A free part closure can be split at any point along the length of the closure. Unless you choose to manipulate the closure by pulling hair out, the three-part closure can only be split where the three sections are. It's just the way the hair is attached to the lace. There is no way to split it anywhere else.
Lace closures are available in different sizes and styles. The most common types are called "ball" or "buckle." A ball lace closure has a large ball at one end which fits through the hole in the back of the headband. When you pull on the headband, the ball slides down the shaft of your hair to cover the top of your head. A buckle closure has two parts: a small buckle for going behind your ear and a larger one that goes over your head. When you pull on the headband, the buckle moves up your hair until it reaches the top where it snaps into place.
There are several things to consider when choosing a size closure: how long your hair is, the style you want to wear with it, and your budget. If you have short hair, a small ball closure will fit perfectly even though many women with short hair think they need something bigger on the back. With longer hair, a small buckle closure will look too small once it gets snagged on something.
How Do I Put In A Free Part Closure?
Lace frontal closures are useful for securing hair weaves and extensions. A complete head of hair weave may be installed with 3-4 virgin hair bundles. Our closures are ideal for balding and thinning hair at the crown, or they may simply be worn as a protective style to avoid letting any hair out. Lace closures are easy to put on and take off, and since they're made of fine wire they won't hurt your scalp when removed.
The choice of closure depends on how much hair you have, whether it's natural or not, and what kind of look you want to achieve. If you have lots of hair then a bow will definitely make your weaves stand out from the crowd. If your hair is thinning however, such as over the top of your head, then a lace closure is recommended so that you don't lose too much hair.
Weave clippings should always be disposed of in a safe manner. Some people choose to burn their hair wefts, but this isn't recommended because burning our hair causes serious damage which will become evident later in life if you decide to go completely bald. Instead, dispose of your weft clips properly by taking them to a local hairdresser for recycling. They will appreciate the offer and help preserve the environment too!