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Lace-front and full-lace wigs

Let's talk about wigs... better yet,  let's talk about lace-front and full-lace wigs.
 
Look at this picture I found on the Web:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  


A little extreme, I admit, even insulting. But when you look at the following pictures, it's not that far from reality:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Lace closure sew-in weaves, "Protective hairstyle"

Lace closure sew-in weaves

The lace closure sew-in weave is the best protective hairstyle for women who are transitioning from relaxers to their natural hair, or simply for women who have kinky natural hair and want to protect it during the cold season.

Back in the day, women with full sew-in weaves with bangs had that "cone-head" look. Wait a minute, not back in the day... I still see women with cone-heads walking around! The technique should have never seen the

(Bead) Micro sew-in weave ( Braidless sew-in)


Bead Sew-in (or Braidless Weave)
 
In this technique, the micro-links are used to create the tracks to sew in the wefts. No braids, no glue, no mess, and no damage to your hair. Lasts up to 3 months. The wefts lie flat on the scalp, so no corn-row bumps. Your hair extensions feel and look natural. Depending on the fullness you're  looking for, you'll need one or one and a half packs of hair, but one is usually enough.

The followings are pictures of my clients with their micro link sew-in "bead sew-in"

Micro link hair extensions.

Enjoy some of our before and after pictures of micro link hair extensions technique.
Cheers!              
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
    
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Best sew-in weave for African American Hair.

This post is only to show  some before and after pictures of regular sew-in weaves.
There are so many bad weaves out there. I've already talked and posted a blog about bad weaves.  It's been a while since I've wanted to post these pictures. I couldn't never find the time. I also wanted to talk about how to take care of natural hair under a sew-in weave. Unfortunately, I won't have time, but I promise to come back and talk about how to take of the weave itself and the natural hair under it.

Crochet Weave Best Protective Hairstyles

Crochet Weave Protective Hairstyle.
 
Francais a suivre.....
 
What is crochet weave?
 
There is no sew-in involved in this technique. It is  perfect  for those who need to wash their hair often. The technique is very versatile, it allows clientsto treat and take care of their own hair underneath. The client  can part her hair wherever she wants to, on the side, middle too. The technique allows very high ponytail, depending on the length of the extensions.

Malaysian Braidless Sew-in Weave.

Malaysian braidless sew-ins
 
Are great for people with fine or short hair who are looking for volume or length.
 
In this technique, a special elastic thread is used to create the base to sew in the wefts (the same thread used for Brazilian knots).No braids, no beads, no glue, no mess, and no damage to your hair. It can last up to three months. The wefts lie flat on the scalp, so no corn-row bumps. Your hair extensions feel and look natural.
Q: Why are Malaysian braidless sew-in weaves better than regular sew-ins?

Hair Extensions For Everybody 2

Some before-and-after pictures of the most challenging hair I've worked with...
As usual, I was ecstatic with the results. I am bit of a perfectionist....
No matter how bad my client's hair is, if she trusts me with her hair, I want her to be as happy as I am with the results. I always make sure I do a follow-up the next day.

More then eight techniques available! Here they are in pictures with real clients. Enjoy!
 
 
Bead Sew-In (Braidless Weave):
 
 
 
 
 
 

Bad Weaves, Good Weaves.

 
Bad Weaves
 
How many people have we heard talking about them? How many articles and blogs have we read and seen on the Internet about them? And yet, they're still walking our streets with no shame whatsoever.
 
I’m going to talk and blog about them until I don’t see them anymore.
 
I know that a 16-year old kid can't afford to pay salon prices to get her hair done. I mean I totally understand if she asks a friend who can sew to help her make her mornings a little easier by slapping a few tracks on her head.

Bead Sew-in (or Braidless Weave)

Bead Sew-in (or Braidless Weave)
 
In this technique, the micro-links are used to create the tracks to sew in the wefts. No braids, no glue, no mess, and no damage to your hair. Lasts up to 3 months. The wefts lie flat on the scalp, so no corn-row bumps. Your hair extensions feel and look natural. Depending on the fullness you're  looking for, you'll need one or one and a half packs of hair, but one is usually enough.
 
Here are two of my clients whose hair grew back using the bead sew-in technique:
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