Beat the Heat with LaVivid's Summer-Appropriate French Lace System
Yes, guys, today we're going to be talking about why a French lace La Vivid Hair system may well be worth your attention. So, this is a brand new French lace living hair system. It's not even attached to my head because I'm going to be showing you what the base looks like, the benefits of having this system. You might notice it's a little bit fluffy looking at the moment. That's because it's new. This is completely normal. What I do recommend in these circumstances is to wear a durag for at least a couple of nights in bed, and it'll really flatten out that fluffiness, and it will look a lot more normal. So, let's take this off. No glue today. You might notice as well, I've got a white mark there. That's basically where I mark out where the front hairline goes. I always recommend this, guys. It's super helpful. It gives you a really useful reference point. I usually use three or four fingers.
So, let's talk about the system itself. This is what the base looks like of a French lace. Lavivid's French lace is called Thor. So, they name their hair systems. after Greek gods, ancient Greek gods and that kind of thing. Me being a history buff, I really love that kind of stuff. I guess if you did Classics at school, you might have come across these kind of names.
Yes, so the first thing that I always really, really like about a lace system is it's very, very summer appropriate . The timing of this video, it is late August. It's still pretty hot outside. And with a lace, it's completely breathable, unlike a poly. Okay, so you've probably noticed if you are a hair system wearer that when you have a lace fitted after wearing a poly for a while, you're like, "Wow, it feels like my scalp can breathe again." And it's so true because it has basically that accessibility to air. So when it's hot and you're sweating, you don't really feel it as much as when you're wearing a poly. And the sweat can actually escape, which is really great if you live in a hot country, if you go to a gym a lot, or a sauna a lot. I do like a good sauna, so yes, I have experienced sweating via the sauna, and wearing a lace is much, much easier.
So, let's talk about the specifics of the system itself. This is a 105 density. That's a good density, I think. If you're between the ages of sort of 20 to even 45, this sort of density 105 is actually really, really good because it's not too thick. It's not like 130, which is up there with the thickest, but it's also not too light that it gives the appearance that your hair is shedding or thinning. It's just about right, and it will last you about 4-6 months If you take care of it, remember, taking care of it, guys, is such an important aspect of hair system wear. If you take care of it, you can expect to get four to six months out of this system, the Thor French lace and the LaVivid Hair system, which is pretty good going for an investment of, you know, 300, 350, 400. That's not bad at all. Just need to make sure you take care of it. Even if you don't take that great care of it, you should be expecting to get at least three months out of this particular French lace system.
You'll also notice at the front that, and this has already been cut, it's cut by my stylist, uh, last week. So, you can see that the base has been cut by her, and obviously the hair on top has been cut. But at the front, and these are so important if you want a realistic look, if you like having your hair up, which is me sometimes, but I know a lot of guys like this. The first inch is bleached, so it gives the appearance that the hair is actually coming out of your scalp, which is great if you want to have your hair up. And in summer, I don't know about you guys, but for me in summer, I'm just kind of like, "Yeah, I like having my hair up more. I don't know why, I just do." I just do. And lastly, and so importantly, is the quality of the hair. So, this is Indian Remy hair. You'll know it's Remy because it's soft. So you feel it and you're like, "Wow, that is actually really soft. That is Remy hair." So, it's Indian Remy hair. It also lasts longer because the quality of the hair is much, much better, and it counts for a lot if you want to get longer out of a hair system. You want good quality hair that's not going to dry out within two weeks to a month. So, super important to remember that this is good quality Remy hair, and as such, a good investment.
So, guys, I hope you found this article insightful and helpful. Maybe you're now considering getting the Thor French lace from Lavivid. It's a good system. I'm looking forward to getting a good four to six months out of this one. It's good quality. So do check that out if you've got your lace and you're looking for advice or a tutorial on the next step. So, I'll speak to you very soon, guys. Take care for now.
LaVividHair is seeking for blog contributors who know and love hair. If you know alternative hair or hair related accessories, if you have great understanding of hair trends and fashion, if you are expert in hair care, if you have any experience with salons or celebrities, if you would like to share your experience to help people just like you make the right choice, now contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to be a blog contributor. Let’s discuss the details then.