Pros and Cons of Silk Top Wig


A silk top is fleshed colored silk material sewn onto a lace, either  french or swiss. It covers the lace wig and appears to be a scalp. The knots are hidden inside the silk material and is completely invisible. When parting your wig it gives it a more natural look. With a silk top you don’t have to bleach the knots. The standard size of a silk top is 4×4, but you can order a different size which may cost more.

Silk Top

TO ADD A SILK TOP TO YOUR ORDER CLICK BELOW

http://www.youniquelacewigs.com/Silk-Top_p_436.html

There are some pros and cons for ordering a silk top.

The pros:

1. there are no visible knots

2. Less shedding

3. Looks like the hair is growing for the scalp.

The Cons:

1. Limits your parting ability and can only part where the silk top is.

2: More Expensive, $75 more for adding a silk top.

To eliminate the cons you can order a FULL SILK TOP WIG. The full cap is made of silk top material. Very fine thin skin or Swiss lace is attached around the perimeter to give a more undetectable and natural hair line. You get undetectable parting from the front to the back as well as ear to ear. No need to wear a wig cap, no need to worry about bleached knots,  the full cap features hidden knots.

This wig can be worn as a glue-less wig as well as worn with glue or tape. This unit doesn’t have any stretch so we need your exact measurements when ordering this type of cap. All full silk top wigs are made with virgin hair. You can choose Brazilian, Mongolian, Indian, Malaysian, or Chinese. This wig will last a very long time. Minimum to NO shedding at all!! Best quality hair and techniques will be used by our top wig makers.

Full Silk Top Wig     

TO ORDER A FULL SILK TOP WIG CLICK BELOW

http://www.youniquelacewigs.com/Full-Silk-Top-Wig_p_650.html

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