This is an expensive procedure in which each private hair or group of hairs is attached to a synthetic hair (or more). Then, as the natural hair grows out, these weaved hairs move even more and further away from the scalp, so to manage this issue (100% of individuals have this issue), these attachments are moved down the hair shafts to bring them closer to the scalp. Hair grows at a rate of 1/2 inch each month, so this modification needs to be made a minimum of as soon as a month or perhaps more regularly. The 2nd issue that these specific hair weaves bring, is traction alopecia (loss of the hairs that these weaves are attached to), so the person who utilizes this technique will find that they have less and less natural hair in time, causing significant balding in a matter of years. The short-term fulfillment that the individual receives from this thickening procedure is substantially balanced out by future hair loss.
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