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Fashion Blog Wed Jul 01 2020
Making our sew-in weave hair become more natural is what every girls expected and want after a long time of wearing sew in weave hair. What is cooler than when you walk out on street and your weave hair can bring you a great confidence. The weave hair even though that it is made from 100% human natural hair, but it is inevitable that they will still look fake during our use. To make it more natural, you should follow tips in this article.
1. Use less heat to your natural sew in weave hair
One of the great ways to make your sew in weave hair become more natural, that is you try to limit heat using as much as possible. The heat that comes from the styling tools or iron machine can make your natural hair turn dry and rough! Your sew-in weave hair won’t keep its shine as it was. Your virgin hair is a type of hair that has not been through any kinds of chemical processes. Therefore, just like your natural hair, your virgin sew-in weave hair will react to heat the same way your natural hair will. Repeated use of styling tools will cause your hair damaged and frayed extensions. Instead of curling irons, you can try a rod set. It will stretch out that cuticle and makes the hair nice and shiny and healthy and also give your hair a full volume.
2. Wash your sew in weave hair like your own hair
Washing hair is very important, if you buy your virgin hair, you need to know how to take care of your sew in weave hair and know how to wash your sew in weave hair properly. After you wash your hair, just let your sew-in weave hair dry naturally, to avoid the hair getting wet that can cause odour and mildew problems.
3. Cut your best hair sew in weave to fit your face
Look at your own hairline and hair are grooves along your hairline that are uniquely yours. Treat the weave in the same manner; shape the hair to fit your own taste and what looks good on you. If you can, it's always a good idea to get the hair professionally trimmed and shaped, opting for layers that frame the face.
4. Make use of your own hairline
Applying the weave further back on the head in the middle or towards the back will eliminate the need to worry about hairlines. The only challenge would be to match your own hair to that of the weave using tools, such as perm rods or flexible rods for curly hair weave or flat ironing your own hair to match straight weave hair.
5. Try a top closure hair piece
Top closure hair pieces are a handy-dandy solution to covering cornrow braids but still appearing just the way your scalp would if you were wearing your natural hair parted. Top human hair closure come in all sorts of shapes and sizes and the options ensure that you will be able to find something that fits your style.With the closure the same thing applies don't be afraid to alter it to suit you, taking extra care not to ruin the unit in the process.
6. Take good care of the extensions
Remy hair weave is much popular. Caring for Remy hair weave extensions is a necessity when trying to maintain a natural camouflaged look.Ensure that the hair is cared for according to the instructions of a professional so that it can maintain the structure it had when you blended it on that first day. This will ensure that your human hair remains naturally on point at all times.
7. Pay attention to the quality of the hair
Cheap hair can buy everywhere, but it can not guarantee the quality, and can not blend well.Take the time to research and choose the best type of hair extension for you. If having hair that is natural looking and closely matches your own is your goal then the quality of the hair, the texture, and the color should all be considered when trying to choose the extensions that best fit your need.
8. Put away the hair products
All you need to care for a weave is a good natural shampoo and a good conditioner. Maybe a bit of heat protection spray if you wish to use a flat iron. Nothing more. Greasy weaves weighed down with product does not scream natural to anybody!
9. Wear believable lengths
A good rule of thumb is to never wear a weave that’s more than 4 inches longer than your own hair. I know a lot of you will not agree with me on this but hear me out. However good your weave is, sometimes you get that ‘separation’ of hair between the tracks and your leave out, this would not be a problem unless you own hair is 2 inches in length while the weave is 18 inches, it just doesn’t look , well, believable. An extreme example I know but if your hair is say, 7 inches long, you can get one pack at 10 inches and another pack at 12 inches. The idea is to have the longest weave (12 inch in this case) at the bottom to give you the length and the shorter weave at the top closer to your leave out hair. You end up with natural looking layers that you can have a good stylist refine with a bit of snipping to give a more seamless look. As your hair grows, you can then increase the lengths of your weaves to match. I have only just started wearing 18 inch weaves because my hair is now 14 inches long!
We hope these tips are useful for you to make your sew in weave hair look natural. By all of these steps above, we hope that you will have a good solution for making your sew in weave hair become great all the time. Although I believe that wearing your own hair majority of the time is the best way to promote healthy hair habits, I am partial to a good sew in every now and again and with these tips, I’m sure you will be well your way to an outrageously natural looking weave!