Is stretch lace necessary for glueless full lace wigs? Because as far as i can tell stretch lace is known for shedding, yet every glueless cap I see (both on here and CV sites) is at least partially stretch lace. what's up with that? is it just that the benefit of a more secure wig outweighs the loss of hair?
Secondly, as i understand it, the options for amount of stretch lace are: full, back, crown, or ear to ear. So if stretch lace is necessary, you'd want to use the minimum amount of stretch lace that would still be a snug fit right? i.e ear to ear? On the other hand i've read that mixing stretch and regular lace results in the strech lace area awkwardly sparse in comparison to the regular lace region? If so, would it be best to go with full stretch lace cap?
I swear I tried my best to do my research! the only problem is i think I did too much, I'm real cloudy on understanding what the consensus was
please don't yell at me, I'm scurred lol