Micro wefts are a type of hair extension that are designed to be thin, flat, and light, making them more invisible and comfortable than other types of wefts. Micro Wefts are similar to hand-tied wefts, but Micro Wefts has some advantages, such as no return hair, no shedding, and no scalp irritation. They can also be cut anywhere along the weft, making them easier to customize and blend. Micro wefts are made from high-quality human hair and come in various colors, lengths, and textures.
What is different between Micro wefts and other types of hair extensions ?
Micro wefts are a type of hair extension that are different from other types of wefts, such as machine wefts, hand-tied wefts, and skin wefts.
Here are some of the main differences between genius wefts and other types of hair extensions:
- Micro wefts are thinner and flatter than machine wefts, which are thick and bulky. This makes Micro wefts more comfortable
natural-looking than machine wefts¹⁴.
- Micro wefts do not have return hairs, which are the short hairs that stick out from the weft and can cause itching and irritation.
Machine wefts, hand-tied wefts, and skin wefts all have return hairs to some extent¹²³.
- Micro wefts can be cut anywhere along the weft without shedding or unraveling, which allows for more customization and
Machine wefts can also be cut, but hand-tied wefts and skin wefts should not be cut, as they can lose their integrity and fall
- Micro wefts offer more volume than hand-tied wefts, while being more affordable than skin wefts. Hand-tied wefts are ideal
for finethin hair, but they may not provide enough fullness for some clients. Skin wefts are very realistic and seamless, but they are
also very expensive and delicate.
I hope this helps you understand the difference between Micro wefts and other types of hair extensions. If you want to learn
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How to make it?
Human Hair: High-quality human hair bundles or bulk hair.
Wefting Thread: Fine, durable thread used for sewing the hair onto the weft.
Wefting Needle: A specialized needle with a curved shape designed for hair wefting.
Wefting Clips: Clips used to secure the hair in place during the sewing process.
Scissors: To trim excess thread or hair.
Sort and arrange the human hair bundles to ensure they are of similar length and quality.
If needed, wash and condition the hair to ensure it's clean and free from any impurities.
Take a small section of hair (usually a few strands) and lay it flat in a horizontal line.
Use the wefting thread and needle to sew along the top of the hair section, creating a sturdy horizontal stitch to form the weft.
Continue adding more hair and sewing in layers until the desired thickness of the weft is achieved.
Secure the ends of the wefting thread with knots to prevent unraveling.
Trim excess hair from the weft to ensure a uniform length and shape.
Use scissors to tidy up any uneven edges or stray hairs.
If desired, attach wefting clips along the top of the weft to allow for easy application and removal of the extensions.
Inspect the weft thoroughly to ensure it's securely sewn and free from any loose strands or imperfections.
Package the micro weft human hair extensions appropriately, ensuring they are protected during transportation and storage.
How long do micro weft extensions ?
Micro weft extensions can last up to 12-24 months with proper care and maintenance. This is longer than some other types of
hair extensions, such as machine wefts, which can last anywhere from four months to a year, or sewn-in wefts, which need to
be removed and re-installed every six to eight weeks. Micro weft extensions are also more comfortable, versatile, and
natural-looking than other types of wefts, as they are thinner, flatter, and have no return hairs. If you are interested in getting
genius weft extensions, you can contact us directly !