Difference Between a Regular Closure (4×4) and Lace Frontal Closure (13×4)

Difference Between a Regular Closure (4×4) and Frontal Closure (13×4) 2


 

 

 

Difference Between a Regular Closure (4×4) and Lace Frontal Closure (13×4)

The major difference between a regular closure ( 4 x 4) and frontal closure (13 x 4) is the length.

 

Regular 4×4 Closure

This is not always exactly 4×4 inches. The dimensions can differ slightly, depending on the brand and manufacturer. What is common, however, is the ratio of width to length. It is typically close to 1:1, which is square.

 

4×4 closures are better for defined parts and styles. It’s easy to achieve a flat, natural-looking style with just a needle and thread, no glue is needed.

 

4×4 closures come in lace and silk/skin-like base.

 


Silk Closure vs Lace Closure – What is the difference between a silk base closure and a lace closure?


 

4x4 lace closure

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4x4 inch lace closure

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Lace Frontal 13×4 Closure

Similar to the regular 4×4 closure, frontal closures are not always exactly 13×4 inches. The dimensions may differ slightly, but It’s usually long enough to extend from ear to ear.

 

13 x 4 closures are best with flexible styles. If the client wants more flexibility with the parts and is able to self-style the hair, 13×4 closures will be appropriate.

 

Installing the 13×4 closure does not require glue as well. This can be achieved with a needle and thread. See video tutorial below

 

13x4 lace closure

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13x4 inch lace closure

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Sew in Weave with Lace Frontal Closure (No Glue)

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How to install Lace Frontal Sew in Weave with no glue

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How to prevent your closure from sliding back

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