Time is life. We don’t want to waste time. Some people will choose time-saving hair extension applications. And, here are 6 reasons why we should not get a quick weave.
1. Products used to seal the hair can damage it.
Your stylist wet wraps your hair, glue wefts of human or synthetic hair extensions to the dried and hardened wrap when using the Quick Weave technique. Many manufacturers of Quick Weave products use glues but they claim that their wrapping products are completely safe. Your natural strands will become dry and have a worse state than before if you use harsh gels, thick pomades, and super-adhesive hair glues.
2. Quick Weaves make for unnatural hairlines.
Hairline, one dead giveaway that you’re wearing a weave, sits too far forward on your head. A part starts at mid-crown. Applying a Quick Weave is difficult. You have to cover the hair wrapped across the forehead. A deep part that starts at the closure point will be created because most Quick Weave hair pieces will fall in a pattern.
3. Quick Weaves aren’t really all that quick.
Wrap your hair while wet. Let it dry completely. Glue in several tracks of hair. Dry each track thoroughly before moving on. The process requires skill and patience and time.
4. Other install methods are easier to take down and re-do.
Before applying the new hair, you can easily wrap your hair and your mane can breathe underneath the wig or stocking cap as long as you use weaves and even wigs. With these types of installs, you can wash your hair and change hairstyles more frequently and easily. And, net weaves and wigs are reusable. There is no need to re-glue every track every time!
5. Glue ruins hair extensions.
Quick Weaves damage hair extensions by caking them with glue even if your natural hair survives the experience. If the hair is in its liquid form, this adhesive seems harmless enough and can even be undetectable. However, your hair extensions can have hardened clumps once it dries. It will be very difficult to remove these clumps. Loosening and removing the glue not only can tangle, tear, mat but also destroy the cuticle your human hair extensions.
6. Gluing tears hair out.
As best, it is difficult to remove bonded hair extensions. If you use the quick weaves, it will more difficult to remove it since the bonding glue is directly applied to your natural hair. Glue can coat your strands even with the best care. It clumps tresses together and causes breakage, tearing, and even hair loss.
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