This needle is very strong and almost "indestructible " . They will blunt most of the time, rather than break. If handled correctly, this needle is suitable for beginners, but the needle must be held in the correct position, to catch the hair. In addition, if rooted in the conventional technique ( placing a streak and stab it ) it will usually grab only 1-2 hairs and thus a Microrooting is possible . The fork needle can not be used for the Directional Mono Rooting , since it is impossible to place at a flat angle and root. Rooting is in a upright position. This needle leaves a circular needle hole that is more visible depending on the hair color used.