Learn About Our Double Drawn Hair
WHAT IS DOUBLE DRAWN VS SINGLE DRAWN HAIR?
Double drawn hair are the best hair extensions around. Time is taken to pick hairs from the donor so that the hair is about 88-90% the same length. This hair is more expensive than Single Drawn hair because it takes much more time to sift through and match up the lengths. Double drawn hair is almost the same thickness from top to bottom for a very healthy and natural look. Single drawn hair will appear thinner on the ends and is more suitable for someone looking to add only a small amount of volume.
Here are IDENTITY Hair Extensions we have 2 types of hair DOUBLE DRAWN & SINGLE DRAWN HAIR.
What are the differences?
This hair is much more expensive than Single Drawn hair because it takes much more time to process. Double drawn hair is the same thickness from top to bottom for a very healthy and natural look. This type is a great choice if the hair you are after is that of volume and glamour look. As the hair extensions are very thick right to the tip, a full bodied look will be achieved with ease.
When hair extensions are listed as double drawn, this essentially means that within a bundle of hair, the majority of shorter hairs as described above are removed and replaced with longer hairs. This means that if you were to purchase 18″ hair extensions, the hair would be thick from root to tip, as the majority of hairs (around 70-80%) within the bundle would measure the full 18 inches
Single drawn is the most common type used for clip-in extensions and are the most popular choice due to its natural finish, A standard bundle of single drawn hair will contain around 50% full-length hairs, and 50% varied length hairs.
There are many positives associated with single drawn hair extensions, As hair naturally grows from our scalp, each of our hairs will have a different growth rate, therefore an individual with naturally grown long hair will have hair that is thinner at the tips and tapers off towards the bottom. When looking for a natural finish where masses of volume is not important, single drawn hair is a great choice.
Single drawn hair is often cheaper than double drawn hair, however, if you trim the ends up by a couple of inches, they can easily be thickened to give the same overall appearance as the more expensive double drawn hair.