What is the Difference Between Hand-Tied, Bulk and Weft Hair?
A weft of hair is hair that is folded and sewn for easy application in weaving and other track applications like braided tracks, bonded tracks or taped tracks. The hair can also be cut from the weft into smaller pieces for custom tracks or tiny pieces (20 hairs or less) and tipped with a hot adhesive like keratin for a strand by strand method like fusion or locs. Hand-tied hair means the sewn seam is very tiny and looks better on people with thinner hair. Bulk hair has the look of a cut ponytail, and has to be handled carefully so that the hair lengths stay even.