There are many ways to make weave on both men and women appear natural. Both women and men have adorned the hair with weave pieces and full wigs to feel confident about themselves, show their place in society, or to make a fashion statement. Here are some ways to weave the hair at home.
Weave video options
There are many weave video options on the market. Braids by Breslin are a video series by a licensed cosmetologist that can help give a great visual on how to weave the hair. The weaving techniques will work on different hair types. Look at free online videos on popular video sharing sites to become familiar with the different type of hair styles that can be achieved with extension hair. Check online auctions and book stores for how to weave books and videos. First decide if a full weave is desired, or just a few pieces for fullness and length. Most of the techniques involve braiding. Weave glues can cause damage if the wrong products are used or if the glue is removed improperly. Clip in weaves are a fast, easy way to obtain a weave with no experience or intermediary braiding knowledge.
Hair weaving for kids and adults
Many women are searching for options for hair weaving that a beginner can do. Many people are suffering from hereditary diseases that cause the hair to thin or to become bald. Weaving in small sections is one way to cover a single problem area without involving a full weave installation. Start by braiding a single cornrow above and below the area that is to be concealed. Part the hair ear to ear in thin sections. Braid the hair horizontally and secure the braid with a rubber band and hair pin. Choose hair bins and rubber bands that are the same colour as the child's hair. Use tracts of hair that closely match the natural hair texture. Cut the weave to fit the horizontal braid. The hair can be sewn into the cornrow or secured with hair clips. Beauty supply stores carry weave needles and thread in colours that complement the hair colour. Use these tips to start weaving hair at home.