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How To Do A Proper Sew In Hair?

Postby unicehairjerry on 01 Nov 2021, 07:55

A Sew in weave is a way used to add hair extensions or hair bundles onto people's natural hair to add more volume and length. It means longer and thicker hair. Sew in weaves is installed by Braiding the natural hair into a cornrow pattern. Use a sewing needle to sew a weft, or track of hair weaves. It is a method that has been used for a very long time. Many wigs and bundles lovers use this technique to install weave hair.

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How to do A Sew-in Weave?

A Sew in weave can offer the best solution to create your desirable hairstyles and hair colors without damaging your natural hair. This protective hairstyle varies from various designs decided by how protective you'd like the style to be. Some will choose a more normal and adaptable look with the half Sew-in which anticipates that you should use some of your hair to blend over the tracks of hair bundles.

Full Sew in hair can be a great way to secure the natural hair and bundles, which requires most of your natural hair to sew weaves. Using this way can cover most parts of the braiding tracks and make the sew in hair and hd closure look more natural and more secure. And this way requires no heat application, only hair braiding.

Here we offer some ideas to do a proper sew in
1. Wash And Condition Your Natural Hair

Start by having your hair washed and dried. You should make sure that your hair is washed off any product remains since your hair probably will not be cleaned and conditioned underneath the weaves. It is best to let the hair dry naturally instead of using a blow-drier. And trim the leave out and make sure they leave out hair conditioned.

2. Pick An Right Braiding Pattern

It is important to have the right hair braiding pattern. A great braiding pattern can avoid hair breakage caused by braiding the natural hair and insecure sew in hair. You should pick the best braiding hair pattern for your hair texture and hair length. And make sure that you opt for the right pattern for blending the human hair bundles and lace closure with your natural hair. There are some of the most common ways to braid hair. For example, straight back cornrows, crossover pattern, vixen braiding, beehive braiding, zig-zag braiding Patterns, etc.

3. Sew The Net On The Natural Hair

One of the ways to protect the natural hair is to sew a hair net onto the braiding hair. It can offer a stronger cornrow base for the sew in and help the weaves stay longer and have a longer lifespan. The hair stores usually will sell hair bundles that come with a wig cap or hair net.

4. Use Closure Or Frontal Hair

You can also have your natural hair sewn in with closure hair, including 5*5 closure, 4*4 closure, and 13*4 frontal to make a more natural look. The hair closure and frontal can make the installment easier, and secure for the sew in the hair on braiding cornrow. And they can offer a great protective style for natural hair away from heat and chemical dye. And make sure that you start sewing the hair around the edge and use a hair net to protect the natural before applying any hair closure and frontal.

5. Pay Attention To The Tracks

Most people will sew the bundles onto the braiding tracks to hide the natural hair and create a more natural look. Begin sewing from the back to the top and lay the hair close to the natural hair with right tightness. As for the sewing methods, you can choose to lay single tracks, or twofold the weaves up. Make sure that the sew look natural with the right amount of hair bundles near me, usually 3 bundles or 4 bundles will suffice to cover the tracks.

6. Choose The Quality Hair Bundles

The quality of hair bundles matters. There are many brands out there, on the internet, in the outlet stores. We suggest that using human hair bundles for the sew in due to the durabilities and natural-looking. The types of human hair weave usually include Brazilian hair, Indian hair, Peruvian hair, etc. Though quality human hair bundles cost more. It can save a lot of time for you to style and color instead of processing it on your natural hair. Most importantly, human hair usually blends the natural hair well with the right length and hair texture.

Remember before you buy your sew in weave, that you always get what you pay for. Your best bet is to physically shop for a weave if you're doing it for the first time. Shopping for sew in weaves can be tricky and you should wear your weaves first to make sure that they're the perfect fit for you before you purchase them.

7. Take Care Of The Sew In Weave And Natural Hair

Though the hair weave can save a lot of time in styling. You should give hair weave routine maintenance and clean natural hair under the weaves once in a while. Many people suffer from itch scalp and dandruff when wearing hair weaves. That may be caused by a poorly cleaning routine and proper condition for both natural hair and weave hair. Here is some advice on how to take care of hair extensions.

And many people probably would wonder that wearing a body wave weaves whether affects natural hair growth. There is no strict answer to yes or no for this question. If you just wear the weaves and don't take good care of your natural hair, you might suffer from hair loss or hair breakage especially in winter. The hair will get damped and the scalp will become itchy due to the humidity and high temperature in the summertime. But it doesn't mean that you will definitely have some of the above problems. You can start by having a diet that is good for hair growth and having a regular cleansing routine and hair conditioning, your natural hair will be fine under the weaves.
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Re: How To Do A Proper Sew In Hair?

