Malaysian braidless weave, known as the pinch method, is a weave system without using glue. If you use this method, your natural hair can breathe more easily. Want to know more details about this health weave system?
Features of Malaysian Braidless Weaving
1. No Braiding
People whose hair is too short for conventional braiding techniques, they had better choose Malaysian braidless-weaving technique for it does not braid directly onto the hair. In general, loop a thread around a section of hair, allowing the extensions to be attached seamlessly allowing for a smooth and unnoticeable appearance, without the lumps and bumps of other extension methods. For most good hairdressers, they should know how to attach the extensions to a half-inch of hair.
2. Less damage to Your Hair
Malaysian braidless weaves don’t need glue, and scalp. Thus, it does not hurt, and best of all, it is easy to remove.
3. A Long-Life
Malaysian braidless weaves can last up to three or four months.
How to Make Malaysian Braidless Weaving
Wash and condition natural hair at least 3 times. Do not use any harsh chemicals on the hair prior to the extensions being put in place. Make sure that the scalp is well-moisturized beforehand.
Make two ponytails from hair on both sides of the head. Tie the thread to the ponytails, looping it around them three times. Bring natural hair over the thread to make it look natural.
Disadvantage – High Cost
Malaysian braidless weaves can be more expensive than other types of extensions, costing anywhere from $300 to $1,200.
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