Fashion Blog Wed Jan 31 2024
Your sew-in hair extensions will become loose overtime no matter how well you have been installed. There are many reasons for that, including natural hair growth, low maintenance, or poor installation process. So, how to solve that issue? You have to tighten your extensions again. If you are a newbie or basically don’t have experience in tight sew-in hair extensions at home, this blog is for you. In this blog, I will let you know the complete guide to tighten sew-in hair extensions at home.
Tightening sew-in hair extensions is essential for a few key reasons. First, it helps to keep the extensions secure and prevents them from slipping or coming loose as your natural hair grows. This is important, especially when you're active or styling your hair, as it ensures your hairstyle stays stable.
Additionally, tightening the extensions helps to reduce tangling and matting. Loose extensions are more likely to get tangled, which can be tough to untangle and can lead to damage. By keeping the extensions aligned and in place, tightening reduces the risk of tangles and mats.
Lastly, regularly tightening the extensions can also prevent damage to your natural hair. Loose extensions can put too much stress on your natural hair, potentially causing breakage or other damage. Regular tightening helps distribute the weight more evenly, reducing the risk of harm to your natural hair and keeping it healthy.
- A curved needle
- Weaving thread
- Hair clips or ties
- A rat-tail comb
- Hair scissors
Before tightening, you should wash your hair with sew-in extensions with clarified shampoo to remove dirt, oils and product buildup. Make sure to focus on the root of the wefts where you sewn them with your natural hair.
Wet or damp hair can make it challenging to work with the extensions and may affect the resulting tightness . After washing, you should use a blow dryer setting medium heat to dry your hair. Then, use a wide tooth comb to detangle your hair. Now, your hair is ready to be tightened!
Step 1: The first step to tighten sew-in hair extensions at home is parting your hair along the weave tracks. Secure the upper part using hair clips or ties and let the lower part hang down. Then, carefully use hair scissors to trim the old thread. If you previously used a braiding base, untie the knot and re-braid as needed.
Step 2: Next, you should place the sew-in hair extensions to the root of your hair. You can use hair clips to secure the extensions with your natural hair and take a step back to see how it will look. Then use the curved needle to secure the weave to your natural hair. Take the needle under the next part of the weave. After securing a few tracks, gently pull the thread to tighten the weave against your natural real-time, not to pull too tight, as this can cause discomfort and damage to your hair and scalp.
Step 3: If you have other sections of the weave that require tightening, repeat the process outlined above for each section. Once you finish the tightening process, examine your work in the mirror. Ensure that the sew-in hair extensions blend well with your natural hair. If necessary, you can trim or curl the extensions to achieve a more natural look.
In conclusion, tightening sew-in hair extensions at home is a crucial step to maintain their security, prevent tangling, and protect your natural hair. By following the step-by-step guide outlined in this blog, you'll be able to confidently tighten your extensions and achieve a comfortable, natural-looking result.
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