Double Drawn Deep Curly Bulk Human Hair For Braiding BU01
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Our double-drawn bulk hair uses higher-grade hair, which is consistent in thickness from root to end, with only a few short hairs. They are fuller, fluffy, not easy to tangle and shed, and have a long service life—a good choice for braids.
Hair No.: BU01
Hair Type: Cambodia Virgin Hair
Hair Color: Natural Black
HOW TO: BOHO BOB KNOTLESS BRAIDS | TRIANGLE PARTS Ft. YG WIGS⏬
Youtuber BeautyWithTy: A tutorial on creating boho bob knotless braids with triangle parts, featuring YG Wigs' human hair and other products.
- 00:00: Introduction to using YG Wig's human hair for braids; identifies real human hair.
- 00:42: Discusses using deep wave synthetic hair and demonstrates cutting and styling methods.
- 01:27: Introduction of homemade flaxseed gel and starting the braiding process from the back.
- 01:58: Reflects on the unexpected difficulty of the process, highlighting the importance of synthetic hair.
- 02:49: Explains creating triangle parts and starts working on the second bundle of human hair.
- 03:31: Demonstrates how to achieve triangle parts and begins cutting hair into a bob.
- 04:07: Continues with braiding, focusing on achieving a U-shaped pattern.
- 04:41: Explains braid technique using a combination of human and synthetic hair.
- 05:18: Describes securing braids with flat irons and cutting them into a bob.
- 05:56: Details the process of adding human hair to braids and using homemade gel.
- 06:33: Discusses finishing techniques and asks for feedback on the video style.
- 07:11: Reflects on the total time taken and the challenges faced with human hair.
- 07:47: Seeks suggestions for edge control products and shares personal preferences.
- 08:26: Concludes with a recap of the hair used and styles the braided bob in various ways.
- 09:56: Demonstrates different styling options for the braided bob and wraps up the tutorial.
- 10:59: Ends with showcasing ten different styles for the braided bob.
HOW TO: DEEP CURLY DIY GODDESS KNOTLESS| @ygwigs HUMAN HAIR+ TRIANGLE PARTS + SUPER QUICK⏬
The video features Jai Danielle demonstrating a hairstyle using 20-inch deep wave hair bundles from YG Wigs.
Jai is thrilled with the quality of the hair and shows the process of creating triangle part braids, praising the thickness and realness of the curls.
- (00:00) Jay starts by expressing excitement about the hairstyle she is about to showcase.
- (00:40) She mentions her admiration for natural hair styles and introduces YG Wigs, thanking them for sponsoring the video.
- (01:12) Jay highlights the quality of the 20-inch deep wave hair bundles provided by Y Wigs and mentions trying triangle parts for the first time.
- (02:13) She appreciates the dense bundles, the extra items provided, and the customer service from YG Wigs.
- (03:09) Jay shares her method of preparing the hair for braiding, emphasizing the importance of sectioning.
- (03:33) Demonstrates her parting method to create triangle parts, explaining the use of gel to define the parts.
- (04:22) Jay shows the process of starting the braid, feeding in human hair at the base for volume, and then feeding in the braiding hair.
- (05:52) She advises on checking the parts periodically to ensure they are even and symmetrical.
- (06:52) Jay shares a method to secure the ends of the braids without cutting her own hair.
- (07:19) Emphasizes the importance of precise parting to achieve a neat finished look, showing how she manages the triangle parts.
- (09:02) Jay mentions the total time spent on the hairstyle (about 6 hours) and shows the finished braiding part of the style, praising the crispness of the parts.
- (10:26) Demonstrates her method of curling the ends of the braids using thread, explaining that the method helps match the curl pattern to the human hair.
- (12:03) Jay trims the hair to her desired length, careful not to cut her natural hair, and expresses satisfaction with the texture and quality of the YG Wigs hair.
- (13:23) Gives a 360-degree view of the completed hairstyle, mentions how soft and lightweight the hair feels, and thanks Y Wigs for sponsoring the video.
