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What is "Loop & Brush Fringe" - Definition & Explanation

A combination of a loop and cut brush fringe style within the same trimming.

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Usually a nylon/polyester blended yarn that is spun into a microfiber like fabric. It is then brushed twice to achieve the suede touch. The first brushing is applied before dyeing and the second...

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