The Differences between French Lace and Swiss Lace

For now, there are numerous different kinds of lace material to make the base of the wig. The most popular is French and Swiss laces. We are here to see the differences between the two.

Starting with the French Lace, this lace is thicker than the Swiss lace and therefore a little more durable. It’s best choice is among the new lace wig wearers. The French lace lasts much longer than the Swiss lace and is virtually tear resistant during the application process, which is important when using strong glues and bonds.

The Swiss lace is slightly thinner and a little less detectable, however it is not as durable as the French lace and rips occur more often in comparison. If the lace does rip or tear then this will make your lace wig system unusable. The Swiss lace is the most undetectable of the laces, but also the most fragile. The Swiss Lace is thin, delicate and natural looking. The Swiss lace cap choice is best for experienced lace wig users that don’t care about the longevity of the wig and not recommended for first time users.

Overall, both French and Swiss lace look extremely natural as the lace seems to disappear into your scalp when applied with our special surgical bonds and lace tape. Your lace wigs will come with extra lace extending from the hairline, which you can trim off to custom fit your hairline. Then bond can then be attached with your choice of adhesive. You can make your choice according to the different kinds of needs. We here believe that both are good in order to make the lace wig base.