- (14:21) Provides a link to Y Wigs in the description, praises the ease of feeding in the hair, and invites questions and interactions in the comments section before signing off.
NATURAL HAIR UPDATE + CURLY BUN TUTORIAL ft YGWIGS⏬
Doll provides a tutorial on how to enhance a natural bun with the use of bulk hair. Doll is seen guiding viewers on how to integrate YGWigs' curly bulk hair into her natural hair bun.
- (00:05) The YouTuber starts by highlighting the challenge of wanting more volume for her natural hair bun.
- (00:48) Credits YG Wigs for sponsoring the video and introducing the curly bulk hair. Notes that while the 20-inch length was used, a longer size might be better for the style.
- (01:55) She shares a discovery about how fast her hair dries without any product.
- (02:31) The tutorial begins: hydrating her hair, giving a natural hair update, and explaining how she styles her hair in a bun.
- (03:44) She shares her preference in hair gel and demonstrates its application to style her hair.
- (05:21) Explains how to braid and form a bun.
- (06:05) Incorporates the bulk hair, wrapping it around her own bun and securing it with bobby pins.
- (07:12) Demonstrates the process of creating baby hairs and setting the style.
- (07:47) Gives a brief history of her natural hair journey, including her big chop.
- (08:15) Encourages viewers to check out the YG Wigs' bulk hair product and asks if they'd like to see more bulk hair tutorials.
Curly bun with bangs tutorial *updated version | ft YG wigs | Cennedy Elexis⏬
Cennedy Elexis demonstrates how to achieve a curly high messy bun using hair extensions from YG Wigs.
She provides a step-by-step guide, highlighting the ease and natural appearance of the hairstyle. Kennedy also introduces a unique method for adding bangs with a small amount of hair and lace glue.
- 00:01 Kennedy introduces the video topic and recalls the popularity of her previous curly high messy bun video.
- 00:32 Discusses the importance of clean, oil-free hair for the tape-in process.
- 01:34 Begins the process of applying edge control to achieve a sleek look.
- 02:20 Demonstrates how to create the bun using a hair tie.
- 04:59 Introduces the bulk hair from YG wigs, emphasizing its quality and thickness.
- 06:09 Shows how to wrap the hair around the existing bun to create volume and the desired messy look.
- 07:51 Displays the completed bun, emphasizing its natural appearance.
- 08:11 Demonstrates how to attach bangs using a small section of hair and lace glue.
- 09:55 Kennedy showcases the completed look and compares it to her previous crochet bun tutorial.
- 10:20 Concludes the video, teasing her upcoming event and encouraging viewers to ask questions.
Double Drawn Hair vs Single Drawn Hair
|Hair Type||Hair Volume|
|Single Drawn||About 25% full-length sized hair + 75% short hair|
|Double Drawn||About 50% full-length sized hair + 50% short hair|
|Super Double Drawn||About 80% full-length sized hair + 20% short hair|
Some Useful Tips for Braiding with Bulk Hair
When using bulk human hair to braid, there are several factors that you should pay attention to:
- Hair Prep: Your natural hair should be cleaned and conditioned before braiding. This will ensure it is in good condition and looks as natural as possible.
- Matching Hair: The color and texture of bulk hair should match your natural hair as closely as possible unless you want a contrasting look. A mismatch can make braids look unnatural.
- Braiding Technique: Braiding requires skill, and braiding too tightly can cause tension headaches and even traction alopecia (hair loss due to stress on the hair). It's usually a good idea to have a professional braid your hair, especially if you're new to it.
- Hair Care: Regular care is required to keep your hair and scalp healthy after braiding. This includes regular washing (be mindful of the scalp underneath the braid), moisturizing, and not letting the braid sit on for too long. It is generally recommended to remove or redo braids after 6-8 weeks to prevent hair and scalp damage.
Remember that everyone's hair is different, so what works best for one person may not work well for another. It's always a good idea to consult a professional stylist to find the best methods and products for your particular hairstyle and needs.