What’s a basic sew in?

What are the different type of sew ins?

There are several different types of weaves on offer. The most popular is the lace frontal wig or weave, lace closure wig or weave, and the natural sew-in, which has further options such as a flip over vixen (two set partings) and a c-part (curved parting).

What’s the best type of sew in to get?

Virgin human hair is our top choice. Because virgin hair has never been processed that is the most popular grade of weave hair, this hair can be used for multiple installs and it can also be color treated. For sew-in weave, the best hair type is 100% virgin human hair.

Do weaves hurt?

While weaves must be tightly sewn into close braided hair, they should never cause serious pain. It is important to speak up if you experience scalp pain or soreness while your weave is being fitted as your stylist may be unaware of how tight they are pulling.

How often should you wash a sew in?

A good rule of thumb is to wash your sew in every 7 days, with 10 days being the absolute maximum. Tip: After you clean your scalp, deep condition your extensions to keep the hair soft, tangle free and to revitalize the curl pattern.

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Is a weave sewn into the scalp?

Rather than covering hair like a wig does, a weave is sewn directly into natural hair, accentuating and beautifying it.

What is a Braidless sew in?

A braidless sew-in is a technique that allows hair extensions to be applied to the hair without the natural hair being braided down as a base.