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Intricate weaving for lustrous hair

Author: Martin Kelojou
by Martin Kelojou
Posted: Jun 22, 2015

One of the most common problems among both men and women these days is hair thinning and baldness. While it is a cause of concern for many, most people end up compromising with this situation with a pinch of salt that nothing can be done about this. Well! This is not the case. The reasons for receding hairline and extended forehead or in simple terms baldness, might be like hereditary, effects of pollution, medicinal effects, stress and many such reasons. There are many solutions to overcome this ever growing problem like wearing an artificial wig, external hair extensions, hair transplants or hair weaving etc. While most of them are temporary, procedures like hair transplant and hair weaving are permanent to a certain extent.

For a person who intends to counter the balding or hair receding problem, there is a constant dilemma in his mind about choosing the best procedure that prove effective in look and cost wise.

A brief elucidation about Hair transplants and Hair weaving:

Hair transplants are invasive in nature and involve a medical process. It is a surgical process of removing either a strip of scalp having hair graft or hair from the back of the head and transplanting in the bald patches. This process is time consuming and expensive but a permanent solution to the problem.

Hair weaving is a process where human or artificial hair is used to change one's natural hair appearance by adding additional hair to their natural hair or by covering the natural hair all together with human or synthetic hair pieces. This process is non-surgical and does not require professional to perform weaving. Adequate hair density can be attained quickly and at affordable costs.

Let’s unravel few common Hair weaving procedures that have enticed many.

Strand bonding stands populous among all the hair weaving methods. It is also popularly known as the fusion method. In this process natural/artificial hair is integrated with one’s natural hair which gives a lustrous and more natural look to the hair which lasts long. It is a bit expensive when compared to other types of weaving.

Pasting: This is a unique method of hair weaving where special glue/ tape adhesives are used for bonding hair with one’s natural hair strands. These glues are safe and skin friendly. It is extremely easy to use and can be done at home itself with extra care. This method gives an extra bounce and adds volume to the natural hair. The glue can be easily washed out using a special shampoo/conditioner that will remove the glue without removing the real hair. A special glue remover may also be used. Bonding through micro rings i.e. through the use of silicone wrapped attached near the roots of the hair is also another popular method.

Netting: This technique involves using a thin net, while installing a weave on your hair. The net is directly placed on your head and then hair extensions (human /synthetic) are woven to the net. This technique gives a natural look to the hair texture. Though it is a time consuming, it is lasting technique.

Sew-in process is another method for adding colors to natural hair and usually done with strand by strand extension systems.

There are many more techniques to cite like half weave, lace front weave, draw string weave etc. Overall, the main purpose behind getting hair weaving done on your natural strands is not only to lengthen hair, add volume/thickness to fine thinning hair but also exhibits a fashion statement.

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Martial Keloju, one of the well known brands in natural cosmetics and he has done extensive research on various natural methods in beauty care,have introduced their online store which will help the busy and upwardly mobile people to get their needs

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