Updated: Oct 14
Are you wondering what is the difference between Mink Brazilian and Raw Indian Hair? What about the difference between High Definition and Standard Lace? Or a Pre Made and Custom Wig? If so, keep reading because this blog was made just for you!
Pre Made vs Custom
A pre made wig is made by our company vendor. Pre made wigs are constructed with a single stitch on an adjustable wig cap and come in the sizes (S) 21.5", (M) 22.5", (L) 23.5" and (XL) 24".
Pro: Very cost efficient Con: Not always a snug fit
A custom wig is made by our company owner. Custom wigs are luxury wigs and are preferred amongst most Naturalistas. They are double stitched and constructed on a mesh dome cap. Custom wigs are very snug fitting and come in the sizes (XS) 20", (S) 21", (M) 22", (L) 23" and (XL) 23.5". Pro: Easy to wear, Glueless snug fit Con: Higher priced
Mink vs Raw
Mink Brazilian is our silkiest, most popular hair. It's collected from multiple donors and has been steam processed. In its natural color (1B), the hair can last at least eight months or longer under the proper care. If colored or purchased in blonde (613), the hair can last at least six months under the proper care.
Raw Indian is our thickest, most luxurious hair. It's collected from a single donor and is unprocessed. In its natural color (1B), the hair can last at least one year or longer under the proper care. If colored or purchased in blonde (613), the hair can last at least eight months under the proper care.
High Definition vs Swiss Lace
High Definition (HD) Lace will create the most natural look. It will blend with any skin tone, as it is easy to manipulate. This type of lace is very thin and very fragile, so it is likely that it will need to be replaced within six to eight months.
There are two types of Swiss lace, transparent and standard. Transparent lace will blend best on light skin tones and standard lace will blend best on medium to dark skin tones. This type of lace comes in a light brown. Swiss lace requires more manipulation when installing; but, it is more durable and cost efficient.
(Top HD Lace/ Bottom Swiss Lace)
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