A 13x6 frontal is a type of hairpiece that is used to cover the front part of the head, from ear to ear, and extend down to the nape of the neck. It is made of a piece of lace material that is attached to a cap or base, and it is typically 13 inches wide and 6 inches deep. The lace material is made of a fine, sheer fabric that is virtually undetectable when it is attached to the scalp, giving the appearance of a natural hairline. The hair on a 13x6 frontal is hand-tied or machine-tied to the lace material, and is made of real human hair.
A 13x4 frontal is similar to a 13x6 frontal, but it is slightly smaller in size. It is 13 inches wide and 4 inches deep, and it covers the front part of the head from ear to ear but does not extend as far down the nape of the neck as a 13x6 frontal. Both 13x4 and 13x6 frontals are used to create a full head of hair and can be worn as a protective style, to cover up hair loss or thinning, or to change the appearance of one's natural hair.
The difference between a transparent lace frontal and an HD lace frontal is the type of lace material used. Transparent lace is a type of lace that is virtually undetectable when it is attached to the scalp, as it is made of a fine, sheer fabric that blends in with the wearer's skin tone. HD lace, on the other hand, is made of a high-definition lace material that is slightly thicker and more durable than transparent lace. HD lace is also virtually undetectable when attached to the scalp, but it is more durable and resistant to tearing or fraying than transparent lace.
Both transparent lace and HD lace frontals are popular choices for those who want a natural-looking hairline, but HD lace is often preferred by those who need a more durable lace material for their frontal. It is important to choose a high-quality frontal, regardless of the type of lace used, and to have it fitted properly by a professional stylist to ensure a natural and long-lasting result.