If you are looking for a wig, the pros and cons of an equal invisible L part wig is one thing you can look into. To enhance your appearance, a wig can be a great way to do so as an alternative to the hair salon. You can instantly change your hair color, texture and length by covering your existing hair with a wig. But, before you spend money on any wig, it is best to do your research and find out if it is the best wig for you. Here are some of the pros and cons of an Equal invisible L part wig.
One of the benefits of an equal invisible L part wig is that the seam for the wig is hidden along the part line, which means that instead of having an obvious wig seam, the maker has tied the seam into the part line, so that it looks like a natural part.
Cons of an Equal Invisible L Part Wig:
There Aren’t Many Manufacturers Making L Part Wigs-
One of the biggest downsides to this type of wig is that there aren’t many manufacturers making this type of wig, and the ones who are only produce a few. This means that it may be difficult to find an L part wig in the exact style, color, or length you are looking for, especially if you are looking for a more unique color or style. As this style continues to gain in popularity, more choices will likely be made available. Check your hairdresser and websites now and then. Perhaps, they will show up, and you will find what you want. But as of now, you don’t have the same options with this type of wig that you may have with others.
The Hair Can Be Thin Along the Part-
One of the benefits to this type of wig is that the seam for the wig is hidden along the part line. This means that instead of having an obvious wig seam, the maker has tied the seam into the part line, so that it looks like a natural part. But, the downside to this is that because of the seam being tied to the part line, the hair may look thin and/or flat along the part. Many people like to tease the part line to help lift the hair up and create volume, but that isn’t possible with this wig. It can damage the seam.
One of the biggest pros for this type of wig is the part line itself. Most wigs have a center part line. Unfortunately, a center part line can look harsh on many people. It enhances a large forehead, can showcase a face that doesn’t have perfect symmetry, or look harsh on someone who may have a strong jawline. On the other hand, a L-Shaped part is flattering on most face types. An l-shaped part is slightly off to either the left or right side, which helps frame your face shape in a flattering way, regardless of what shape you have.
This Wig Type is Not Attached-
The second benefit to an equal invisible L part wig is that it is not an attached wig. Some wigs are adhered to or glued to the head, so they stay in place for one week to one month. The downside to having a wig attached is that it takes a lot of time to constantly go to have the wigs attached by a professional, and it is not good for your natural hair to constantly have heat and glue used above your natural hair strands.
These wigs can also be difficult to care for, as you have to shower and sleep with them on, which can cause them to get tangled. A wig that is not attached is simply placed on the head and then clipped into place when you want to wear it. When you are done, you un-clip it and take it off. This is fast, easy and allows you to change your hairstyle as little or as often as you want. They are easy to care for, and it allows your natural hair to stay healthy, while wearing a wig.
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