The human hair are a set of extensions made of human hair that provides a smooth,natural appearance that does not curl or tangles over time. This has been one of the best inventions in the field of hair making, no more worrying of how to get long hair or your hair is breaking.
1.What Is Sew In Weave?
Sew-in weave is a technique used to add hair extensions to one's natural hair to create longer hair. Sew-ins are achieved by braiding the natural hair into a cornrow pattern and using a sewing needle to sew a weft, or track, of hair extensions.
2.How To Care For Hair Under Sew In Weave?
A sew-in can protect your natural hair from having hair loss. Since your real hair is put into braids,and the weave is then sewn into them.However if you're not careful, weaves can also damage your natural hair underneath as much as protect it.
3.Why Sew In Hair Extensions?
Many women opt to wear a sew-in as they let their natural hair grow out.Wearing a weave is also a smart way to protect your hair if you're trying to gain length.
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