Hair Extensions by Dvora Dawson

HAIRDREAMS NANO

It’s Above & Beyond Just “Hair Extensions”!

Hairdreams Nano has revolutionized the extension world by bringing about a new method to make hair UNDETECTIBLY longer and fuller!

With the launch of its revolutionary ‟Laserbeamer“ System ten years ago, Hairdreams set a major milestone in the world of hair extensions. To this day, Laserbeamer is the only benchmark when achieving high-end, professional hair extensions and thickening in the shortest amount of time.

Today, ten years later, Hairdreams has achieved yet again a technological quantum leap in the art of making hair longer and fuller with the new Laserbeamer NANO System. It’s not just a ‟Facelift“ of the existing Laserbeamer, but it’s a completely new, advanced technological development. The unique technical operatives of the previous successful Hairdreams systems combined with the ultimate attributes of new Nano-technology paves the way to this new, patented Nano System Technology. This new, patented Nano Technology allows one‘s own hair to multiply instantly in never before seen perfection as if done by magic.

The Bonds

  • More perfect than ever before, super-flat and undetectable.
  • Each and every bond with the exact same shape.
  • No visible transitions.

Results

  • More fascinating and enthralling than ever before.
  • Completely invisible, imperceptible hair integration.
  • No more entanglements, no more time-consuming after-treatments.

GREAT LENGTHS HAIR EXTENSIONS

Great Lengths 100% Human Hair Extensions

Great Lengths technology for the application of 100% human hair strands has eliminated the limitations of decades-old technology for extensions. Length, volume or both can now be easily and gently applied without compromising the integrity of your natural strands.

In this context Great Lengths has also been one step ahead from the start: so far no other system has developed a similarly non compromising technique of attaching additional strands to the customer’s own hair. It goes without saying that only 100% natural human hair of the highest quality is used.

To learn more please visit, www.greatlengths.net

The hand tied hair extensions method has been around for a while. They may seem new but it’s just getting trendy. A big reason for their lack of popularity is how difficult they are to install. While there are some pros to this method, there are certainly some cons. Let’s go over why hand tied wefts exist, what the benefits are, and what to watch out for.

First, why do these exist? We get along with the tradtional beaded weft method just fine! Totally. And, really, the beaded weft method is likely still best for you. Hand tied wefts are bound by hand and thin by design. Thin wefts are perfect for people with fine hair who want to avoid the heat or glue of tape-ins. Hand tied wefts, like tape-ins, lay flat without bulk. They can be more comfortable to wear and touch.

So what’s the downside? The installation. They are not only difficult and time-consuming to install, but the wefts can’t be cut. If you attempt to cut them, the thin wefts quickly shed and become worthless

Hand-Tied vs Beaded Wefts Installation

Both hand-tied and beaded wefts have the benefit of voluminous hair that looks and feels natural without need for heat and glue in the installation process. Both installations are time intensive and require an experienced stylist. Hand tied wefts, however, require additional consideration.

Installing Beaded Wefts

Beaded wefts are stronger and have versatility. Unlike hand tied, you can cut beaded wefts. Often, you need smaller pieces to fill sections of your head where there is less hair. Think sides and the lower back of your head. With traditional machined beaded wefts, this is easy.

So for installation, beaded wefts are faster and have more options.

Installing Hand-Tied Wefts

Hand tied extensions still use beads. The difference is the beads are used to create rows across your head using your natural hair. Hand tied wefts are then sewn onto the rows. Some people do two rows with two to four wefts on each row.

Hand-tied wefts cannot be cut and must stay bound as a single solid piece. Being unable to cut a weft into smaller sections makes the installation process…trickier. Instead of customizing (cutting) filler pieces where needed, you have to carefully plan placement with the row created by your natural hair.

If you have fine hair, the planning and forethought may be worth the effort. Hand tied wefts offer natural looking extensions without the bulk that durable beaded wefts offer. If you have medium to thick hair, however, traditionally beaded wefts are stronger and easier to install.

Hand Tied Wefts vs Beaded Wefts Maintenance

We recommend 4-6 weeks between tightenings for beaded wefts and 4-8 weeks for hand tied wefts. The range depends mostly on how rough or gentle you are with hair extensions. (Most of you are straight up savage.) You might be thinking well that’s less maintenance, that’s great! Well, not so fast.

Tightening Hand Tied Wefts is Like Redoing Your Service

To tighten hand tied wefts, you cut the string initially sewn in and completely re-sew it. In essence, it’s like redoing your installation. The bead or guide row is still in place which makes things quicker, but on average, hand tied tightenings are 45 minutes to an hour and a half.

Beaded Wefts Have an Easier Time with Maintenance

On the flip side, beaded wefts take half the time. Beaded weft tightening sessions are 20 – 30 minutes.

We only recommend longer intervals between tightenings with hand tied wefts because of the long process. With proper installation, you will have less slippage with hand tied wefts. That said, beaded wefts shed less and are easier to maintain.

For the Experienced Extensions Wearer

One stylist recently had hand tied wefts installed and instantly felt she needed more hair. However, she actually had the same amount of hair installed as usual (100 grams.) The reason hand tied wefts felt lighter is because they are! The wefts are much thinner with less weight pulling on your natural hair. This gave the illusion of less hair when it was actually the same.

Cost of Hand Tied Wefts

Hand tieds are getting trendier lately. They are still a niche product. Being a niche product, expect to pay premium prices.

Once you do find a brand you know is high quality. Hand tied wefts cost more than other methods. If a 100 grams cost around $300 for traditional beaded wefts, expect to pay $400 or more for hand tieds.

Hand tieds are more time consuming to manufacture. Each binding of hair is handmade. Some brands report it takes days to make a single pack of hair. Whether that’s true or not, you’re surely paying for it.

Extensions are amazing, but they can take some getting used to. Before you get them, you should read up a little on what they are and how they are done. I will be posting about it in my blog, Hair by Dvora, but for now click here for some great info and tips!  Click here for more info from HEM Magazine

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