If you glue hair weave to a stocking cap, you can quickly and easily change different style, color, length, and texture of hair without damaging natural hair.
Make sure natural hair is free of any dirt and oils by washing, conditioning and blow-drying. Place a moisturizer to the natural hair and comb it thoroughly.
Braid natural hair into a beehive design. Cornrow the hair in a circular motion beginning at the nape of the neck and keep this process until you reach the crown of the head. Use a bobby pin to secure the end of the cornrow to the head.
Place a plastic shower cap or bag over the natural hair to protect the natural hair from any glue that may soak through the stocking cap.
Put a stocking cap over the plastic cap/bag, and pull down stocking cap to the forehead.
Remove weave from its packaging and place it against the head. Stretch the weave from ear to ear, beginning at the nape of the neck, to determine how much weave you will need. After that, use scissors to cut the excess.
Apply weave bonding glue to the weave’s underside. Place the weave on the stocking cap atop the head. Then, press firmly on the weave.
Now, please continue measuring, cutting and gluing the weave in a circular motion until you reach the crown of the head.
Cut a piece of weave measuring 2 inches long. Place a small amount of weave bonding glue to the underside of the weave. Roll it tightly.
Dry the rolled weave thoroughly. Separate the hairs down the middle of the roll, creating a top closure piece
Apply weave bonding glue to the bottom of the rolled weave closure, and then place it at the crown of the head, and press firmly on the closure and allow the weave to dry thoroughly.
How to Dye Your Hair Weaves at Home: Step by Step
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