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Youngsee Hair

Virgin Hand Tied Weft Extensions Human Hair Weave Whitest Blonde #1000 |Youngsee

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Length: 14" 10G
Weight (10-15 bundles for a full head): 12 BUNDLES (Full Head)


Hand-tied weft extensions are known for their ability to create a natural and undetectable appearance which are a type of weft that is hand sewn to give you the thinnest track of hair and work particularly well on fine hair. YoungSee hand tied wefts are extremely flexible and the most flexible weft on the market. Since they are lighter than flat wefts and genius wefts, hand-tied wefts tend to be easier to conceal as they lie flat to your head which is why lots of our customers with fine hair really love them.

  • TYPE: Weft Hair Extensions (100% Virgin Human Hair)
  • COLOR: Whitest Blonde #1000
  • WEIGHT: 14"-18" 10g/bundle, 20"-24" 15g/bundle
  • LENGTH: 14"-24" 
  • SETTING: Can be washed, dyed, cut, styled and curled
  • TEXTURE: Natural straight, with a natural wave when wet or left to air dry or diffused.
  • LIFESPAN: 6-12 Months
  • RECOMMENDED AMOUNT: 10-15 bundles (100-150g) for a full head.



    • Thin & Undetectable: Merge your dream hair with yours is thin, allowing the extensions to lay flat against your hair and become one with it, which is lightweight and thin weft seam sought by stylists and clients.
    • Great for Thin Hair: The track on hand-tied extensions is much thinner than machine wefts and is great for thin hair or fine hair, as the weft is lighter and more flexible. It lays close to scalp, flat and flexible, much thinner and not as bulky as a machine weft.
    • Avoids Tangling: The benefit of using hand-tied hair extensions is that every weft is individually hand stitched. They are created with high precision so each weft is very strong and prevents shedding and helps create a perfect blend. That creates a seamless, ultra-thin extension that is virtually undetectable.
    • Can't be Cut: Hand-tied wefts come pre-cut into smaller pieces and should not be cut, as they will unravel and become unusable.

    Deatails & features of hand tied weft

    Length: 14" 10G
    Weight (10-15 bundles for a full head): 12 BUNDLES (Full Head)


    Do you know how to choose the length of hair extensions? The image below shows the before and after of wearing hair extensions and the conversion between inches and centimeters. If you don't know which size is right for you, you can refer to the picture below.

    How to Choose Hair Length?


    There are some real pictures after choosing the correct length.

    Before and after comparison of wearing youngsee hair extensions

    Before and after comparison of wearing youngsee hair extensions

    Before and after comparison of wearing youngsee hair extensions

                 how to care for hair extensions?

    1. Brushing

    Get an extension brush. This is vital, you will literally rip your head of hair out if you try and brush them continuously with a normal brush, so seriously get one, they are only about $15 and worth every cent.

    2. Roots

    This is brushing continued you could say - because it is hella important to never brush your roots. Why? Because this is where your extensions are bonded to your head and you will damage them and potentially pull them out if you brush them. Instead, finger your hands through the roots to keep them from tangling and then hold your hair in a fist just under your ear and then brush the ends. By holding your hair you are taking pressure off the bonds, therefore, keeping them tight.

    get an extensions brush

    3. Shampoo

    Choose a natural or extension friendly shampoo. Stay away from any shampoo with Sodium Laurel Sulfate (SLS) as this often damages and corrodes the bonds.

    4. Washing

    When in the shower, turn the temperature to cold just before you get out and give your hair a blast of the cold shower, this will help keep your bonds once again nice and tight and close your pores too. *NEVER wash your hair over the bath as all the bonds will tangle. Always wash your hair standing up.Wash the hair with mild conditioning and shampoo in warm water, 2-3 times every week.

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    5. Drying

    Always fully dry your bonds, you can leave the ends dry naturally if you want, but it is very important to keep the roots bone dry. Another tip is to put your hair dryer on the cold setting, as it is once again, you guessed it, better for the bonds.

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    6. At night

    When sleeping, a very good tip I learned is to plait your hair before you go to bed, not only does this give your hair a fab beachy wave when you wake up, but it also keeps your hair from tangling. Success.

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    8.Store Your Extensions

    When you’re not wearing your luxuries, store them away properly. L for P sells cute storage bags that can be hung in your closet. This will protect the hair from tangling up or getting mixed up with your belongings. The storage bag is also great for traveling.

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    9. Hair spray or styling

    Hairspray is OK, just remember to properly wash it out the next day!

