While we all love a beautiful protective hair style, nothing beats the logic of having one installed if it is going to cause more harm than good. Ultimately, no one wants to take down their sew-in only to be greeted by dry, brittle hair. Thanks to netting caps, this problem can be averted! Netting caps are perforated caps that are sewn over the braiding foundation just before the installation of sew-in hair extensions. They form a protective layer between your hair and the extension weft. If you want to know exactly why we advocate for netting cps, read on!
- Sewing extension tracks directly to your cornrow braid results in pulling and tension from the thread. The netting cap thus provides a barrier between the thread and your hair, causing minimal damage.
- Minimal tension and pulling on your braids allow them to last longer. As a result, you new style lasts longer and in good shape. The netting cap extends the lifespan of your installation by an estimated two to three weeks longer. Who doesn’t want a hairstyle that serves her for quite some time?
- Netting caps create a flat, even foundation for the installation of your hair extension. Hence your overall installation will not look bumpy. The goal here is to achieve a flawless sew-in.
- If you have thin hair, you definitely should invest in a netting cap before having your sew-in installed. The netting cap allows you to experiment with versatile styles without damaging your hair any further.
- With the netting cap, your stylist can sew the weave in any direction, as they don’t have to follow the cornrow patterns.
- Over time, as your hair grows, your installation won’t look as bad as if the installation was done on your actual hair.
- The process of taking down the extensions is much easier if a netting cap was used before their installation. When it’s time to take down the extension, one can just cut a lot of the thread off the cap while without the cap, you’ll need to cut the thread off your real hair, hence risking cutting it off!
- A netting cap allows for one to sew their wefts closer together, hence creating a fuller look especially for someone that’s installing longer lengths.
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