wavy hand tied weft extensions
Wavy Hand-Tied Rows
Wavy Hand-Tied Rows
Wavy Hand-Tied Rows
Wavy Hand-Tied Rows
Wavy Hand-Tied Rows
Wavy Hand-Tied Rows
Wavy Hand-Tied Rows
Wavy Hand-Tied Rows
Wavy Hand-Tied Rows
Wavy Hand-Tied Rows
Wavy Hand-Tied Rows
Wavy Hand-Tied Rows
Wavy Hand-Tied Rows
Wavy Hand-Tied Rows
Wavy Hand-Tied Rows
Wavy Hand-Tied Rows
Wavy Hand-Tied Rows
Wavy Hand-Tied Rows
Wavy Hand-Tied Rows
Wavy Hand-Tied Rows
Wavy Hand-Tied Rows
Wavy Hand-Tied Rows
hand-teid weft extensions
NBR hair extensions
natural beaded rows method

Wavy Hand-Tied Rows

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Sale price$200USD
Color:Piano 3-Tone 24/27/613
Length:20"
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Hair Extension Length Guide

Since all of our hair is single-drawn Remy hair (ends are left natural), your hair may include an extra 1 to 2 inches extra. This allows you to trim the ends without unnecessarily paying for extra length. Or leave them beautifully natural like most of our customers, the choice is yours. 

IMPORTANT
Our wavy and curly hair is measured when pulled straight.


 

hair extension length guide

Tips on Choosing the Correct Length

The length of our hair depends on the texture you choose. Our straight hair naturally falls longer because it lies completely flat when it's measured. We measure the length of our curly hair when it is in a straight position because it has more volume for the same weight. The length of our wavy hair texture lies in-between that of the straight and curly.

This guide will help you to determine where a length will fall when placed at the top of the head. The hair will fall even longer when placed at the nape area.



Learn more about choosing your length.

Hair Extension Length Guide

Since all of our hair is single-drawn Remy hair (ends are left natural), your hair may include an extra 1 to 2 inches extra. This allows you to trim the ends without unnecessarily paying for extra length. Or leave them beautifully natural like most of our customers, the choice is yours. 

IMPORTANT
Our wavy and curly hair is measured when pulled straight.


 

hair extension length guide

Tips on Choosing the Correct Length

The length of our hair depends on the texture you choose. Our straight hair naturally falls longer because it lies completely flat when it's measured. We measure the length of our curly hair when it is in a straight position because it has more volume for the same weight. The length of our wavy hair texture lies in-between that of the straight and curly.

This guide will help you to determine where a length will fall when placed at the top of the head. The hair will fall even longer when placed at the nape area.



Colors options for this product

Natural Black
Natural Black
Chocolate Brown
Chocolate Brown
Golden Brown
Golden Brown
Honey Blonde
Honey Blonde
Platinum Blonde
Platinum Blonde
Dark Auburn
Dark Auburn
Piano 3-Tone 2/4/6
Piano 3-Tone 2/4/6
Piano 3-Tone 24/27/613
Piano 3-Tone 24/27/613

Learn how to find your perfect color match.

Colors options for this product

Natural Black
Natural Black
Chocolate Brown
Chocolate Brown
Golden Brown
Golden Brown
Honey Blonde
Honey Blonde
Platinum Blonde
Platinum Blonde
Dark Auburn
Dark Auburn
Piano 3-Tone 2/4/6
Piano 3-Tone 2/4/6
Piano 3-Tone 24/27/613
Piano 3-Tone 24/27/613

Learn how to find your perfect color match.

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Wavy Hand-Tied Rows Reviews

4.89 / 5 stars, 28 reviews

Experience the most light-weight and comfortable hair ever. Our naturally wavy hand-tied rows are lighter and thinner than the Machine wefts, and will allow you to create ultra-natural hairstyles. The tracks lay flat against your scalp and are practically undetectable. Use them for beaded row or standard weft installations, experience less damage without glue or tape. This product is perfect for both hair professionals and their clients, they'll love how perfect they look and feel. 

  • Hair type: 100% Wavy Remy human hair
  • Wefting: Hand-tied knots are thinner and less detectable
  • Processing: Completely unprocessed natural texture and color
  • Track length: 4 pre-cut tracks, each 12" long
  • Sourcing: Single-drawn ethically sourced temple hair
  • Advised Quantity: 2-3+ packs (for fullness), 3-4+ packs (for length)
  • Weight: Approximately 2 ounces

This is considered a half-pack, click here for the full-pack version.

Our hand-tied wefts are carefully hand-knotted by skilled factory workers and extremely thin, so they lay flat against your scalp and are super comfortable to wear.

  • Ethically Sourced Virgin Indian hair
  • Can be colored like your own hair
  • Naturally Wavy hair texture
  • Truly unprocessed full-cuticle hair
  • Sealed tracks with near-zero shedding
  • Shorter beard for comfortable wear
part hair for hand tied weft installation

Section Hair

Create a clean section where your weft will be placed.

Create Foundation

Create a foundation of your choice. We chose to use a beaded method here.

Sew to foundation

Sew the machine weft to the foundation to attach the weft to hair.

Enjoy the Result

Admire your undetectable and seamless weft laid in your hair.

Weft-Type

Hand-tied, knots are thinner and less detectable

Hair type

100% Remy Indian human hair

Processing

Completely unprocessed natural texture and color

Track Length

  • 20” weft: 4 precut tracks that are approx. 22 inches long

Advised Quantity

    1-2 packs under 20"
  • 3+ packs 20" & longer

Weight

Approximately 2 ounces

What’s the difference between these and hand-tied rows?

Hand-tied rows weigh only 2oz per pack, this hand-tied weft is 4oz. Plus, our hand-tied rows are available in more color options and are more popular for the natural beaded rows method. 

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What’s the difference between hand-tied and machine weft?

Lucky for you, we have a great blog post on this topic! We’re talking specially about  which type of weft might work best for you. 

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