How to Choose the Best Men’s Stock Hair System

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If you’re looking for a quality men’s stock hair system, you’ve come to the right place. Stock hair systems made with real human hair will provide you with the look you want. There’s a guide to sending in samples here. Listed below are some of the most popular types of stock hair systems and the best ways to choose the right one for your needs. Read on to learn more about your options.

Skin with fine welded mono front

Men’s stock hair systems that feature a skin with a fine welded mono front are an affordable option for most men. The front is crafted from a thin, permeable material that resembles skin, but is thicker and has larger holes, increasing breathability. The skin may be shinier when illuminated, but otherwise looks completely natural. Men’s stock hair systems featuring this type of skin will have a longer shelf life than lace systems, but look almost the same.

The fine welded mono front of a men’s stock hair system makes this hairpiece extremely durable. Its PU-coated base will resist fading, and you can even use it with a heating tool to enhance the style. Just remember to avoid exposure to heating tools as much as possible. Use heat protectant spray before styling to avoid damage. Also, check out the different base sizes, as they can fit different head sizes.

Polyurethane base

The base of a men’s stock hair system can either be made of polyurethane or thin skin. Toupeec has provided answers to frequently asked questions about polyurethane, and its benefits and disadvantages. Polyurethane is a synthetic material that is applied to a base and then dried using special equipment. It is then covered with a monofilament or lace. When worn, the lace shows through the PU.

The main advantage of a polyurethane base is its durability. Its smoothness makes it easier to adhere to the scalp and it is also more durable than silicone. Polyurethane bases can last for years, so you should invest in one that provides enough support for the hair system to be comfortable and long-lasting. Polyurethane bases are not breathable, so they can get hot and can even crack. In addition, they cannot be dyed, and you can’t attach them with hair glue or hair tape.

Lace base

While many hair systems are made from lace, not all of them are. A hybrid design uses both lace and skin, and the system has both. Typically, a lace front and top are used, with skin on the perimeter. This type of design is highly repairable, and if needed, the lace front can be replaced and new hair can be added. Another feature of this style is that the lace front is scalloped, allowing for additional ventilation holes.

A lace hair system is also less noticeable than other systems. This type of system is often referred to as a toupee. The largest base size is eight inches by ten inches. The base material for a top-of-head system is poly skin, and the largest base size is eight inches by ten inches. This type of system is also very lightweight and comfortable. Lace bases are more fragile than other hair systems, which means that they will need to be replaced more often, approximately every three to four months.

Human hair

If you’re looking for a natural-looking men’s stock hair system, you may want to consider the Human Hair Stock Hair System. The hair is pre-cut and ready to wear right out of the box. These men’s toupees are made of real human hair, and they can be easily applied to any area of the head. However, they’re not exactly custom-made and have a few differences from other stocks.

Price

In the UK, the largest supplier of men’s stock hair systems is Hairpiecesdirect. They offer high-quality stock hair systems with the widest selection of base designs and colour variations at affordable prices. In the recent covid 19 epidemic, the Supply of hair replacement systems has been disrupted. Many manufacturers have been delayed, and stock hair systems have become short-supplied. To avoid these problems, Menshair2go has partnered with Hairpiecesdirect to offer affordable men’s stock hair systems.

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