    The temperature during the crimping or straightening process needs to be lower than 180℃

    Hair spray or styling

    10. Itching

    When you get a new set of extensions, especially your first set ever, it is normal for them to feel a little itchy. Often it's just your head getting used to them and sometimes it could be because you need to give them a wash. Obviously, if itching persists, go to your hair technician but usually, it is normal!

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    How to choose the appropriate hair weft?

    Hand-tied vs. Machine Weft

    Hand-tied Weft

    • Construction: Crafted by hand. Individual strands of hair are tied together, creating a thin, flexible weft.
    • Thickness: Thinner compared to machine wefts, which allows for a more seamless and natural blend with natural hair.
    • Flexibility: Higher level of flexibility, conform closely to the shape of the head, making them more comfortable to wear.
    • Can't be cut: As they will unravel and become unusable.

    Sew in Machine Weft

    • Construction: Created using a machine sewing technique. Strands of hair are sewn together, creating a wider and thicker weft.
    • Thickness: Thicker compared to hand-tied wefts.
    • Rigidity: Less flexible due to their construction.
    • Can be cut: Can be cut to any desired width for ultimate customizable hair. And no excess unraveling when cutting weft.


    Hand-tied vs. Machine Weft


    Which one should I choose among Genius Weft, Hand-tied Weft, Flat Silk Weft and Machine-sewn Weft?

    At YoungSee, there are 4 most popular wefts. They are the most perfect Genius Weft without baby hair, the flat and comfortable Flat Silk Weft, the Hand-tied Weft specially designed for fine & thin hair that is invisible but not cutable, and the thickest and most affordable Machine-sewn Weft. 

    The images below presents you with a captivating visual journey that unveils the unique advantages and differences of four popular weft styles. While our spotlight shines brightly on the incredible Genius Weft, we understand that everyone has their own preferences and needs when it comes to hair extensions. Our goal is to provide you with a comprehensive overview so that you can make an informed decision and discover the perfect hair extensions that will unleash your inner beauty. 
    The difference between YoungSee 4 weft
    the unique advantages and differences of four wefts
    How to apply hair weft?

    There are 4 ways to install Hair Weft: 

    • Directly Sew: Sew weft directly into your hair.
    • With Micro Ring: Using beads allows you to attach hair.
    • With Glue: Fasten the tape to the seam of the weft, glue the hair pieces into your hair.
    • With Clips: Sew the small clips onto the weft.
    How to apply hair weft


    Why choose Virgin Hair?
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    What is Virgin Hair?

    • Virgin hair is directly taken from the human head and does not undergo any chemical alteration or cleansing process. It has to be 100% pure.
    • It cannot have gone through any kind of chemical processing, so when you purchase this hair, it has not been permed, bleached, blow-dried, gone through any other chemical processing.
    • It's from one single donor, so each bundle you buy should be from the same donors(the donor could be Indian, Malaysian, Brazilian, etc). This has not been exposed to any kinds of harsh agents and the cuticles all still have to be intact and running in the same direction.

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      Virgin Hair VS. Remy Hair

      With the popularity of hair extensions, hair-receiving enthusiasts have more choices. There are many different types of hair extensions in the market today, so what is best for you? What is the difference between different hair extensions and what is virgin hair? Why is virgin hair so popular? Next, let’s understand the difference between virgin hair and remy hair.
      The difference between remy hair and virgin hair
      Youngsee virgin hair VS Regular Human hair


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      FAQ on Hand-tied Weft

      1. What not to do with hand tied weft?

      - First, do not cut them. Second, you want to avoid sleeping with wet or damp hair when wearing hand tied weft. It can cause the shorter return hairs of the weft (the top two inches) to become matted. This matting can ruin your hand tied weft and they will be difficult for your professional stylist to remove.

      2. Does hand tied weft get shorter over time?

      - Some hair may last about eight months to 1 year. At that point, they will have significantly reduced in volume due to shedding, gotten shorter due to dead ends. That's when it's time to replace the hair. Every 6-8 weeks, you need to go to the salon to have your hair moved up.

      3. Is one row of hand tied weft enough?

      - The number of rows you need will be determined by what your end goal is. If you want to just add thickness or volume and keep the same length, you will just need to add one row of hand tied weft. If you want to add length, even just a couple of inches, you will need to add two or more full rows.

      4. Why is my hand tied weft so itchy?

      - Your scalp is going through an adjustment period before getting used to the hair extensions, which are typically heavier than your natural hair. The added weight can cause a strain on your scalp, which is the reason itchiness occurs after you have installed the new extensions.

      5. Can I workout with hand tied extensions?

      - Your hand-tied weft will be where they belong, whether you are going to the gym, working out, or leaving. Treat them like your own hair, and they will flow in luxurious style. Hand-tied extensions stay in place so you can work out in confidence.

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