Hair Weaving

Hair weaving also known as the hair extension or hair intensification is one of the oldest ways of hair restoration by weaving or braiding. In this technique human or synthetic hair is woven to the origin of the hair so that it grows in a natural way.

Hair weaving Reasons and suitable for whom?

When it comes to finding the reason that why women today go for hair weaving, In fact, not only women even men go for hair weaving.  And the reasons we found is baldness and a wide range of hair and scalp diseases like alopecia totalis, bums, alopecia Universalis, radiation, etc. Not only to cure such problems while weaving also enhances the hair style of an individual that promotes a great appearance. This technique can be performed in different ways with a range of choices of hair that makes the hair restoration more effective and efficient.

Types of hair used for hair weaving

  • Human Hair : They are made of human hair so more versatile as they are easy to color, curl and appliances can be easily used on human hair. They are easy to maintain as well.
  • Indian Hair : They are thin and strong, available in different shades.
  • European Hair : They have different color and soft texture.
  • Synthetic Hair : Synthetic hair is made of synthetic fibers. Synthetic hair comes in weaves and single strands for braids.
  • Weft : The hair sewn using a machine is called machine weft or using hand termed as hand-weft. As per the quality hair wefts are classified into Remi weft; also known as Remi hair good for bundled in a manner where roots of the hair fall on the one side and the tips of the hair on the other side and Non-Remi; fallen hair good for roots and tips of hair are all tangled up.

In how many ways hair weaving is performed?

  • Cornrow Tracking : The oldest weaving method in which tracking is done with cornrow braids.
  • Invisible Hair Weaving : This is the most attentive process where the weaving is done without the use of threads and glues.
  • Netting : This technique comprises weaving of hair extension on a surface formed by braiding natural tresses under a slight net. Netting goes for about 3-4 months.
  • Extend Tube Technique : In this technique the hair is stuck with small clamping tubes. The hair is then pattern-devided and pulled through tube fastener and sealed.
  • Bonding : This is a temporary weaving method which tracks hair and glued together to the roots of the hair by using special glue.
  • Tracking : It is also called pinch weaving or micro weaving and track locking. In this process thin strands of hair are located horizontally on the scalp. Afterwards, strands are the reinforced with threads in a lock stitch.
  • Fusion : In this method a machine is used to stick human hair extensions to strands of natural hair. A machine is used for the purpose is as similar as a hot glue gun.