Human Hair Weaves/BUNDLES
Having volume in hair is possible but maintaining it is really tough. This is where our ThickLengths craftsmanship comes in handy with a very careful process to ensure your volume of happiness. One method of applying hair extensions that is woven into your natural hair is hair weaving. To begin the SEW-IN process, one's natural hair must be braided in concentric circles around the head. The WEFTS are then sewn to the braids after the natural braids have been sewed in place. By sewing the ends of the hair strands at the root together using fully functioning sewing machines, the bulk of the hair is stitched together in the wefting process. The majority of people who use hair extensions apply them using machine weft.Additionally, clip-in pieces can be made with machine wefts.
Track pieces can be taped or pasted to your own hair with a special adhesive (close to the scalp). This technique is a well-liked temporary application kind to add volume or vivid color streaks to your natural hair.
The length of the hair, the weight of the bundle, and the texture of the hair all affect the track width in each bundle. Depending on the needs of the client, machine wefts can be produced either thicker (double or triple fold) or thinner (single track). Machine wefts can be produced on the track area with or without glue.
All hair sheds, but tracks made with a thin layer of glue actually reduce shedding to some extent. Tracks should not be left in your natural hair for more than four to six weeks to avoid damage. All this above elaborated process is done by our capable team to provide you with bundles of happiness.
Products that have been sewed or “wefted” to generate the bundle of extensions are referred to as machine wefted or human hair weaves. A triple-head sewing machine is used to create a stronger stitch close to the top (root) of the individual strands of loose or “bulk” hair.
Compared to machine-tied wefts, hand-tied wefts are thinner and more flexible. Because the weft is flatter, virgin hair extensions can lay closer to the head for a more natural appearance. The adaptability of hand-tied wefts keeps the weft from standing out from the undergrowth as the hair beneath develops.
What distinguishes hand-tied hair from machine-wefted hair?
Machine-tied hair wefts are thicker than hand-tied wefts and appear to be simpler to weave than hand-tied ones. The hand-tied weft is more flexible and less noticeable because it is micro-thin. By manually attaching hair strands around a sturdy weaving thread, hand-tied wefts are created. Due to the perfection required, our hand-tied wefts are much thinner than machine wefts and lie flat on the scalp. Lumps or knots are prevented in the process.
Machine wefts are the most widely utilized type because they are simpler to use. It is possible for machine-wefted Indian virgin hair to be silky and slightly flexible. Additionally, machine-wefted hair will remain intact for a very long time. Since the stylist may simply begin at one end, sew the weft in, and then cut it at the end of the track, these wefts are simpler to install. When bonding the hair to the scalp or utilizing clip-on wefts, machine wefts also perform effectively.