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    Hey guys, I'm about to head out to college in Orlando. I think I've found someone who can both attach and style. Now, I'm looking for the kind of system I want. I've decided I'm choosing between North West and Top Lace.

    It seems a Swiss lace will be my best bet. I'm looking for a system that is both durable, and not noticeable if someone were to run their fingers through my hair or at the least, is hard to detect by touch. I've already decided too that I won't have an exposed hairline hairstyle. Now, regarding Swiss lace systems, would Top Lace's Super Fine Swiss system be a good choice? I like the idea behind it's fine, a Swiss system which is durable, and it sounds like it would be a solid choice for someone who wants the benefits of a UTS's undetectability by touch. I haven't found much info on that specific system other than the YouTube channel MyHairExpereince, but it seems like a good choice from what I have been able to see and read.

    I'm also open to suggestions. A little NSFW, but I plan to be sexually active while at school, so hair touching and light pulling is a bit of a big deal for us. I feel like I can avoid the hair pulling, but asking someone to stop running their fingers through your hair at the moment would be kind of weird in my opinion.

    Again, I'm open to suggestions on any system from North West and Top Lace. I'm just trying to find a system that will let me enjoy college and look good doing it without worrying about my hair looking bad.

    Thanks!

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    Best combo for girls/dates/sex is all Swiss lace custom unit with a full scalp bond. That's what I do. Clean-up is a bit time consuming, but it's just like having your natural hair back. Non-exposed hairline is a good choice. I have used Toplace and NWLace and they're both good - not much to choose between them.

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    Agree with Candide regarding NWL and Toplace. Very comparable. For approx $200 you can get a lace piece that equals or exceeds the quality of any lace HP offered elsewhere (at much higher prices). I bought my first two pieces from John (TL) in 2007. Great quality and service. At that time NWL did not exist.

    As for attachment......a full bond works. I have never done a full bond. I prefer a combo of tape and liquid adhesive. When you first start wearing keep it simple! Do not do a full bond. I also recommend that in the beginning a new wearer should consider being a "daily wearer." Daily removal and attachment quickly teaches one how to do both. When I started wearing, within a 7 to 10 day period I could do the detach/attach quickly and with a minimum of errors. I then moved on to longer wear times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gumby39 View Post
    Hey guys, I'm about to head out to college in Orlando. I think I've found someone who can both attach and style. Now, I'm looking for the kind of system I want. I've decided I'm choosing between North West and Top Lace.

    It seems a Swiss lace will be my best bet. I'm looking for a system that is both durable, and not noticeable if someone were to run their fingers through my hair or at the least, is hard to detect by touch. I've already decided too that I won't have an exposed hairline hairstyle. Now, regarding Swiss lace systems, would Top Lace's Super Fine Swiss system be a good choice? I like the idea behind it's fine, a Swiss system which is durable, and it sounds like hair salon it would be a solid choice for someone who wants the benefits of a UTS's undetectability by touch. I haven't found much info on that specific system other than the YouTube channel MyHairExpereince, but it seems like a good choice from what I have been able to see and read.

    I'm also open to suggestions. A little NSFW, but I plan to be sexually active while at school, so hair touching and light pulling is a bit of a big deal for us. I feel like I can avoid the hair pulling, but asking someone to stop running their fingers through your hair at the moment would be kind of weird in my opinion.

    Again, I'm open to suggestions on any system from North West and Top Lace. I'm just trying to find a system that will let me enjoy college and look good doing it without worrying about my hair looking bad.

    Thanks!
    LOL ya stopping mid way to say "hey... can you not pull my hair" will make you sound terrible lol

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    I remember there was exactly the same problem with hair loss as a student. as a student, I was asked an inordinate amount of work, which naturally often did not have enough time and energy. as I was stressed, I was losing my hair. do you know what saved me? i heard about cheap assignment writing service uk and started using their services. quality essay writing service. my stress level dropped because I had time to rest. after all, I could not overexert myself with my studies, but order a couple of works on the site. The guys did everything efficiently and quickly, I am grateful to them

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    I`ve never heard of this company

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