(Closed) Lace front brides?

posted 5 years ago in African-American
Post # 3
405 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

Welcome! I was a lurker for about a year and a half and just started posting on WB myself. It is the best and i actually prefer it than Facebook lol. Yes us Black women get married too, its so many boards here and I love the interaction and can relate to almost everyone with different aspects of my life.


With that being said, I would go to a stylist to help you pick a nice quality brand of hair/lace front which might be pricey but you want it to look right. I would do two trials with it after I buy it. 1- have the stylist apply if for you and teach you how to do it. Go home and practice and the 2nd trial do it by yourself in the stylist’s presence. That way they would be able to tell you what you may need to fix or if its good. Take pics when shopping for one and during the trials. You can also look for a stylist who can make you a lace front or wig just for you.

Congrats on your wedding and good luck on your search.

Post # 6
543 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

I loooooove lfs! I wore a sew in to my big day, but my day to day look is lfs. Where r u thinking of getting it from? What’s your hair budget? 

Post # 8
806 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

they have alot of nice human hair ones on ebay. i always look online to find a wig i like and then i double check reviews on youtube before making a choice. i see how it looks on them and how they styled it to give a better idea.

Post # 10
48 posts
  • Wedding: August 2013

I’m in the same boat… looking at different sites… I watch alot of reviews on YouTube. Right now, my front runner is RPGShow or California Lace… I want glueless because I can’t see myself putting that stuff on my forehead/hairline…also because I’m getting my “honeymoon weave” installed 2 days later…so, I need easy transition… let me know what you figure out! I have 2 months before my trial…so, my nerves are kicking in

Post # 11
497 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2013

I wouldn’t do a lacefront because there’s just too much room for error. They can photograph horribly. I would do a sew in and get it styled out there. There are lots of black salons/stylists in Paris.

Post # 12
12 posts
  • Wedding: September 2017

As a weave wearer I can honestly say that I HATE LACEFRONTS. Or maybe i just havent seen any really good ones. Is this the only option that you think you have? Why don’t you try a sew in with a natural hairline so that you can look more natural in your pics? But, it is YOUR day as a beautiful bride and go with what makes you feel gorgeous!! Good luck! 

Post # 13
1063 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: February 2014 - Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts

@Jerzy6546:  I agree with you about lace fronts.  Since my natural hair is an ok length I only get extensions sewn into the back of my head.  This way looks more natural to me.  I have seen alot of women where I am from that have a full sew-in and I know immediately its weave.  I confuse my co-workers everytime I get extensions sewn in because my hair stylist blends it so well.  I will be having extentions placed the same way for my wedding.  My only trouble is finding hair that won’t tangle after two weeks.  Even the supposedly expensive packs of hair eventually tangles.  So frustrating.

Post # 14
110 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

No thanks, I’ll pass on the lacefront! But hey to each it’s own!

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