Which Wig Cap Style Suits You Best?

Similar to how a baseball hat gets made, wigs get made of wig caps, which resemble the form of the head. Wigs get built on wig caps, which get covered in hair and style. What do the terms lace front, capless, hand-tied, and monofilament signify if you’ve heard them before? The following are a few of the choices:

  • Simple wig cap: chic and inexpensive

A basic wig cap, also known as a capless cap, or an open cap, is a wig cap manufactured by sewing “wefts,” or hair curtains, onto a strip of thin, elastic cloth. Permatease is a technique used to mask the wefts. So they get hidden from view in the portion area. The holes between the wefts in a basic wig cap allow air to flow directly to your head, making it the best cap design. This cap is for you if overheating is a concern.

  • Costlier for a natural hairline with a lace front

A lace front is a design element that simulates the appearance of front hairline hair growth. That makes the transition from forehead to hairline appear more natural and allows the hair to move organically at the hairline. For those concerned about remaining throughout the day, a lace front is a feature added to a standard wig cap structure. However, a lace front wig cap costs more than a wig cap because this is an added element, and the technique gets done by hand.

  • Monofilament: Comfortable and natural movement

A monofilament feature is similar to a lace front wig in that each hair gets manually linked to a delicate lace material. A monofilament top, crown, or portion makes the wig appear more realistic by simulating the appearance of hair growing from the scalp. The trendiest monofilament option is a crown since it gives hair growth only in the crown area. You can part the style there with a monofilament portion, which also helps the cap to breathe. If you want to wear a side part one day and a center part the next, you may part your hair anywhere you desire with a monofilament top. If you become hot, keep in mind that a monofilament top is the warmest option of the monofilament features.

The same natural appearance at the scalp gets provided by more recent options like double monofilament tops and French-knotted tops, but with an additional layer of soft material for increased comfort. But think that each person’s sensitivity varies, so you don’t need to have the most features to feel at ease while donning a wig cap.

  • Hand-tied: An elegant choice with enhanced comfort and fluid motion

Every single hair on a hand-tied cap gets tied by hand onto a supple cloth. The most comfortable wig cap structure is a 100% hand-tied cap because it feels and moves like hair and gets made of a wig cap material that is soft and flexible. The 4-way stretch that the wig cap offers adds another benefit, giving you the impression that you’re donning a head scarf.