Although we can sew-in curly weave hairstyle, we had better try gluing since it can conceal hair that is underneath the weave. Now, how to glue a curly weave hairstyle?
- Create tracks. Create a horizontal part at neck’s nape. Braid the hair’s section that has been parted into a horizontal braid. Tuck (pin) the end of the braid with a bobby pin.
- Keep creating tracks upwards to head’s front. Note: tracks should be thin instead of thick. Leave a small amount of hair unbraided when you get close to the front hairline, and leave enough hair unbraided to cover up the last track that was braided.
- Remove curly weave’s long weft from the packing. Through the weft, run your fingers to ensure there are no tangles.
- Lay the weave’s weft on top of the track that is at the nape of your neck, taking a measurement of how long the first weft needs to be.
- Cut a piece of the weave, matching the length of the braided track.
- Along the top stitching of the curly weave, place a thin layer of weave of glue. Extend the glue from one end of the weave to the other end.
- Directly place the weft of curly weave above the track that is at the nape of the neck, and make sure place the weft on the scalp.
- Press and hold the weft of weave for about 60 seconds to give the glue time to dry.
- Repeat steps 4 through 8 until the curly weave has been placed on all of the tracks that have been created.
- Use the loose hair that is near the front hairline to conceal the last weft of weave. You can use a holding gel or spritz to hold the loose hair in place if you like, preventing the loose hair from blowing in the wind to reveal the weave weft.
What Are Tracks In Hair