There are different weaving techniques. You either can use human hair and artificial hair or use yak hair to weave. During the process of hair weaving, you can use different method, including bonding method, tracking, fusion, netting, tree braiding and clip in.
Glue clumps (tracks) of hair to the natural hair with a glue designed for that purpose. This meth can only last for a week or two, for it can damage the natural hair.
Braid natural hair in circles around the scalp, and then sew the braids flat to the head and sew the extensions directly to the braids.
Note: Take care of these extensions as if they were your natural hair. Wash these extensions at least once a week.
Use a hot glue gun to attach hair extensions to small portions of natural hair. As long as you use this technique, you can care the artificial hair exactly as the natural hair. Although fusion method is an expensive and time-consuming weaving technique, the end result looks completely natural and more versatile than any other method.
Braid the natural hair and attach a net on top to which the hair extensions can be sewn. It is a highly flexible technique. Hair should be thoroughly dried after washing to keep the hair beneath the net from growing mildew.
Use cornrows braided into the natural hair. Fold a long length of artificial hair in half in the front of the natural hair. Braid it in to the natural hair from the front of the scalp all the way around to the nape of the neck in back. Make the hair extensions throughout the braid and loose hang the strands.
Sew tiny clips into the wefts of extensions. Attach them to the natural hair, working from the nape of the neck upwards. Carefully comb the natural hair to cover the clips. Although clip-in hair extensions are temporary hair extensions, they are also less damaging to the natural hair.
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