Northwest Lace (253) 326-LACE
Here are some of our photos and also some customer submitted photos of our pieces:
One Of Our #4 EHH Pieces After A Cut In Customer and forum user "WigLadyDee"
More customer submitted photos of our EHH Women's pieces. This customer and forum user "Aldea" submitted these photos on a wig head for privacy reasons, this is our blonde stock piece (color #27).
Same Piece After Adding Curls
Color #4 EHH In Different Lighting
Hairline of customer Maykell's full cap
Maykell's great scalp look after coloring his piece from blonde to black
Another closeup view of his scalp.
Side view of Maykell's full cap
This is what he started with (before the mail order cut in by Debbie and his own coloring job at home)
Side view with excess lace still attached.
This is one of our thicker density stock pieces (the hair has not been cut yet). Customer and forum user "baldee" has demonstrated how to do extreme bleaching to knots on a lace base. This is the stock piece before.
This is after "baldee" has used his bleaching technique (allowing the bleach to go a bit up the hair shaft). He has posted instructions on the discussion forum, if you are going to attempt this, please try it with a spare piece first.
Injected thin skin piece before being sent out.
This is customer and forum user "Enrique" wearing his Northwest Lace piece. He achieved all 4 great looking styles with his freestyle piece.
These are also photos sent in by Enrique, but this is his ultra thinskin piece (.03mm) with V-Looped ventilation. He had this one cut in shorter.
The photos to the left are from forum user and customer Receded93. He wanted to cut a stock piece down into a custom partial to lower his receding hairline. He did a wonderful job, details of how he did this are posted by him on the forum.
These photos were also sent in by Receded93, this was the entire piece just placed on his head before he cut it down into a partial piece. The band on his forehead is the excess lace that has not been cut off yet.
Some wearers with dark hair prefer to have a blonde front done rather than extreme bleaching because of the toll it takes on the hair and the risks of premature shedding. The first photo is of a color #1 (black hair) piece with a blonde front. The 2nd photo is a #1 piece after the blonde front has been colored black to match.
This is a customer photo of a color #20 stock piece in a higher density with a longer haircut.
This is a customer photo of a medium light all lace piece with a graduated hairline.
The photos below were sent in by customer & forum user JDinTX. This was a post he made about his piece touring the great state of Texas before the cut in and then turning on him and disappearing for a while. It was too funny not to share here as well:
The uncut piece proud to be in front of Texas Rangers Stadium.
Obviously not a fan of Cowboys, but the stadium made a great back drop for the photo.
Taking a trip to 6 Flags over Texas.
Having some drinks & a smoke at a local bar before disappearing on JD days before the cut in.
Thankfully showing back up on his doorstep (hungover) the morning of the cut in.
On JD and all is well. This is an example of a heavier density piece that is between medium light and medium (110%).
The photos above are before/after shots of a brand new wearer. This is a light density piece with no graduation. He will be wearing on the weekends only at first to see if wearing full time will be right for him. For now, he'll just wear to his band's shows. I think he did a great job of shaving years off of his appearance.
Here are 3 photos of customer Mcat's color 1B piece after cutting it in himself.
A couple photos of customer and forum user Maykell with two different pieces - both are medium light but one is cut shorter & has more graduation at the hairline.
Before and after photos of customer and forum user "Enrique" wearing his medium light density piece with a graduated hairline.
Customer and forum user Tom's before photo
Tom's after photo with his new full cap. He has just cut it in and as you can see it is not attached down, it also still has the excess lace attached. This still gives a great idea of what his transition looks like.
These are photos sent in by customer and forum user "Will". He had recently decided to wait to switch to a piece and just went and had his side and back hair shaved really short. Then he saw photos of what another customer was able to achieve and decided to give it a try after all. His overall facial features changed dramatically and he was still able to get the piece to blend well into his super short hair on the sides.
These are before/after photos of what customer and forum user "SpikeyMike01" was able to accomplish with a stock piece. He bought a color #22R and did the color and cut in on his own. He documents how he did this on the forum for those that want some tips and/or advice.
This is a photo of a customer that cut a skin/lace combo piece in himself using a Robocut. This is a medium light density with slight graduation.
This is what he started with. Amazing how different a piece looks right out of the package as opposed to after a cut in.
This is a before photo of a female customer without a piece on.
This is her transformation after she purchased one of the heavier density stock pieces in color #18.
These before and after photos were sent in by customer and forum user "lovehair".
Jeff wearing his new stock piece
Jeff after adding some lighter colored highlights.
Wet look and dry style photos from Receded of his newest piece in color #7ASH & medium light density w/ a graduated hairline.
Before/After photos of "Teddy" - The first photo is right before his transition when he was using concealers.
This is one of the all swiss lace stock pieces that Steven cut in himself.
This is RH after his cut in on his color 1B piece in medium light density.
This is a customer after his very first cut in, he switched from concealers to a piece. This is color #1 jet black in medium light.
This is a color #5 piece in medium light density worn by a customer new to wearing. His wife cut this piece in with no cut in experience.
My after photo (90% density, forward from the crown ventilation).
Jessie's before and after photos of the great result he achieved on his first attempt at wearing a piece.
Here is a before/after of new wearer, Ryan. He cut this stock piece down and cut it in himself with just a Jilbere razor comb!
Nina's after photo. She shaved the remainder of her really thin hair on top, the entire top is her new piece.
Another after shot of Nina showing the back of her 18" long new piece.
Here are 3 different photos of "Hairenough's" new injected thin skin piece styled differently (dry and with the wet look).