Hair extensions can be sewed or glued into the hairline to quickly change the length, quality, color and thickness of hair. And, most people like sew-in hair extensions since they look the most realistic. Nevertheless, do you know how to make an invisible hairline with sew-in hair?
- Wash hair. Blow-dry your hair.
- Use a tail comb to part your hair into two horizontal sections. For thick hair, you can part just above the ears. For thin hair, you can part just below the ears. Twist the top section of hair into a bun. Then, use a hair clip to secure it on top of the head.
- Comb hair straight’s bottom section. Cornrow the hair into five or six separate sections in the bottom section. For longer hair, the cornrows had better run horizontally that can be wrapped around the head. Anchor the hair extensions to the hair by using these cornrows to make sure they are as tight and as close to the head as possible. Use elastic band to secure each braid.
- Thread needle. Secure the first hair weft on the bottom half of the head. Then, loop needle through the weft at the very top of the first extension on the far left hand side, and move downward. Insert the needle through the middle of a hair braid, and back out in an upward motion. Again loop the needle through the hair weft a little to the right of your last stitch, through the hair braid, and back out. Keep this process until the hair extensions have been sewed to the braid.
For any remaining hair extensions, please repeat Step 4.
Undo the hair clip which holds the hair’s top section. Gently comb it over the top of the hair extensions, concealing them.
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