What’s different Between the single weft and double weft of human hair bundle?
By Topme hair Gylen 20201207
Do you know what’s different between the single weft and double weft of human hair bundle? If you don’t know, let me introduce to you.
NOW let us establish what single weft mean and bundle weft mean?
Single weft hair of bundle : The each bundle of hair is taken from one donor and then being placed in a weft.
The single drawn weft emulates the real hair we have. It is really thick at the root with some weathering and thinning towards the ends.
A single drawn extension is the most common extension type because of less work involved in processing and low cost.
And the Double weft hair of bundle : Extensions have shorter hair removed by hand, workers cut the hair ends by hands so the full bundle will remain the same fullness from top to bottom, then the hair will be sewn in a weft.
This process would increase the quality of hair extensions and can provide you with a fuller appearance.
Of course, you will pay more on double drawn hair extensions, the quality and volume are better, will certainly last longer.
Why choose the single weft or double weft？
For many people, they want their hair to be square-tailed, to be thick from head to tail, and they won’t assume that single drawn hair is a quality product.
However, with other customers, they chose single drawn hair due to its natural finish. As you know, with natural hair growing from our scalp, each hair won’t grow differently. So the hair will have different lengths. That is why, with customers looking for a natural finish, single drawn hair is the perfect choice for them.
Besides, the price of single draw hair is usually lower than that of double drawn hair or super double hair. However, if you want, you can also trim a little at the ends of single draw hair and hair can thicken significantly.
About double weft, is the absolute best quality hair. The hair is arranged in equal lengths creating a very smooth and polished look.
Double Drawn virgin hair is more expensive for its produce, but I think it is worth to invest. Each hair is the same length, so you get thick, full hair from roots to ends.
Though you will pay more for double drawn hair, the quality, volume, and duration that the hair lasts you will far exceed single drawn hair extensions.
So what’s different Between the single weft & double weft of human hair bundle?
Then we mainly tell the difference between single weft and double weft from the following aspects, hair ends, hair quality, hair lengths, hair collected resource, hair prices, and their benefits.
Single weft hair: the hair extensions contain multiple lengths of hair, which will make the hair become thickest at the top of the hair, tapers at the middle and is thin on the ends.
While Double weft hair is all the same length from top to bottom.The hair is thick and full all the time. So the double weft ends are thicker.
Double weft virgin hair is the best quality hair weave. The terms mean to a process that draws out all the shorter lengths from a bundle, then draws again to realign the top of each bundle. The hair is arranged in equal length to create a smooth and polished look. And this would crease the cost of hair as this procedure is done by hand.
All human hair grows in cycles. While some are growing, some are dormant. This is the reason why there are so many lengths in a single drawn. Single Drawn Remy hair means only the shorter hair has been picked out, it always 2 or 3 inches. Therefore, if you had 18″length hair, some strands would be as short as 14, 16″.
Hair Collected Resource
A double drawn hair weft is always made from multiple donor hair. It cannot be made from single donor hair. Most of the double drawn hair bundles look thick, and same thickness is available from top to tail of the hair bundle.
Single weft hair is the most common hair extension type on the market due to less work involved in processing and manufacturing, thus the lower price. You will pay more for double weft hair, but the quality, volume, and duration that the hair lasts you will far exceed single weft hair extensions.
single： – Cheaper than the double weft hair
– The top is wider than the bottom
– Creates a “V” shape hairstyle
– Might look scrawny
– Less volume
double： – At least 90% of hair is eliminated during a manual trimming
– More expensive than the single weft hair
– Top and bottom is of an equal width
– Creates a “U” shape hairstyle
– Much more hair volume
– Gives a fuller look
So single weft vs double weft which is better? Well, that is up to you!
1. The single weft hair extensions are less expensive than double drawn Remy hair. Single drawn is the most common hair type on the market due to less work involved in processing and manufacturing, thus the lower price.
2. Double Drawn extensions are more expensive but worth to invest for many people. Every bundle is the same length, so you can get thick and full hair from roots to ends. Moreover, It will last longer.
3. Many different factors will weigh into a selection of single or double weave Remy hair extensions. For example, some may prefer the single drawn weft hair because they come from one source and others will prefer the double drawn extensions because the multiple sources contribute to the look they most desire.
4. For girls who are looking for a natural finish where masses of the volume is not important, single drawn hair is a great choice. Equally, single drawn hair is often cheaper than double drawn hair; however, if you trim the ends up by a couple of inches, they can easily be thickened to give the same overall appearance as the more expensive double drawn hair.
Single weft hair or double weft hair does not represent the hair quality. Hair quality is always measured and specified by cuticles of hair. Based on whether the all hair strands in a bunch or bundle of hair retains its cuticles intact in the same direction or not, the hair quality is measured.
Hair with cuticles intact in the same direction is called Remy Hair. Remy’s hair is the real human hair which is best known for its easy maintenance and tangle free nature.
How to choose? It depends on the fullness you are looking to achieve. Usually, someone would like to double a couple in the back, and sides, and do the rest single. If you also want to be a little thicker, you can double that weft.
I tought that, it depends on personal taste and what feels and looks good on you. With the thinner wefts, you may want to double up especially with longer lengths and also depending on the style and again what feels and looks good on you.