What’s the difference between French lace and Swiss lace?
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French lace and Swiss lace are common hair replacement system base materials. Both are very natural and breathable.

Swiss lace is finer than French lace, but less durable than French lace. French lace systems can last for about 3-4 months. Swiss lace systems can last for about 1-2 months. Swiss lace can hold a maximum medium light density. French lace can hold maximum medium heavy density. Most of our customers will use French lace in their systems. Some customers want invisible knots on the hairline. We can bleach knots on the lace front to get this effect. If you really want Swiss lace, you can choose a French lace base with a Swiss lace front.

Just remember that because Swiss lace is much more fragile, you need to treat it carefully.

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