Weave can change hair’s length as well as volume. After sewing weave to natural hair, we can cut weave tracks to fit the width of head. And, some people like flipping the weave track. However, some of them don’t know how to flip a weave track.
- Make horizontal cornrow braids on the hair you will put in the weave, from one side of the head to the other side.
- Drape a weave track over the lowest cornrow at head’s back. Hold the track in place by using a hair clip.
- Use thread in the color of your weave to thread the curved weave, and make a knot at the end.
- Sew weave track to the cornrows. Through the lining of the weave track, stick needle and make it through the cornrow. Around the needle, twist weave thread two times as it emerges from the hair, working from one side of the head to the other side.
- When you get to the side of the head, flip the remaining weave track. Fold track backward. Bring it up to the next cornrow to form another layer of hair. Sew track to the cornrow, as the same way. Continue this process until it runs out.
- Directly position a new weave track next to the first weave track’s end. Sew and flip the track, as the same way.