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First associated with afro hair types, hair weave extensions have now become popular with all types of hair, because they are so versatile.
It’s a fast and effective way to create a new hairstyle, have shorter or longer hair, add colour to the hair without using any chemicals or have it done temporarily for a special occasion.
Weave extensions are also great if you are growing out a hair relaxer or perm. The salon offers full head weaves, half head weaves or rows of weave to create the desired look.
A weave can add volume, length or could add a fringe or maybe a flash of colour. One can have curly, straight, wavy, coloured, short or long hair. Whatever look the individual wants!
The weaving process consists of cane rowing the desired sections of hair then sewing a weft of hair directly to the cane rowed hair.
A weave is fantastic because it gives you the opportunity to try a different style or colour without committing to changing your own hair. The weave is a wonderful way to create a new style as it gives you the opportunity to add length to natural hair.
Even more importantly, weaves give hair a healthy window to rest, grow out a relaxer and add fullness and body to hair.
Why Get A Weave?
A weave is a wonderful way to create a new style as it gives the opportunity to add length to your natural hair. Even more importantly, weaves give hair a healthy window to rest, grow out a relaxer and add fullness and body to hair.
What Are The Different Types Of Weaves?
Deciding which type of weave is right for you to depend on a number of factors:
How long you’d like it to last for?
The length and amount of volume a person is hoping to achieve, for example. The choice can sometimes be confusing, so if considering a weave anytime soon.
Sewing: Hair is cornrowed, and then wefts of hair are sewn onto the braided hair.
Strand by strand: Hair is divided into small sections, each braided an inch or more, with extensions then sewn or wrapped with thread to secure it.
Interlocking: This is a variation of the sewing technique but without the cornrow. A micro-thin weft is sewn onto the loose hair.
Fusion: Strands of human hair are attached to sections of hair with a keratin-protein bond that matches the hair colour.
Bonding: Wefts of hair are glued to the shaft of hair close to the scalp.