Thursday, March 14, 2013

Versatile Sew-In

My sew-ins have come a long way since I first started out seven years ago.  Back then I could barely braid, let alone sew the hair on.  As a matter of fact, I didn't even want to do weave at all because I thought it all made your hair come out.  Once I began to learn more and more about hair and how to keep it healthy, I quickly realized that sew-ins were actually the healthiest way to wear extensions.  This is why I don't do any weaves/extensions that involve glue.  I have seen and heard way to many horror stories about how weave put in with glue has destoyed the hair.  No quick weaves, no just adding a track in the back for fullness, nothing like that!  I also feel like I could not truly call myself a hair care specialist and offer glued in services. It just didn't make sense to me.
 Below is a sew in that I did today.  This is this client's first one (as well as her first visit to me) which she decided to get because she will be going out of town and didn't want to have to worry about her hair.  For this reason we decided to do a full sew in and only leave out her edges so that she has the option to pull it up if she wanted to.  Check out the pics below.

side view- pulled up


back view- pulled up




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3 comments:

  1. How many bundles do you prefer to use for the versatile sew-in?

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  2. What type of hair brand can you use to get a versatile sew in?

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  3. may I have your number I would like to make an appoint

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