Hair Weaving Techniques

You may have heard of procedures that can alter the different parts of the body to enhance its features. We have the lipo suction, nose lifting and even hair alterations known as hair weaving. Many would prefer hair weaving for several reasons such as baldness, and adding length and thickness to the natural hair. There are several techniques for hair weaving.

Bonding is the most common hair weaving technique used by many. It can add up to the volume of the natural hair. It also adds highlights or streaks of colors to your natural hair. The hair is glued to the roots of the natural hair using a special glue but it should be washed off not longer than two weeks to avoid damage to the hair.

Hair Weaving Techniques Tracking is a method where tresses are first braided forming a circle around the head.  The braids are then sewn down and extensions are sewn on the braids. The hair is usually braided into a zig zag pattern then the hair is sewn horizontally from one side to the other. After all the extensions are attached, the hair can be cut in a stylish manner along with the natural hair.

The fusion method is also a versatile technique. Glue is then used to attach the extensions. However this method is the most time consuming and most expensive method of weaving the hair since the hair extension has to be glued to each strand of the natural hair.

Other technique for weaving the hair includes netting, which involves braiding breathable nets on the hair. Another method is tree braiding where artificial hair is then mixed in the natural hair. Lace extensions are the latest in weaving the hair where lace extensions are formed in a cap by knotting strands of hair

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