Do you ever wonder if getting a lace wig , or a sew in is the right decision for you? Have you ever wondered about different lace wig styles?

Do you want to protect all your hair or have some leave out? Adding wigs or extension hair allows for versatile styles.

Depending on your lifestyle, one style may suit you more than the other. If you are thinking about giving full lace wigs or sew-in extensions a try, below, we will discuss the pros and cons of each!

We will touch base on the installation and removal process, maintenance for your hair underneath, and which style is more secure. Let’s get into the weave vs wig debate!


“Three things: Improper application (like braiding hair too tight) can lead to hair loss; they can be costly to install and maintain; and if you use inferior hair, it can tangle, shed, or look unnatural.


“You can change your color and style instantly without sitting in a salon for hours or dealing with the long-term commitment of a weave! Also, they’re easy to care for and maintain.”

“A weave is bad if its lumpy, the color and texture don’t blend with your natural hair, or if the extension is bad quality or synthetic. And you shouldn’t need to take an aspirin after its installed!"

You shouldn’t get a frontal if…

  • You have a small forehead or a lot of baby hairs. If your hairline sits close to your eyebrows then the frontal will look like a wig.
  • It will NOT stay in place for the entire duration of your install your hair GROWS and the frontal grows with it; you will need retouch every 2-3 weeks.
  • Frontals require A LOT of tweaking to look natural this includes; bleaching, tweezing, tinting, trimming, etc., and it will require weekly maintenance and upkeep.
  • You don’t know how to keep up with your hair or don’t have the funds to keep up with your hair.