*Below are definitions for terms commonly used in the Men's product descriptions:
Daily Wear: To take on and off daily by the use of tape or clips.
Extended Wear: One of the most popular methods of wearing hair today with the use of medical grade adhesives, or a sewn on method.
Attachment Options: Medical bonding, Clips, Tape, Fusion, Bonding Rings, or by using Snaps.
Polyurethane: This is used as a border to create a better form. Polyurethane can come in three different thickness': light, medium or heavy.
PU See Thru: This is the clearest version of P.U. you can use. Unfortunately, it also is the weakest in terms of hair loss, since the hair has no mesh to knot to. This is typically used in the front section.
Glass Silk: This is the same as P.U. See Thru, except is has silk embedded into it so the hair has something to tie into. This also appears daily see thru and will hold up as far as hair loss is concerned.
Coated Polyurethane: This is the least see thru of all the polyurethane's. It also is the most durable and the thickest to the feel.
M- Mesh: Monofilament means that each hair or fiber is hand tied into an ultra fine sheer mesh base. When looking down into a monofilament top, the hair appears to be growing out of the scalp. Monofilament is the best base available. Monofilament wigs or hairpieces can be styled in any direction you desire, providing the styling versatility of real hair ... the ultimate way to look and feel your best every day!
T- Mesh: A single layer of soft hexagon polyester.
Scallops: Used on polyurethane, an irregular front hairline created by one of 5 standard scallops.
Forward for Pomp: This gives the maximum lift to finished styles. Hair is vented with a center-open crown and directed forward.
Freestyle: A/K/A "part anywhere", gives the same appearance as center crown forward for pomp.
Welded P-Mesh: Can be 1/8" or 1/4" in the front to create a soft edge.
DTU Folded Lace: Is a soft 1/8" polyester mesh folded on the front edge.
T- Adhesive: A product designed for enhancing durability of the tape in front or holding the lace material down without tape.