A better definition of Natural Hair weave

What is Remy Hair?
Human hair collected directly from a hair donor is Remy Hair. It is sometimes referred to as Virgin, Cuticle Hair and Cut Hair. The majority of virgin human hair sold in the industry is non-cuticle hair. The hair cuticle has been stripped by using an acid-bath. With Remy hair we do not do this so the hair cuticle is intact, therefore the hair is stronger and has the potential to last MUCH longer if properly maintained.

What is Non-Remy Hair?
Non-Remy Double Drawn Hair usually has the roots and ends mixed up. However each bundle of hair will have all the same lengths, hence “Double drawn”. Non-Remy Double Drawn Human Hair is hackled and trimmed on both sides. And it will have uniform sizes.

What do the terms "bulk" and "wefted" mean?
Bulk hair is loose hair that is used for braiding and many other hair extension styles. We deliver it tied in a bundle ready for use. Weft hair extensions is hair used for weaving. It is sewn or bonded (with hair glue) into a track ready for the weaving process.

What is the difference between Machine Weft and hand tied Weft?
Hand tied wefts are made by tying strands of hair around a strong weaving thread; this process is done by hand. Our hand tied wefts are much thinner than machine wefts because of the precision involved, and lay flat on the scalp. Machine wefts are made by sewing strands of hair together with a hair sewing machine.

What Are Hand Tied Wefts?

Hand tied wefts are done by hand and are much thinner then machine wefts. They will lay flat against your scalp to give you a more natural look and significantly reduce hair bumps caused by bulky wefts. Hand tied wefts come in one long track and the length of the track depends on the length of the hair. All of our wefts are reinforced to prevent shedding.More news about the cheap human hair extensions,where to buy the best hair extensions, how to care for hair extensions and advise about hair extension? please view our website and contact with Justin page,(instagram) Check back next week for a new skills post, and join us on instagram at anytime. And you can interact live.