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Friday, November 8, 2013

The Removable Sew-In

This is very much an oldie but goodie.  It's getting cold again so I decided to pull out my long hair.  This is my u-part wig that is sewn onto my hair a.k.a the "removable sew in".  I love this because it is so easy to put on all by yourself even if you are not a professional hairstylist.
So it would be ideal to get some great quality hair (like from L. Jones Hair Collection) for this since you will have it for a while.

.I started by shampooing my real hair with none other than Silk Hydration by L. Jones Clarifying Shampoo.  I did this twice to ensure all of the dirt, oil, and residue was off of my hair and I had a squeaky clean start.  Next I put on Silk Hydration by L. Jones Daily Conditioner and let sit for about five minutes before rinsing. After that I sprayed Silk Hydration by L. Jones Leave-In Conditioner throughout the hair and combed through. Then I blow dried my hair and braided it (see more braiding detail here) and simply sewed it on.  It was that easy!  I didn't style it until the next morning so it could be fresh.  The next morning I woke up and flat ironed it.

The hair used is from L. Jones Hair Collection and is 16 & 18 inches Brazilian straight.  I will keep this in for 1-2 weeks before I take it off and wash my hair again.  That is the beauty of the removable sew in, once I take my hair down and shampoo it I can simply braid it back up and put it right back on.  I love wearing these in the winter because they are so convenient.  To take care of it I will tie my edges and roots down with my silk scarf then put my satin bonnet on to take care of the ends.

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