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Why Quick Weaves Aren’t Always the Best Option For Your Hai

by Naveen Agarwal
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If you’re unfamiliar with the term, a fast Weave is a Weave that is attached to a base made of your Hair. Using a sealing agent that dries rock hard, your relaxed Hair is sculpted into a wrap around your head. To make the fast Weave hair, wefts are attached immediately to your dried Hair.

Here are several compelling reasons to abandon the idea of a quick weave in favor of experimenting with other techniques of extension application.

They Are Uncomfortable:

Bottom line: if your scalp is not allowed to breathe, you will be uncomfortable. More importantly, if you live an active lifestyle and exercise many times per week, your scalp is likely to sweat and get hot and itchy. Imagine not being able to scratch your scalp because of the extensions! That sounds excruciating!

They Are Not That Quick:

This is nearly amusing! A professional braider could have cornrowed your hair to form a braiding pattern for the weave by the time you wrap your hair with the sealing product and wait for it to dry.

Sewing in a weave takes about the same amount of time as gluing it in. You might as well have gone with a sew in if you had to finish off your rapid weave with the time-consuming ‘invisible part’ method. This does not include dismantling, which is undoubtedly a time-consuming operation.

You Can’t Wash Your Hair:

Yes, a fast weave cannot be washed because it will slip. I don’t know about you, but I have to wash my hair at least once a week or I’d be climbing the walls in pain. Not only is it bad for your hair, but it can also promote fungal infections on your scalp, resulting in slowed hair development.

Damage Is Caused By Sealing Products And Glue:

Quick weaves, despite what the manufacturers of sealing products claim, are harmful to your hair in the long term. Would you put glue in your hair on purpose? The majority of sealing products use glue and hardening gels to keep your hair together and harden it!

Furthermore, the adhesive is not recommended for use with hair extensions. It’s time-consuming and difficult to remove, and it almost always leaves a film behind. The last thing you want to do with your top-quality virgin Indian hair is destroyed it with glue, right?

They Are Unnatural Looking:

‘Invisible components,’ no matter how meticulously applied, fail to fool anyone. You may leave the stylist’s chair feeling like a million bucks, but by the end of the week, something will have slipped and that area will begin to appear odd in some way. The most natural-looking weave is one that shows your scalp with a little of your hair left out. Lace closures or frontals from hair shops near me are great options.

They Are Harmful To Your Hair:

This is possibly the most crucial point. I don’t know anyone who has used fast weaves and managed to grow their hair long and healthy. But I know a lot of people who have used sew-ins to grow their hair out! Any style that prevents your hair from breathing will not be popular among those who prefer healthy hair.

 If your ultimate objective is to have long hair, it should tell you everything you need to know.

There are so many other methods that are superior to rapid weaves that it is pointless to use them.

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