Weft Hair Extensions

Weft hair extensions add volume and length throughout and can be used on a variety of hair styles. It can be installed in a variety of ways, including sewing in, braiding, clip-in, etc. Providing a very natural look, it's almost impossible to tell that hair extensions have been added.

hand-tied weft

Intacte Hair’s hand-tied weft provides the most seamless look without damage to hair. The hair is handwoven to make ultra-thin weft. It is the most undetectable weft in the industry.  

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Intacte Hair’s Invisible Weft combines the advantage of machine and hand-tied weft to become a perfect product. It minimizes the size of the weft and is able to be cut, so it can render seamless looking as well as customizable length.

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Weft Hair Extensions, also known as weft hair or sew-in extensions, are strands of artificial or natural hair attached to a fine, flexible weft. They are used to add volume and length, achieving a desired change in hairstyle.

Weft Hair Extensions offer a diverse range of colors and lengths to meet individual styling preferences. Options include various shades, lengths, and styles, such as straight, curly, and ombre.

Installation time depends on the chosen method. Generally, professional technicians can complete the installation within a few hours. Clip-in installations are quicker, making them suitable for temporary hairstyle changes.

When properly installed and cared for, Weft Hair Extensions do not cause damage to natural hair. In fact, they can offer additional protection, covering split ends and providing a layer of defense.

Certainly! Weft Hair Extensions are a versatile choice that complements a variety of hair types, from fine and delicate textures to coarser, thicker strands. Selecting extensions that harmonize with your natural hair type is key to achieving a cohesive and enhanced overall look that suits your unique style.

The lifespan of Weft Hair Extensions depends on care and usage frequency. With proper care, the extensions can typically last 6 to 8 weeks before adjustments or reinstallations may be needed.