Hair Extension Language
Do you feel confused about the hair extension terms?
1 – What is Virgin Hair?
Virgin hair is not processed in any way- it is 100% natural, so there is no damage to the cuticles. The cuticles protect the hair so it is important that they are intact. Our hair is hand selected to be soft and beautiful. A lot of care is taken so that all the cuticle remains in the same direction to prevent tangling. All of our virgin hair is Remy. The end result in soft beautiful long lasting hair with Lots of body. You will be 100% satisfied with our hair!
2 – What is Remy cuticle hair?
Real Remy cuticle hair is the highest-grade human hair available and comes from one individual. The hair is sectioned and allowed to fall into its natural growing pattern. The hair is then cut And carefully sewn to maintain the natural cuticle direction so matting and tangling are virtually eliminated. Our hair is real Remy Cuticle hair.
3 – What is Single Drawn Hair?
Every hair piece looks like a ponytail made of different lengths of hair. The very short hairs have been removed. For example: a hair piece of 16″ to 19″ inches of Remy quality and single drawn * Has hair lengths of 16″, 17″, 18″ and 19″. All hair is in the same direction because it all came from the head of a single donor.
4 – What is Double Drawn Hair?
Every hair piece contains only hair of the same length. This procedure is done by hand, not by machine. For example: a hair piece of 20 inches of Remy quality and double drawn has hair lengths of 20″ only. It contains no hair shorter than that. In non-Remy hair all the hair is not in one direction this kind of hair is used for manufacturing paint brushes or hair for dolls.
5 – 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. Wefted hair is hair used for weaving. It is sewn or bonded (with hair glue) into a track ready for the weaving process.
6 – 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. Machine wefts are made by sewing strands of hair together With a hair sewing machine. In Machine weft, there is double wefting (normal, usual wefting) and the new single weft, sometimes called thin weft or light weft