Hand-tied Weft with other wefts

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