Postby unicehairjerry on 01 Nov 2021, 07:56

unicehairjerry wrote:A Sew in weave is a way used to add hair extensions or hair bundles onto people's natural hair to add more volume and length. It means longer and thicker hair. Sew in weaves is installed by Braiding the natural hair into a cornrow pattern. Use a sewing needle to sew a weft, or track of hair weaves. It is a method that has been used for a very long time. Many wigs and bundles lovers use this technique to install weave hair.

sew in hair
How to do A Sew-in Weave?

A Sew in weave can offer the best solution to create your desirable hairstyles and hair colors without damaging your natural hair. This protective hairstyle varies from various designs decided by how protective you'd like the style to be. Some will choose a more normal and adaptable look with the half Sew-in which anticipates that you should use some of your hair to blend over the tracks of hair bundles.

Full Sew in hair can be a great way to secure the natural hair and bundles, which requires most of your natural hair to sew weaves. Using this way can cover most parts of the braiding tracks and make the sew in hair and hd closure look more natural and more secure. And this way requires no heat application, only hair braiding.

Here we offer some ideas to do a proper sew in
1. Wash And Condition Your Natural Hair

Start by having your hair washed and dried. You should make sure that your hair is washed off any product remains since your hair probably will not be cleaned and conditioned underneath the weaves. It is best to let the hair dry naturally instead of using a blow-drier. And trim the leave out and make sure they leave out hair conditioned.

2. Pick An Right Braiding Pattern

It is important to have the right hair braiding pattern. A great braiding pattern can avoid hair breakage caused by braiding the natural hair and insecure sew in hair. You should pick the best braiding hair pattern for your hair texture and hair length. And make sure that you opt for the right pattern for blending the human hair bundles and lace closure with your natural hair. There are some of the most common ways to braid hair. For example, straight back cornrows, crossover pattern, vixen braiding, beehive braiding, zig-zag braiding Patterns, etc.

3. Sew The Net On The Natural Hair

One of the ways to protect the natural hair is to sew a hair net onto the braiding hair. It can offer a stronger cornrow base for the sew in and help the weaves stay longer and have a longer lifespan. The hair stores usually will sell hair bundles that come with a wig cap or hair net.

4. Use Closure Or Frontal Hair

You can also have your natural hair sewn in with closure hair, including 5*5 closure, 4*4 closure, and 13*4 frontal to make a more natural look. The hair closure and frontal can make the installment easier, and secure for the sew in the hair on braiding cornrow. And they can offer a great protective style for natural hair away from heat and chemical dye. And make sure that you start sewing the hair around the edge and use a hair net to protect the natural before applying any hair closure and frontal.

5. Pay Attention To The Tracks

Most people will sew the bundles onto the braiding tracks to hide the natural hair and create a more natural look. Begin sewing from the back to the top and lay the hair close to the natural hair with right tightness. As for the sewing methods, you can choose to lay single tracks, or twofold the weaves up. Make sure that the sew look natural with the right amount of hair bundles near me, usually 3 bundles or 4 bundles will suffice to cover the tracks.

6. Choose The Quality Hair Bundles

The quality of hair bundles matters. There are many brands out there, on the internet, in the outlet stores. We suggest that using human hair bundles for the sew in due to the durabilities and natural-looking. The types of human hair weave usually include Brazilian hair, Indian hair, Peruvian hair, etc. Though quality human hair bundles cost more. It can save a lot of time for you to style and color instead of processing it on your natural hair. Most importantly, human hair usually blends the natural hair well with the right length and hair texture.

Remember before you buy your sew in weave, that you always get what you pay for. Your best bet is to physically shop for a weave if you're doing it for the first time. Shopping for sew in weaves can be tricky and you should wear your weaves first to make sure that they're the perfect fit for you before you purchase them.

7. Take Care Of The Sew In Weave And Natural Hair

Though the hair weave can save a lot of time in styling. You should give hair weave routine maintenance and clean natural hair under the weaves once in a while. Many people suffer from itch scalp and dandruff when wearing hair weaves. That may be caused by a poorly cleaning routine and proper condition for both natural hair and weave hair. Here is some advice on how to take care of hair extensions.

And many people probably would wonder that wearing a body wave weaves whether affects natural hair growth. There is no strict answer to yes or no for this question. If you just wear the weaves and don't take good care of your natural hair, you might suffer from hair loss or hair breakage especially in winter. The hair will get damped and the scalp will become itchy due to the humidity and high temperature in the summertime. But it doesn't mean that you will definitely have some of the above problems. You can start by having a diet that is good for hair growth and having a regular cleansing routine and hair conditioning, your natural hair will be fine under the weaves.
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