Human hair closures have always been popular and fashionable in the US. Especially African-American women are fond of these hairpieces and are at the forefront of cultural trends. With technological advancement, wig manufacturers became more efficient and they have eliminated all the obstacles and limitations of decade-old technology for extensions.
So, you may be wondering how much the latest trendy hair extensions cost. Well, it depends on some important factors. In this blog, we are going to break down what affects the cost of human hair extensions first and then we’ll give you the real prices of some trendy human hair closures.
Which Factors Affect the Pricing of Human Hair Closure?
Almost all the hair closures now are made of virgin, remy, or non-remy human hair strands and the price of the extension mostly depends on the material type and quality. However, there are some other factors like—
- Closure length and lace size
- Ease of use
- Style and look
- Hair texture
- Maintenance and cleaning difficulty
- Hair construction process
- Hair material quality
What is the Hair Grading System?
Premium hair closures differ from economic ones in cost. So, how do we classify human hair to make closures? The grading system is a way by which the closure manufacturers categorize virgin hair, remy hair, and non-remy hair before making human hair closures. Also, there are some closures made of synthetic fibers, but people mostly use natural human hair closures in their daily lives.
Hair extensions (closures and frontals) usually come in four categories:
- 100% Virgin Hair — All cuticles intact. No use of chemicals, dyeing and/or bleaching even before collecting the hair. Most premium and expensive
- Remy Hair — Cuticles are intact. Costs more than non-remy hair
- Non-Remy Hair — All cuticles not intact and costs less than other human hair products
- Synthetic Hair — Made of synthetic fibers instead of natural human hair. The least expensive hair products
How Much Do Trending Human Hair Closures Cost in the US?
As we already discussed earlier, the prices of human hair closures vary a lot depending on the hair fibers and other influential factors. However, these are the trending human hair closures in the US and we’ve tried to depict each one with relevant information and prices.
The A’Lelia is made of 100% real virgin hair and constructed on an HD lace for a seamless look. It is tapered at the end for a perfect blend with your own hair. Wispy baby hair at the front gives the closure a complete look. The most attractive feature of this hair closure is— you can have the closure of any length starting from 8” to 22”.
Price: $23.17 – $65.39 depending on closure length.
A’Lelia 13×5 is another remy straight human hair front closure or frontal that comes in length 8-22 inch and it is also tapered at the end for a perfect blend. This natural or black virgin human hair lace front closure is hand-sewn onto a 13×5 lace. This frontal features—
- 7A Grade Unprocessed Bundle with Baby Hairs
- 100% Virgin Human Hair
- Luxurious HD Lace Closure
- Suitable for bleach, perm, and dye; tangle-free
Price: $60.97 – $148.94 depending on hair length
Kes Wigs 5×5 Invisible HD Lace Closure
Kes wigs offer a wide range of products to the customers and this one comes at a length from 12-40 inches. This hair extension is made of 100% virgin human hair and the natural pre-plucked hairline with baby hair will give you a perfect look.
Price: $197.90 – $1,149.90
Rico 4×4 Bundle
Rico 4×4 Bundle closure is a straight virgin hair closure offered in multiple lengths. It is hand-sewn onto a 4×4 HD lace and allows freedom to part however you want. The 100% virgin human hair strands are able to withstand heat styling and baby hair at the front gives an elegant look.
Price: $66.50 – $120.95 based on length
Brooklyn 4×4 Lace Closure
Brooklyn 4×4 Lace Closure is a premium 100% natural human hair lace closure and costs a bit more than other similar products. The closure is sewn on two types of laces— Reg. Lace and Swiss HD Lace.