Want to make black hair blend in with a weave? You need to choose a right weave color. For instance, for black hair, you should choose a jet black, off black or even darkest brown weave.
Look at standard color chart to identify the natural color of your hair. Don’t dye a weave to match your hair.
Look for a weave which can match the color, texture and waviness of your natural hair. If you want to get the best results, you had better purchase the weave that is made from natural hair. If your hair is a bit of coarser, you can try Indian hair. And Italian-sourced hair is usually good for hair of a medium texture. It is recommended to straighten your hair with heat tools since straight hair makes for a more effective blend than wavy or curly hair. If yours is natural straight, you can skip this step.
Clip the weave’s wefts underneath your natural hair. Use hair clips to close the scalp. 10 wefts are usually secured in the right amount. Place one wefts above the next, running from the top of the head toward the nape of the neck. Clip three, one above the next, on either sides of head.
Use a wide-tooth comb to blend the wefts into your natural hair, starting from the middle of the hair working toward the end. Next, comb again, working from near to the roots to the tips of the weave.
Regularly wash, condition and moisturize your hair as well as weave to maintain the blended look of your black hair weave. If not, your weave will become brittle since it cannot get any of the body’ natural oils.
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