Do you ever think that lace wigs are still challenging for you? Can't bear the traces of lace anymore? You need to know about these NO LACE wigs, which can be installed in seconds and are invisible and seamless.
There are three non-lace wig types that are also completely glueless. Securing them with clips and straps is enough.
V-Part Wig
Technically speaking, a V-part wig is a hair extension sewn on a V-shaped wig cap. Just clip it on the top of your head, place the adjustable strap on the back, and fix the combs on the sides and top.


You won't have to worry about maintaining your natural hair because it won't be left out. Even wig beginners and butterfingers can install it easily at home. But if you suffer from severe hair loss, we do not recommend using it.


U-Part Wig
A U-part wig is quite similar to a V-part wig. As the name suggests, it has a U-shape wig cap. The only difference between these two wigs is that you have to leave out a bunch of natural hair to cover the trace and blend it with the wig. The structure inside the cap is almost the same as a V-part wig.

The most significant advantage of a U-part wig is that it allows you to make partings, such as side or C parts, while you can only make a mid-part when using a V-part wig. Again, We do not recommend it for people with hair loss.



Headband Wig
A headband wig is a type of wig that can cover the 360° hairline and look more natural. You can wear it like a hat and just stick the velcro to fix it. It also has standard combs to strengthen security. The elastic headband is sweat-wicking and breathable, giving you a snug, soft fit.

It is the best choice for those who wish to avoid harming their hair or head. It's totally bald-friendly. News Flash: Many queens wear it to work out and are likelier to make a bun or a ponytail.


The above three wigs can be quickly put on and removed daily. For the sake of scalp health, we do not recommend wearing them to sleep.
June 04, 2024 — zhanglele

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