There are many types of comely hair. The different types of comely hair are as follows
This hair gives the most natural look, along with the most styling adaptability. This type of hair also needs more styling and care. It can be valuable for the investment though as they can last over a year with good care.
This is the uppermost quality human hair available. This hair is all from a sole donor. This hair has not been dyed or bleached. This helps cut down on knots and can last over a year with good care.
Higher quality synthetic hair bids a look and feel alike to human hair, but has limited styling adaptability. Needs little maintenance and can usually be worn as soon as it is unpackaged. It is less durable than human hair and will last for 6 months with proper care.
Heat Friendly Synthetic Hair
This type offers more styling adaptability due to heat-friendly construction. Can be more interesting to style than a human hair. Less durable than old-style synthetic hair that can last 3 months with proper care.
Knots in comely hair
There are so many different types of knots used in comely hair construction.
A knot that has only been tied once where both hairs are twisted back through the knot.
Single Split Knot
A knot that has been tied once. It has a minor profile than the single knot because only one hair slightly than two like in the single knot is twisted back through the knot.
This is the sturdiest type of knot because it is been tied twice.
Double Split Knot
This type of knot has the appearance of a single knot, with the asset of a double knot.
This is not so much of a knot, as it is a texture. The hair is seamed in a “U” shape through the base side and the other side for added security.
Direct Inject Knot
The hair is directly inserted into the comely hair base material and then clipped and sealed on the other side for additional security. The hair does not return back through, so it results in less knotting.
Base Materials used in comely hair
As with different types of knots used in our services, there are tons of different options used for base materials. They are
This is the strongest type of lace. It allows you to part the unit wherever while maintaining a natural hairline.
This is softer than welded lace and also more subtle. This also maintains a natural hairline.
It is the part of the hair anywhere with a natural-looking growth”
The same base as a single monofilament, with a layer of glass-silk beneath to mimic the appearance of a scalp.
This is a very soft and fine material that makes a realistic scalp color and effect
This is a superior construction that gives the most natural look. It creates the entrance of growth at the scalp and allows for a final look anywhere.
100 % Hand Tied Stretch
This type of base mimics the natural hair density and movement.
This is usually clear or flesh-toned and this base can be bonded. Polyurethane also usually coats the edges of monofilament toppers for additional durability.
Silicone Anti-Slip Suction
This base can grip against unadorned skin. It is best for use with people who have no biological hair.
Comely Hairs are generally a more versatile hair additional option. While they are usually more expensive, they can last much longer than artificial alternatives. They also just tend to look more usual as the hair shifts during wear because they have an advanced quality texture and feel. Heat tools can be used on human hair and are great for people that get bored of how their hair is fashioned day after day. They are able to change the style of the wigs up much more often than if they were using much synthetic hair. If anyone’s goal is to wear their wig for longer than a year, human hair is the finest option. These hair schemes hold up well and are the best choice if anyone favors the look of long hair. Comely hairs can come from places all over the world such as Asia, China, Africa, and Europe. Hair can be sourced in various diverse ways, so make sure to do all research and look into different types of hair from diverse regions before taking the plunge and making an asset in a wig.
Whichever unit our client chooses, we are going to need something to follow to their scalp. Various glues occasionally known as bonding adhesive and tapes are used by 90% of alternative hair wearers because they offer a more safe attachment. Some stylists even feel that the glues can help to give a more usual appearance.