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When talking about the topic of Hair Weaves, it must be controversial. Why do African American women seem to wear so much weaves, Doubleleagwig want to tell you some truth about it.
Sew-in weave can add a lustrous. Weaves have been bringing gorgeous, thick locks to women especially for African American black women. Getting a weave right from the start is important to creating that relaxed-but-still-put-together look we crave.
According to a report released by Alibaba, Chinese human hair weaves are quietly becoming a foreign consumer now, accounting for more than 80% of global exports.
Every 2 seconds, a weave hair or wig will be bought by a foreigner.
Europe is rich in “baldness”, and both men and women can't escape the curse of hair loss. So how to do to save your hair?
Until someone turned on the computer and found its existence: Wig or hair piece!
The American "Glamour" magazine has revealed that half of Hollywood's hair is fake. Wei Secret has publicly opened the dressing room in front of the show, and the wigs and wigs are full of eye-catching eyes. This high-simulation and the easy-to-wear products have become a favorite of Hollywood actresses!
Other reason: For women in the Western world, hair extensions are a quick and easy beauty solution that has turned into a billion-dollar industry. After all, why wait for your own hair to grow naturally when you can seek a more rapid alternative?
Before you ask how many bundles you need with a lace frontal 360, you should think about what factor will affect your choice.
Size Of Your Head：If your head is bigger or smaller you'll need to adjust the number of bundles you purchase to accommodate that.
Length: Rule of thumb: the longer the length of your bundles, the more hair you are generally going to need. If you want a long hair weave, you should buy more hair bundles.
Texture: straight hair and curly hair are on the opposite sides of the density spectrum which must be taken into account when deciding how many bundles of weave you'll need.
Usually, you can get three bundles for your primary to sew in, that's typically the magic number for your average sew in.
With three bundles anywhere from 8 inches to 18 inch; your weave will be full, flowy, and glamorous. If your sew-in is starting with lengths over 20 inches hair weave; you might want to consider four bundles. You can see the picture below.
Tips: We recommend 2-3 for a naturally full look. Although straight hair is still full from root to tip, you might need more bundles to create a super full look. We recommend 3-4 human hair weave bundles with closure.
Step 1: Preparation
1. Using an invisible needle and thread (so it seems like the thread just disappears).
2.Getting the threaded needle lying next to the spool.
Step 2: Sew-in
Braid the hair in parallel format from front to back. Then I place the weave on the head and feel out the braids and part around the head.
Always make sure you line the hair up right where you want it to be. Using hair pins to pin it in place. Then we begin to sew right above the temples, down and around to the other side (there is no thread right in the very top).
It is very important to take the needle under the braid that way it forces the lace to lay down flat.
Step 3: Final Product
After I'm done sewing, I flip up the edges and apply my adhesive. That's it......The finished product.
The amount of time you can keep your weave hair bundles in depends on your hair type, hair texture, and skin type. It also depends on the type of wig/weave you go for. Weaves have a shorter lifespan than wigs of approximately three to four weeks. How often should you wash it?
This is very much down to personal preference but also depends on how many times a week you are wearing your wet n wavy human hair weave (if it is a wig). If you’re wearing it every day, it may need a weekly wash and condition. For weaves, this is slightly different as it is recommended to wash it less to avoid loosening the braid base.
Synthetic hair may still be popular, but it cannot be heat-styled, curled or straightened. So for more permanent extensions salons rely on human hair.
With it comes an array of jargon.
There is Remi hair (all strands face the same way and often come from just one person's head); virgin hair (unprocessed); double drawn (all the same length). The hair can be attached with a weave – when strips of extra hair, called a weft, are sewn into thin plaits of the customer's own hair – or attached to the customer's own hair using micro rings, or even glue.
But while such terms may trip off the tongue of dedicated customers, few seem interested in the human beings it came from.
In general, the differences between the two are still very obvious, mainly in the following aspects:
Synthetic hair is composed of some chemical materials, there is no care cost and collection cost as the human hair, so its price in the market is much lower than a real human hair.
The human virgin hair can be restyled such as dyed, steamed, straighten. But the synthetic hair is very sensitive. It is hard to change another style.
The human virgin hair is easier to blend with your own hair, and the lifespan of human virgin hair extension is longer than the synthetic one. That is the most important reason why people love human virgin hair extensions instead of the synthetic one.
Yes, you can color and dye your human hair extensions if you want ombre human hair weave. You can also
straighten, curl, style, air dry it.
You can definitely take out your own weave - it's not as hard as it may seem. When putting in a weave, the corners are doubled up with thread for security. So, if you just cut that thread, it unravels. It only takes about an hour but, again, this depends on how fast you are.
There are so many amazing styles to choose from when it comes to wigs or hair weaves.
If you ever thought about trying a new color for your hair the options are literally endless and there is no style out of the question.
Whichever best fits your hair circumstances you can feel comfortable knowing you have so many options to choose from.
So shop around and make your appointment with your stylist today, your next best hairstyle is waiting on you.