Hand Tied vs. Machine weft

Hand-tied wefts are hair sewn or tied together meticulously by hand using a strong piece of weaving thread. If they’re done properly, hand-tied wefts can actually last a very long time.

Machine wefts are sewn together using a sewing machine. Machine wefts are slightly thicker compared to hand-tied wefts, but a bulge is rarely noticeable. A lot of people prefer machine wefts because the tracks can be cut during installation, making it a bit more flexible.

What do you do when

What do you do when a guy you are interested in tells you he hates hair weaves, but constantly compliments you on your hair? Do you accept the compliments, or boldly show him a track?

Hair Care

We have noticed that weekly maintainance of high quality shampoos and conditioners keep Indian remy hair from tangling and looking oily.

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