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What is a Braidless Weave?

Updated: Apr 7, 2019

What is an Braidless Weave? A Braidless Weave is where a series of micro rings (or micro beads) are placed in a straight line along your hair, close to the scalp. Each one is spaced a few millimetres apart. They're applied by threading a small section of hair through a small bead, which is then squished with pliers to hold it in place. Once these are applied the weft of hair can then be sewn in to them.

How long does a Braidless Weave take? It takes around an hour to an hour and a half to apply, style and trim the extensions. So quite a quick process versus the hours it can take to painfully apply individual bonds. Especially if you're having a full head done!

How long does a Braidless last? You will find that re-growth will start after around a month, and then you'll need to have them tightened after 6-8 weeks. If you buy one of our good quality weaves it would be a case of just having them re-done at the salon, rather than splashing out the full £200+ each time. 

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