Pros and Cons of a T part wig
The T Lace Wig is one of the newest wig styles on the market. Not to be confused with a U part wig, the T part is in a class of its own and starting to be loved by many of us ladies who enjoy having a good wig. So, let’s get into what’s a T Part Wig, why we like it, what may be a drawback for some, and how you can get yours today.
A wig is defined in three areas: the material, structure, and how it can be styled. Here’s the breakdown on the T Lace Wig.
Structure: You can see from the image where this wig gets its name. The lace part of the wig is shaped like a T. And as you can see from the many T Part Lace Wig in our store, you can get it as a part straight down the middle or to the side.
Style: Now, this is where it gets nice. The T Lace Wig is quite versatile, and you can style it in as many ways as persons do with a lace front wig. So, you can get creative with your styles. Straighten. Crimp. Curl.
Cheap: The T Lace Wig is one of the most affordable wig types. It is much cheaper than a lace frontal wig, but without diluting the natural-looking effect.
Natural results: When you look at the wig cap from the inside, you’ll notice something which we absolutely love. The T part wig has a full front hairline area. So, this leads to a similar natural result that you would get with a more expensive lace frontal wig.
Convenient styling: The wig comes ready to use. There’s no need for you to sew the bundle or buy or use any other wig parts to be able to wear a TT part wig. It’s wearable right out the box, so you don’t need to know a lot about wig styling to wear the T part.
Good quality: Not because it’s cheap doesn’t mean that the wig isn’t good quality. If you get your T part wig from the right store, you can best believe it’s going to look gorgeous and last a long time.
The main con with this wig is also part of why it’s so affordable. Because of the structure of the wig cap — the T part and lace only at the T section — the part line is fixed. So, you can’t change up where it’s parted.
But despite that, you can still style this wig in a variety of ways, including curling, crimping, straightening, and dyeing.
Now, since we’ve been telling you so much about this wig, I’m sure you’re ready to take a look and see for yourself.
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