Hand Tied Wefts
Each individual hair is hand-tied onto the weft which creates a very strong but much thinner weft when compared to machine wefted hair extensions. Click here, to learn more about the benefits of hand-tied wefts. The end result is that the hair extension sits closer to the head and feels more natural. The only drawback to the hand-tied wefts is because of how thin the wefts are, they should not be cut when installing. They are packaged in smaller pieces while machine wefts is one long piece.
Machine Tied Wefts
Machine Tied Wefts are a long strip of hair that is like a curtain or a grass skirt. Loose or bulk hair is fed through a triple-head sewing machine and sewn together. At the root, hair is folded and sewn and then add a reinforced stitch for a stronger hold to the weft. Machine wefts usually are thicker than their hand-tied weft counter part and usually available in more variety of styles and textures.