U-part wigs can be as elegant or basic as you’d like, and are great for experimentation with colors, textures, and lengths, and, it allows a natural look without looking “wiggy”. But why is it called a U-part wig in the first place? The main reason for this is that a U-part wig has a U-shaped piece cut into the front that allows you to pull a small part of your hair through the u-shaped opening. This means that the part shows your own scalp, which lends to the natural look.
U part wigs are attached by securing with clips and combs for short-term wear, or by sewing on to braids, similar to the way sewn-in extensions with “leave out” is installed.
What are the Advantages and Disadvantages of using U-Part Wigs?
Using a U-part wig as part of your daily style can give you some advantages. And some of them are:
- Having a more versatility than a sew-in
- Easy access when it comes to your hair and scalp
- Easy and chemical free way of trying different hairstyles and colors
- Creates fullness and length
Some of the disadvantages of u-part wig:
- Short duration in wearing time
- If heat is required for blending, it defeats the purpose of protective styling
- Possible breakage of hair due to excess heat from blending
- Clips and combs required to attach the wig can be uncomfortable for those with sensitive scalps
- It is not suitable for people with alopecia, or excessive hair breakage in the area where the parting will be
Knowing the advantages and the disadvantages of having or wearing a U-part wig is important before considering if getting it for your hair is crucial or not. Now that you already know it, the decision is still up to you.
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