Different Types of Hair Systems You Should be Knowledgeable about
In this fast-moving age, people’s needs for different things keep getting more diverse and specific. And that is also the case in the hair system industry. The number of people choosing hair systems as their long-term hair loss solution has been rising rapidly over the past decade, giving rise to the consistent launches of new hair system types to fulfill the needs of a certain number of users in more considerate ways. For hair system business owners to better cater to their customers’ diverse needs, they need to get themselves more equipped with the right things, which calls for them to be more knowledgeable about the different types of hair system products designed for different groups of people.
It is also constructive for hair system wearers to gain a deep insight into what types of hair systems are available for them on the market. So they could see if they have been wearing the right things and if there are better options to replace their existing ones. As a leading hair system manufacturer and supplier globally with ten years of experience in the hair system manfuacturer, New Times Hair is going to bring to light the popular and common types of hair system products dominating the hair system world for you!
Lace Hair Systems
As one of the most favorable types of hair systems among hair system wholesalers worldwide, lace hair systems are meant to help you keep winning the hearts of your customers with their unparalleled advantages. Firstly, the wearers will find lace hair systems natural-looking enough to wear while feeling very reassured in the public. Because the lace material appears highly hidden when placed on wearers’ scalps and covered by natural human hair. In the case that all the knots get fully bleached, an illusion of hair growing out of the head is what you are going to be amazed at! That is why so many men’s hair systems nowadays come with a bleached lace front to give the wearers the freedom to style their hair as they please, without compromising the naturalness.
Despite that, what really makes lace hair systems a superior type of hair system is actually their exceptional breathability. As an interwoven base material, this type of hair system base is featured by numerous small holes across, allowing air to flow through the base and making it very breathable for the wearers’ scalp to feel very cool and lightweight instead of stuffy and itchy. This is a very desirable characteristic to wearers living in hot climates, as well as those leading sporty lifestyles. When wearing a lace hair system, the wearers will not feel any discomfort caused by sweating.
There are two most prevalent types of lace hair systems on the global hair system market: French lace hair systems and Swiss lace hair systems. Both types of hair systems have their own pros and cons that the wearers should thoroughly weigh up when making up their minds.
In comparison to the French lace, the Swiss lace is made of a softer, finer, and more delicate fabric material with slightly larger holes. So it feels somewhat lighter, softer, and cooler than the French lace does. Nevertheless, everything has two sides. As the fabric material of the Swiss lace is not as strong as that of the French lace, it is much more vulnerable to pulling force and damages, which explains why it has a lifespan of only one month or two, as opposed to four to five months for French lace hair systems.
Skin Hair Systems
Being exceptionally user-friendly and flexible, skin hair systems should be the first type of hair system option to give a thought to if you have not been a while in the hair system industry. They are also deemed the safest option to wholesale if you have not achieved a certain degree of stability and brand loyalty of your business.
Made from very soft and silky polyurethane materials that highly resemble human skin, skin hair systems can appear no less natural-looking than French lace ones. On the market, skin hair systems are categorized into differing base thickness to meet the needs of the wearers differing in how natural-looking they expect their hair systems to appear. It is usually the case that the thinner the skin base, the more natural-looking it appears. And the most undetectable type of skin hair system has a base thickness of only 0.03mm, as an extremely ideal option for those wearers that attach great importance to the naturalness aspect.
On the other hand, the lifespan of skin hair systems is instead positively correlated with skin thickness. So if the wearers expect a relatively long lifespan out of their purchases, the naturalness would be something they have to compromise on. And there is no way for any hair system wearer to have a skin hair system that is both super natural-looking and durable.
Compared to other hair systems, the most significant advantage about skin hair systems actually turns out to be how user-friendly they are for the wearers to handle and deal with in their daily lives. This type of hair system can go with both tape and glue adhesive in terms of both attachment and maintenance. One would have it effortlessly put on the head with little hassle. Speaking of cleaning the skin base, it is never a challenge either, even to the beginners, as the tape or glue residue is very simple to wash out while not causing damages to the hair system.
Mono Hair Systems
Many hair system wearers, especially those without much experience in this field, are more likely to have not heard about this type of hair system. Mono, standing for monofilament, hair systems have a base constructed with a thin, mesh, nylon-like material, known for being very strong and durable. It resembles lace material to some extent, with much smaller and denser holes across the base. So this type of hair system is somewhat breathable and feels decent on the head.
However, the mono base does not have a natural appearance like the lace, and most skin ones do. Nor are they very user-friendly when it comes to attachment and maintenance. So most types of mono hair systems on the market are complemented with lace or skin materials, or even a combination of both to make up for the limitations.
In spite of that, mono hair systems come with their unmatched advantage that is hard to resist for many hair system wearers. As a really money-for-value option, mono hair systems are widely favored for coming with a very extensive period lifespan of more than six months. So it is undoubtedly the very best option in the economical aspect, making it a popular choice for many hair system wearers valuing durability.
Silk Top Hair Systems
As the most high-end hair system option, silk top hair systems are meant for those hair system wearers who set high bars for what their hair systems should be like. This type of hair system has got pretty much everything one can expect out of a hair system. Consisting of 3 base layers of silk mono, lace, and diamond mono, respectively.
The silk top hair systems are characterized by top levels of naturalness, comfort, and durability. All the hairs look simply as if they are growing out of the scalp. Such realistic illusion is achieved by a highly complex hair ventilation process that involves the top and the middle layers of the base. Being super soft and comfy, the diamond mono, placed at the bottom of the base, is what can give the wearers that deeply wanted feeling that they do not want to get rid of.
As a result of the exclusive superiorities of this type of hair system, silk top hair systems cost quite a lot more than other types of hair systems on the men’s hair system market. It is not recommended to wholesale a large quantity of this type of hair system unless you have a large number of customers that are not very price-sensitive and are willing to spend more than a typical hair system wearer would pay.
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