We are so in love with Human Hair Knotless braids, we hardly know what to do with ourselves.
So by now, we all know that knotless braids are just like regular box braids, but instead of having that visible knot at the root of the braid, the feed-in technique makes it seem like the extension is coming from your scalp.
Like all other braids, this style is typically done with synthetic braid hair.
But let’s keep it all the way real for a second, synthetic hair isn’t even the best option for this style—it’s actually human hair!
Yes, this is the more expensive option, but I promise it’s also the option that’s the most versatile, easy to maintain, and lasts the longest!
Braiders, ever did a human hair knotless install? What are your thoughts??
Sounds good right? Agreed! So let’s get into why your next style to try should be knotless braids done with human hair instead of synthetic.
Obviously, human hair is a lot more natural.
When getting knotless styles done with human hair, chances are that the braids will come out looking a lot more natural than synthetic hair. This is mostly because human hair comes in all textures and curl patterns, which means you’ll probably be able to find weftless bundles that mimic your real hair.
Not to mention that human hair is just lighter overall. This means that the tension, pulling, and friction that may come with cheaper synthetic hair isn’t exactly present when human hair enters the chat.
It’s very versatile.
Human hair can be repeatedly styled with heat, washed, and even dyed if you so please. This means that when you leave some hair out on the ends of your braids, you won’t have to worry about tangling and matting if you do some simple maintenance.
Plus, human hair likely won’t tangle like synthetic hair when you take your style down which means you should be able to save most of the hair and refresh your braids or simply it for a different style.
Chemicals are a non-factor.
So many black women are allergic to synthetic hair and it’s because the fibers are usually treated with chemicals that our hair and scalp are extremely sensitive to.
If you purchase your human braiding hair from a trusted source, you won’t run into chemically treated hair. And if there is anything lingering on the hair that may irritate you, guess what? You can safely wash it right on out!
Your takedown routine is a lot healthier.
Since human hair responds well to moisturizers and sealants because the strands can actually absorb good product, you can actually maintain a solid haircare routine that helps you avoid so much dry scalp and hair, shedding and fall out, and frizz when taking your style out.
This also means that the tough synthetic fibers aren’t rubbing up against your real hair all day and night, so you don’t have to worry too much about your hair being robbed of moisture. Sounds great to me
It’s actually great for short-term styles.
A lot of stylists do not like to use human hair for knotless braids or any other type of box braids because the texture is usually so silky, that braids begin to slip, unravel, and frizz with very little manipulation.
This may be true for certain styles, but this can easily be avoided by simply going to a stylist who knows what they’re doing. With that being said, knotless human hairstyles that need to be maintained regularly are a win!
This gives you the opportunity to change your hair often without using new hair every time or helps you break the potentially damaging habit of leaving your braids way past their prime.
Tutorials for human hair knotless braids
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Im obsessed with these human hair knotless braids, but everyone keeps calling them micros ?. Are they micros?