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The best ways to Hair Fixing that you must know

The ways of fixing the base with the scalp are varied, either with special glues or through clips or combs. It is the hair prosthesis that has a base made of polyurethane, a special polymer used in many areas. Polyurethane bases are made entirely or combined with other materials to improve results. Polyurethane is a kind of plastic that comes in different forms. It can be manipulated to be rigid or flexible and has had many applications in the industry.

This material has many advantages due to its versatility and specific characteristics such as its great adhesion capacity. With polyurethane, hair pieces can be made with very thin bases known as micro-skin hair prostheses, sometimes they come with small perforations to achieve some ventilation to the scalp.

Silk Lace is a material used for the base of hair prostheses, which is shaped like a thick mesh. Through the mesh the hair is thinned out, either hair by hair or wide open. It has a double layer, the upper one is a thin gauze and the lower one is the thick mesh.

While hair fixing, the knots of the hair are hidden under the thin layer of gauze and provides naturalness to the prosthesis. It is widely used for the top of the head in conjunction with other materials. With this type of base you can draw the line in the middle of the hair without it looking artificial. It is accompanied by other materials, such as polyurethane or silicone on the edges.

The silicone is another inorganic polymer is widely used in hair fixing for the bases of the prosthesis. It is also very versatile and allows you to create very thin bases, with a transparent appearance and high adhesion. Silicone can be compared to polyurethane, having similar characteristics.

Lace is a mesh-shaped fabric made of cotton or synthetic material. It is widely used for making the base of the prosthesis. You can find it in a great diversity of tones that match the skin. It is ideal for use on the edges because it allows to tie fine strands of hair forming the popular "baby hair", used to imitate the entries and springs of the original hair. There are two types of hair fixing lace: Swiss, which is delicate and soft; and French, which is a little more resistant and durable.

There are other models of hair fixing that vary according to the way they are made, the clamping mechanism or the area that covers the head. Check out some of these models below.