Machine Tied Wefts are made by tying hair into a fine mesh, adding reinforcement by stitching through the mesh and finalizing the wefts with a polyurethane (PU) bond to prevent shedding while still keeping it lightweight and customizable. Ideal for Medium to Thick Hair
Machine weft is hair that has been sewn-in together using a machine. In order for the machine to sow in these hairs together, there has to be enough hair to catch the needle and thread. If the machine does not catch all the hairs at once, shedding can occur. Nonetheless, it is just excess hair, nothing to be concerned about. The lining of this type of weft is thicker than a hand-tied. Which also results in having thicker density for that needed volume. Machine weft is very commonly bought and used.