Mono is much more durable than French lace and Swiss lace, but it is as breathable as lace material. Mono
is a little bit stiffer than lace.
2. Skin Gauze Front
Durable and Translucent
The skin gauze on the front creates an invisible front hairline.
3. Poly perimeter
The perimeter poly determine the shape of the system base. It is also convenience to attach and clean.
4. Natural Hairline
We use V-looped hair and irregular knots on the front skin gauze to make the front hairline very natural.
5. Natural Top
We also do double split knots on the fine mono to increase the durability of the whole piece. Double
knots are still fine and delicate and bring a realistic effect to the hairpiece.
¡ï Remy hair full cuticle with natural grow direction. Maintain the original luster and texture of the
¡ï Normal Indian hair has been treated with heavy acid and softening treatment, and the hair cuticle are
100% Remy hair grey hair
140% Medium density
No Bleach Knots
Straight Hair or Slight wave 32mm
Standard CC shape
How to Attach the Hair System?
1.Shave the top of head
2.Trim the rest hair
3.Clean the scalp
4.Cut the base to matched size if necessary and apply the hair system
5.Apply liquid adhesive on the front hairline
6.Cut and styled
How long will my new hair system last?
The base material plays an important role in determining the lifespan of a new hair system. Different base materials have different levels of durability. If you want your system to last longer, you may would have to compromise on the natural degree of your system. Honestly, the more natural the system looks, the less durable it is. Here are the lifespan of four basic base materials for reference:
● 1 - 2 months for 0.03mm thin skin hair systems ● 2 - 4 months for 0.05mm thin skin hair systems ● 3 - 5 months for 0.08mm thin skin hair systems ● 4 - 6 months for 0.10mm thin skin hair systems ● 5 - 8 months for 0.15mm thin skin hair systems ● 5 - 7 months for Swiss lace hair systems ● 6 - 9 months for French lace hair systems ● 7 - 12 months for Fine mono hair systems