There are two kinds hair in the market–synthtic hair and human hair. Synthetic hair are made of kanakalon or high tempreture fibers, they are cheaper in price. Most synthetic hair are used to make cosplay wig, party wig and micro braiding wigs.
human hair is the most popaular in the market. According to different origin, the human hair can be classified by Brazilian hair, Indian hair, Malaysian hair, Peruvian hair, European hair, etc.For example, Indian hair is imported from India.Because of the large Hindu population that practices Tonsure, there is a relatively large supply of human hair originating from India. The temples collect this hair then auction the hair to local Indian companies who then process and sell it for its fashionable use.
The raw human hair can be made into hair extensions, toupee, wigs, lace wigs, eyelashes. All of these hair products are welcome by people around the world. Actually, hair wefts and weaves will be very long term trend.As we know,hair extensions have been a common fashion accessory used by women world-wide for literally hundreds of years. Traditional wig making has been a European tradition for a very long time, however, due to price the human hair market has shifted more recently and Europe is no longer the epicenter of the industry. China is now the new country to make hair products.
What is Remy hair (commonly known as cuticle hair)?
Virgin Remy hair is widely considered to be the highest quality of human hair used for extensions and weaves. The term “Remy” is used exclusively for hair which has maintained the outer cuticle layer, a key component of strong and healthy hair extensions. True Remy hair has the cuticle layer of the hair flowing in the same downward direction, the way it would occur naturally before the hair is cut. The cuticle layer is critically important when it comes to hair tangling, longevity, volume, and how luminously the hair shines. Click here to learn more about the science of healthy hair.
What is a Weft and Wefted Hair?
Wefts serve the purpose of a binding matrix for hair. There are numerous type of wefts, but they all function by locking loose hair into a matrix that can be sewn or glued onto the scalp. There are two primary forms of wefts related to hair extensions, Hand Tied Wefts & Machine Wefts.
The most common hair wefts are the machine wefts and there are also some hand tied wefts which is popular.
So what is the difference between a hand tied weft and a machine weft?
Choosing the right weft for your virgin Indian hair is very important. There are primarily two types of wefts used for human hair weaving: Machine Wefts & Hand Tied Wefts. A hand-tied weft uses a weaving method for human hair by which strands of hair are hand tied using a fine thread to the top row of the weft. Hand-tied wefts are thinner, more flexible, and generally considered to be a better weft than machine wefts since they are less prone to shedding and are less detectable than machine wefts. Hand tied wefts lay flatter on the head, which allows for a more natural look.
Machine wefts are made using an automated stitching process that sews the Indian hair onto a single and continuous track. For some stylists, machine wefts are the practical choice for installation as they are simpler to work with and also may be cut by bonding the end of the track. Indian hair on machine wefts, provide a wonderful way for customers new to Indian hair weaves to become acquainted with process. Contrary to uninformed opinions on the internet, the actual hair used with machine wefts is not lower quality. Emedahair uses the same exact beautiful Indian Remy Hair for both our machine and hand tied wefts.
Emeda can supply a higher quality product at a more affordable price. We purchase raw human hair material from Brazil, Peru, India, Malaysia, Mongolia, Russia and European.
Then we make them into different human hair extensions — weft, clip in hair wefts, tape in hair wefts, loop ring hair wefts, prebond hair wefts. Emedahair is now well known as a hair supplier by people all over the world.
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