What is the difference between single drawn and double drawn hair?
We sell the remy double drawn hair. The difference is below. Single Drawn – Remy Single Drawn hair is hackled and trimmed on one side. Taken from one donor. All the hair is in one direction, i.e. all the roots will be at one end of the processed bundle. This high quality process allows for a very small percentage of hair to be outside the specified length of the bundle.This processing keeps the hair from tangling after it is bleached or dyed. This is very popular in Europe with the high quality hair extension who prefer this type of processing for their products.This hair is collected from Temples (particularly ladies hair). Double Drawn – Remy Double Drawn hair is hackled and trimmed on both sides and it will have uniform sizes. Taken from one donor. This can be prepared from Temple cut hair, which is remy.
Single drawn hair is cut and gathered as a ponytail from one donor. Therefore, there are a few natural shorter strands within a bundle of hair. The very short hairs have been removed. That’s why the hair may be sold 15″ to 18″ because there are a few 15″ to 17″ strands within the bundle. Many people are misinformed that the shorter hairs are split ends. Double drawn hair contains only hair of the same length. This type of hair is double processed to draw out the shorter lengths. Sometimes it is improperly cut. It can take 10 lbs. of hair to produce 1 lb. of 18″ double drawn . This is very expensive one as this procedure is done by hand. Thus, 4 oz. of 18″ inches of Remy hair has hair lengths of 18″ only.