Lace frontal closure (sometimes called lace frontal) is a type of hairpiece that can be used to recreate the entire hairline from one ear to the other. Typically, they are about 13 or 14 inches long and 4 to 6 inches wide. It’s a common misconception that closures and frontals are the same things, but that isn’t the case. The reason for the confusion is that frontals are often considered a type of closure because they act as a closure for the hairline (hence the name “frontal closure”). However, it’s inaccurate to say that all closures are frontals because they aren’t. That may sound confusing if you’re new to the world of closures and frontals, but once you delve deeper into the topic, the difference between lace closures and lace frontal closures becomes obvious pretty quick.