If you want to experiment with hair extensions, you should know the following terms: Single drawn and double drawn and the difference between them. This article will partially understand what hair extensions you should buy.
|Single drawn hair extensions
|Double drawn hair extensions
|Hair in each strand barely has the same length
A standard bundle of single drawn hair will contain around 50% full length hairs, and 50% different combination of lengths. This means that the hair becomes thinner when getting close to the ends, while it is thicker at the tip of the bundle
|Hair in each strand has the same length
This means that the hair will be thick from root to tip (contains 70-80% full length hairs)
|Low cost, cheaper than double drawn hair extensions
Because less work involved in processing
|More expensive but more qualified
Because workers have to remove shorter hair and cut the hair ends by hands. Then the hair will be sewn in a weft.
|Single drawn hair is cut from the ponytail of one donor only
Therefore, the hair length is uneven
|While Single Drawn hair is uneven, Double Drawn Hair is even from either side.
|Who suitable for
|Single drawn hair can give you natural locks.
Because if hair naturally grows from our scalp, each strand of our hairs often have a different length. And this is apparently one feature of single drawn hair
|Double drawn hair can give you voluminous locks. Because the hair extensions are very thick right to the tip, a full bodied look will be achieved with ease.