, can blend perfectly with your hair.
U Part Wig is wig sewn on u part cap with clips and adjustable straps on the back.
A U-part wig allows you to blend your own hair through a specific u-shaped opening at the top of the wig; thus this opening gives you the chance to blend your own part exposing the scalp for a better natural-looking hairline. You can design different u-shaped sizes, like 2*4 inches, 1*4 inches, 1.5*4 inches, and so on. The direction of the opening also has a middle part, left part, and right part. Well, if you wanna protect your hair, a silk or lace closure is approved to be worn with u part wigs.
Since a portion of your natural hair will be left out, U-part wigs offer more versatility when it comes to sectioning out your hair, and often give a more natural-looking finish. You also have the freedom to style your edges however you'd like.
They're a great choice for anyone who wants to add some length as well, but either wishes to give their hair a break from weaves or wants the option to easily take their hair off at the end of the day.
The same rules apply for U-part wigs when it comes to maintenance, hair-care, and storage as they do with lace fronts.
When clipping in the wig, you have to be mindful of any tension it can cause on the scalp, as this can also lead to traction alopecia. Also, when you're in the process of picking out your wig, you will need to pay attention to the size.
Another con is that while it can give you a more natural finish since your own hair is left out if you're constantly using hot tools to help blend your hair with the wig, it can lead to severe heat damage, breakage, and split ends. So, learning how to manipulate the hair without using excessive amounts of heat is key.