Some people like leaving a section of hair out while sewing their weaves for added versatility and a more realistic look, as their hair’s texture matches the extensions perfectly. However, how to blend your natural hair into weave if you do not want to use hair weave extensions?
1. Twist or braid at night
Twist or braid your hair at night. Intertwine hair with the hair extensions. Thus, when you undo the twists the next morning, the two textures blend seamlessly.
2. Tame edges
A smooth, sleek hairline gives your hair a polished and more professional appearance. And, it can help to conceal tracks placed around the perimeter of your head. Nowadays, edge slicking, controlling, and smoothing products are wildly popular. Find a suitable one that works well for you.
3. Control fly-aways
Apply silicone based glossifiers on virgin hair to block humidity from causing frizz because humidity can make the separation of your hair extensions and natural hair much more noticeable. And, silicone-based glossifiers can help silken both textures. Rub a bit of your edge product overtop of your leave out (lightly), making your hair to lay nicely.
4. Keep it conditioned
Both natural hair and hair extensions require regular maintenance and care to look their best. To prevent dryness and breakage and the extensions to keep them soft and supple, you should condition your natural hair. Hair looks great well once it is in great condition.