A lace front wig is a wig with lace along the hairline for a more natural appearance against the skin. The lace usually extends to the part as well. Lace usually goes from ear to ear and can be slightly extended in some types of wigs, allowing the wig to be worn behind the ears.
A full lace wig is constructed with lace through the entire cap, which means it has the most style versatility. Because there is lace around the entire wig, you are free to do pretty much any hairstyle you can think of including ponytails, pig tails, braids, and more. Full lace wigs need to be installed a bit differently and would ideally be glued all the way around the head.
A 360 lace wig is a wig with lace around the entire perimeter of the head, but does not have lace on the top or crown of the head. This type of lace is also pretty versatile in terms of styling, as you can put the hair into ponytails and buns.
A 13” x 5” lace front or lace region essentially means that the wig is free-parting. There is a section of lace that goes 13 inches across the head from ear to ear and 5 inches lengthwise to the back of the head. The wig can be styled in a variety of ways with different parting, small braids at the crown of the head and a half-up ponytail. Variations of this size include 13” x 4”, 12” x 3”, 12” x 4”, ETC.