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What is a machine weft?
Article Number: 50 | Rating: Unrated | Last Updated: Fri, Jul 15, 2011 at 1:12 AM
Machine made wefts are one continuous track which varies in length based on the length and texture of the hair. Always make sure a high quality hair extension glue to seal the ends when they are cut. If the ends are not glued properly, shedding may occur. Machine wefts will not unravel when cut, if sealed properly.
Our Machine Wefts come in one long track, which a stylist will usually have to cut and seal themselves. We recommend that you consult your stylist if you are unsure about which type of weft to purchase.
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