We can glue or sew hair extensions to our natural hair to change length and volume. In general, there is safer, alternative supplement that can help you achieve and reduce the risk of breakage. If you use Brazilian weave technique, you don’t require tracks, or cornrow braids.
- Use a clarifying shampoo to wash hair to remove any leftover product or residue.
Let hair to dry naturally.
Use a wide-tooth to comb out any tangles or knots.
- Divide hair into four equal parts.
Use a rat-tail comb to part the hair down the center from the forehead to the nape of the neck.
Make a second part across the scalp from the base of the right ear to the base of the left ear.
Twist each of the four sections of hair and use a hair clip to secure it.
- Loosen the bottom right of the hair and let it fall freely.
Comb through the section and smooth out the hair.
Grab a smaller portion of the 1/4 inch from a set of hair.
Pull an equal amount of extension hair and divide it by half.
Place the 1/4 inch portion between the two extensions.
- Braid natural hair strands into the hair extensions, beginning at the scalp and braid approximately 1/8 down the length of the hair to secure the extensions.
Cut a 3 inch hair extension cord and fold it halfway.
Hold the folded piece of extension thread against the base of the braid.
- Wrap two loose ends of hair extension thread around the braid twice.
Insert the loose ends through the loop.
Tighten two loose ends to create a tight knot around the base of the braid.
Use a pair of scissors to cut off the excess extension thread.
- Repeat this process for the remaining hair in the lower right of the scalp.
Always weave similar 1/4 inch hair to keep the weave look symmetrical.
Once the lower right part of the weave is finished, move to the other three parts.
- For the remaining hair in the lower right of the scalp, you can repeat this process.
To keep the weave look symmetrical, you should always weave similar 1/4 inch hair.
If the lower right part of the weave is finished, you can move to the other three parts.
- To do a true Brazilian hair weaves, you should prepare Virgin Brazilian Hair or Remy (Temple) Hair.
- Different people wear different fabric.
- Typically Brazilian hair weaves can last between 6 and 12 months.
- Stylist must spend eight hours to do Brazilian weave knotting, and must repeat more than 200 times over the surface of the scalp to get the desired natural results.
- Ask a professional stylist to remove your weave.