Crius Men’s Half Wig French Lace in Center with Polyskin All Around


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Crius is categorized into lace hair systems because the major base of Crius is lace and it has PU in the perimeter. Crius has French lace in the center and 1 inch of skin PU around the perimeter. The french lace provides you with a breathable and soft feel, while the thin skin reinforces the shape of the piece and makes it easier to apply and remove the tape or glue. In the perimeter skin area, the hair is v-looped, which creates a supernatural hairline.

Crius is a really good choice if you are very active and work out very frequently. The major base of Crius is breathable lace, so it is totally breathable. The thin skin in the perimeter makes it super easy to apply tapes and remove tapes.

FAQs for Crius:

  1.     Q: Can I cut the base if it is too large for me?

A: Yes, you can but not too much. The Poly in the perimeter of the base is around 1’’ width. If you cut it off too much, the base structure will be damaged and it won’t leave you enough room for the tapes. This style has two sizes available and they are 6.3’’x9.4’’ and 8’’x10’’. So remember to choose a closer size based on your need.

  1.     Q: Can I wear my hair back with Crius?

A: Yes, you can. However, we do recommend you choose a male lace front or a thinner skin base if you want a slicked-back hairstyle. Male lace front and thin skin bases (Eros or Mirage) offer a much more natural front hairline. The perimeter poly of Crius is about 0.08mm thick and it might be considered a little thick for a front hairline. If you’d like to wear a fringe or comb your hair forward, Crius is a good choice.

  1.     Q: Are there any other colors available for this one?

A: Yes, Crius has 27 colors available in stock including black, brown, blonde, and gray hair colors. If you cannot find your choice in the Color drop-down list, please contact [email protected] and our people will check for you.

Listing ID: 3166082383dc17bb

April 23, 2021 3:00 am

7 days, 12 hours