human hair lace wigs density | how to measure wig density

September 7, 2015 in african american human hair full lace wigs

Human hair lace wigs density is basically telling you how thick a wig or unit is.

It measures the numbers of hair per square inch. How full the wig is.

human hair lace wigs density

Personally, I’ve never been able to tell human hair lace wigs density just from looking at it and feeling it.

There were a few ways to get a general idea of it.

One involved counting individual strands in a 1 square inch area,

but since the average person apparently has approximately 2,200 strands per square inch

that didn’t seem like a great idea to me.

The second way was to judge how much of your scalp you see,

If you see parts of your scalp while hair is laying flat, you likely have low density hair.

If you only see parts of your scalp with a little movement, you likely have medium density hair.

it’s difficult or impossible to see parts of your scalp, you likely have high density hair.

This is usually the method I go with to determine if a wig has high density –

how much of the wig cap I can see with the hair just laying flat and not moving at all.

human hair lace wigs density

medium density hair

wig hair density chart

human hair lace wigs density

wig hair density chart

You can look up wig density charts that show photos of what the hair looks like on the lace for different densities,you can reference.

but it’s worth noting that, if the human hair wig is really full at the top near the lace,

as it goes down, it thins out and isn’t as full, and the ends are really thinned out.

then, how can we judge the human hair lace wigs density?

I hope this has been of help to you.