Tuesday, July 26, 2011



·        Ladies make sure the weave or extensions that you buy match your natural hair texture and color (when you are blending your hair in with the weave).
·        Expensive hair does not equal good quality-REMEMBER
·        Make sure the hair products you use on your weave are for the hair type. For example, for synthetic hair you should use synthetic hair shampoo or wig products.
·        ALWAYS, read the care instructions on your weave or extensions and follow the directions.
·        REMEMBER- Color treated weave or extension tend to nap up/tangle quicker then black or brown weave/extensions.
·        Hair brands that are good for your friends may NOT be good for you!
·        If you are applying blonde hair or any other light colored hair, DO NOT USE BLACK GLUE. Use the 30 sec. gold bonding glue.
·        When applying a closure for a Quick Weave, make sure the tracks are NOT visible. And make sure you are only applying enough glue to hold closure down so the glue won’t bleed through.
·        When applying a weave, to avoid tracks from showing at the top, place tracks close together at the top of your head. Space the back track further apart so you will have enough hair for the top of your head.
·        If you are short in height (5ft.-5ft. 6in), DO NOT wear weave/extensions that are 20in. and up in length. This is too long for you and makes you look even shorter (like a little person).
·        REMEMBER- Brush your weave/extensions from the ends 1st, then brush the top. You don’t want to pull your tracks out.
·        When using bonding glue or other adhesives, use the removers or use oil sheen, grease, or Vaseline to help glue soften up and become loose. This is so your tracks will slide out and you will not pull out your hair.
·        DO NOT put oil sheen or grease in your weave/extensions; this makes it heavy, stringy, and tangled. ONLY use Oil-Less Oil Sheen if you want shine.



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A full head of extensions range from 5 to 9 packs of hair, assuming each pack contains 20 strands, 1g per strand. If your client has fine, thin hair with some layers and about shoulder length, chances are 5 to 6 packs may be enough.

If your client has a blunt bob that is medium to thick in density, you will require about 10 to 12 packs of hair since you will need to blend the extensions in for a natural look.

For most clients, you will need at least 5 packs or 100 strands of hair extensions. The number of hair extension packages you need will be based on the length and thickness of the client’s hair and the length and volume the client wants to achieve. This is why it is very important to have the client come in for a consultation prior to installation.

For fine/thin hair, from the occipital bone down, it will take about 50- 60 strands; from the occipital up, to the crown, it will take 50-60 strands.

For medium/thick hair, from the occipital bone down it will take 60- 80 strands; from the occipital bone up, to the crown it will take 50-80 strands.

Remember, if the hair of your client is thicker or shorter, more often than not, you will need more packages of hair extensions to be able to blend the hair in, making it easy for you to create a natural look.

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Hair Extensions Blogger said...

This hair tutorial is feminine and floral! The Side Swept Lace Braid would perfectly complement flowing day dresses or provide a soft touch to any outfit. It will only work on medium to long hair however, so make sure to clip in your NetsPower Hair Extensions first!

It can also be effortlessly converted into a stunning updo. Read on below for detailed instructions on how to master this hairstyle followed by a video tutorial at the end.

• Divide your hair into 2 sections and make sure one side has more hair than the other.

• Brush your hair to ensure that it is tangle free—the NetsPower Hair Boar/Nylon Paddle Brush works beautifully and won’t cause any split ends.

• Pick up a chunk of hair at the top and divide it into three equal sections.

• Take the strand on the right and cross it over the middle, then take the strand on the left and cross it over the middle. NOW take the strand on the right again and cross it over the middle BUT THIS TIME pick up some extra hair, adding it to the left strand and crossing it over the middle. Repeat these steps as you work your way down while gradually incorporating all of your hair into the braid. Once you’ve reached the end of your braid, simply tie it off with an elastic band.

• Last, take your lace braid and wrap it around the back of your head, bringing it all the way around to the other side. Tuck the end of the braid underneath your hair to hide it and then secure it in place with a few bobby pins.

• For added volume, curl the sides.

Turning it into an updo:

• Taking your hair on the long side, form a little bun and secure with a hair tie.

• Next, take the bundle of hair and tuck it inside the braid. Roll it up to give it some shape and then secure in place with a few bobby pins.

• Last, be sure to accessorize this hairstyle with a few flowers for some added feminine flare.

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