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What’s the best way to cut the weft?
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Hand tied wefts should never be cut from the top, this is a common mistake made by even experienced hair stylists. If it is cut, then you should seal it with a good glue like nail glue or fabric glue. Keep in mind there is no guarantee that it will not shed if it is cut. Also, one should never sew through top of the weft and it is recommended you sew around the weft. With machine wefts, you can cut where desired. We cannot stress how important this information is, the main reason for wefts shedding is because the weft is not cut properly. If installation is done properly, you will have a long lasting, successful hair extension application.Check out this video demonstration of the proper way to cut a weft:
video demonstration on Youtube. You can also check out our YouTube channel.
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