Sew in weave is currently the most popular way to to apply hair extensions. So how to make sew in weave look more natural? Today Dsoar will share some tips to make your hair more attractive.
Know the texture of your natural hair
If you know the texture of your natural hair, you should know which hair can be fully blended with your natural hair. Buy hair that is similar to your hair texture. If your natural texture is between two different types of extensions available, it is common practice to mix two similar textures to give the hair a more natural look and feel.
Use Less Heat
Virgin hair is healthy, shiny and have no chemical treatment.Virgin hair reacts to heat the same way your natural hair will. Repeated use of thermal styling tools will cause hair is damaged and frayed extensions. Instead of curling irons, try a rod set. It stretches out that cuticle and makes the hair nice and shiny while also giving your hair full volume.
Wash your hair like your own
If you buy virgin hair, you have to look after it like natural hair to keep it fresh. After washing the fabric, should be properly dry, to prevent wet hair caused by mildew and odour.
Cut off the hair part that will not sew in
If you want to leave your entire hair on your hair, or if your hair is short, make sure you have small clips on your hands to prevent the braid from accidentally grabbing some of the hair that should be discarded, making it easier to weave. If all the hair sew in, you can start weaving on the left or right eyebrow. It is recommended to work around the head and always work around the head towards the crown.
Hair Extension Volume
Sew in hair bundles increase the amount and volume of hair. If you buy more hair from wholesale hair vendors, you may look unnatural. So, when you buy, you have to take into account your actual situation. DSoar offers 2 pcs/Pack, 3 pcs/Pack and 4 pcs/Pack for you to choose from.
For the bonding technique, you first must mold your natural hair in place with gel and then apply a bonding shield to provide a protective barrier between the glue and your natural hair. Not only is this prep process time consuming, all these protective barriers deny your scalp the air it needs to breathe.
Sew in hair does not have these same disadvantages. As long as you don’t sew your tracks too tightly, you shouldn’t be hurt by any hair or scalp.