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Do You Select The Best Weave Hair?

Fashion Blog Mon May 11 2020

There are many types of weave hair and choosing the suitable one is not always easy, we have to admit that! But don't worry all our lovely customers. We will show you some criterias that is good for choosing the best weave hair. Please follow us in this article below. Then you'll learn everything you need to know about weaves, its types, textures and shapes.

Types of hair for weaves

Single drawn hair

The single bulk hair contains a certain amount of hair that is shorter than its length. It is thinner than the double and super double weave hair.

Double drawn hair

The double drawn weave hair is different. It is bought by the hair salon that have customers with a not too strict requirements on the thickness of the hair. The double drawn weave hair is of course have less baby hair than the single drawn weave hair.

Super double drawn hair

Finally, they are super double drawn weavehair: which is frequently bought by the hair salon that have customers with a high income, they can be celebrities or people with a strict requirement on the thickness and quality of the hair. It depends on the thickness of the hair that the price of a bulk hair will be cheap or expensive.

 

Textures of weave hair

Synthetic Hair

Synthetic hair is the cheapest kind of hair that you can use for weaves. You should not get synthetic hair if you plan on using heat since it is essentially made of microfibers and cannot take heat at all. If you try to apply heat, it will burn, bend, and look weird in general.


Human Hair

This is a step up from synthetic hair. Though you can do more with it, it still has a maximum amount of heat that it can take, and it cannot be dyed.

Human hair wigs are by far the superior choice if quality is the only factor. Other than price, the main drawback to human hair is required maintenance -- as with natural hair, it requires effort. For many, daily styling is actually preferable as it allows for more control over the appearance as well as a sense of normalcy that can come with the daily hair styling ritual.Keep in mind that human hair does not come out of the box ready to wear. You may choose to have it customized by a professional stylist to get exactly the look you like.


Virgin Hair

If you want to dye your hair or use lots of heat, virgin hair is the way to go. It is taken from the scalp of donors and is the most durable, long-lasting, and reliable hair on the market. It can last for over two years if you take care of it properly.

Note: People often want to know how many bundles of hair they should get, and this depends on how long you want the hair to be and what you're going to do with it. The longer the hair that you're buying, the more bundles you need. Most people start with two and go up from there.


Remy human hair

Remy human hair is considered a premium option. Hair follicles are kept running in the same direction when collecting and crafting the wig or hairpiece. With cuticles all running in the same direction, tangling is greatly reduced and hair looks and feels silkier. 

 

Shapes of weave hair

Straight Weave vs. Curly Weave

Black women always buy weaves that are bone straight with no amount of curl can look unrealistic since they have highly textured hair.

However, some black women don’t want straight weaves, and they love curly or kinky weaves, especially if they want to see how they will grow with a natural hair or they are relaxing.

 

Sewn-in vs. Glued

Usually, sewn-in weaves are more suitable for black hair, because a woman wears beneath the weave protects her natural hair from daily wear. What’s more, sewn-in weaves last longer as well. 

Glued-in weaves are intended to be worn for a very short period of time, not longer than a week. Besides, when removing hair weaves, you should be very careful to prevent pulling your hair out with it.



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