Hair weaves, hair extension, come in many styles. And, hair-weave track is a common as well as easier style. You can either sew your hair-weave tracks, or you can glue them.
- Cut the track to the desired width. Generally, the tracks should cover the area between left and right hairline in the back, and from the center part to the hairline on the sides.
- Make a part about 1 inch from the nape from left to right, starting in the back. Keep the upper hair away from this section and clip it.
- Smooth down the remaining hair on the nape of the neck, leaving a clean part to apply the tracks.
- Along the seam of the track, you can apply a thin bead of bonding glue, but you should not apply it directly to the head for it can run and mix with your hair.
- Place the track into the part on your head, press it firmly for about 30 seconds, and then use the blow dryer to set the bonding glue for 1 minute. Move the heated air along the top of the tack.
- Repeat this process until all of the tracks are in place. Smooth the natural hair down over the tracks as you go.
Spray bonding glue on your skin. If it will not irritate the skin or cause any allergic reactions, you can use it.
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