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Our Ares French Lace Hair System and Thor All French Lace Hair System bases are similar. But how do you decide which one you want?
Ares has French lace in the front and large 2" skin in the back, with 1/4" skin sides for simple perimeter cutting and bonding. The skin structure around the cap base helps you to apply and remove it easily. The stitching lines in the lace area and the skin structure makes this hairpiece durable.
Thor has a base made entirely of French lace, with reinforced stitching lines to create a well-fitting shape. The French lace is soft and breathable with a natural front hairline. The hair is 100% Indian Remy human quality hair. The hair is hand-tied to the lace which offers natural hair movement. Single knots are on the front 1/2'' of the hairpiece with double knots elsewhere and the knots are bleached for the most realistic look. The French lace can be customized to any size to fit your needs. Thor’s base is very breathable, so perfect for exercise.
So, what is the same about these hair systems?
One key similarity here is that both hair systems have a natural hairline because they have the French lace in the front contour area, with single bleached knots.
What are their differences?
As the skin base is in the back, the base keeps its shape well and is easy to apply and remove from the head. If you are a very active person and spend most of your time sweating, then Thor will be the best choice because of its all Lace Base.
When it comes to hair density, Thor has a comparatively higher density of 105% while Ares has 95% density. So if you prefer a thicker hair, then Thor will be better for you. If this is the first time you wear a hair system, we recommend you choose a light density first because thick hair will be a huge change for you and you will find it is not easy to suddenly have that amount of hair.
Here is how they look in person. Left is Thor and the right is Ares.
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