Different Types Of Hair Weave Techniques


Sew In Weave: 

 In this hair weave technique, synthetic or natural human hair is woven into small tight braids of natural hair which lie flat against the scalp. Sew in weaves are definitely more natural looking than clip on hair or wigs. Normally, it takes a hair stylist anywhere between three to four hours to attach sew-in weave to a clients natural hair. Sew-in weaves. 


Lace front weaves:

Even ordinary women who have excessive hair fall or women whose natural hair is damaged because of excessive usage of hair styling products can opt for lace front weave. Lace front weaves should be attached to natural hair properly as otherwise it can result in further hair fall especially round the nape. 


Glue in Weaves:

Glued in weaves are extremely easy to apply. But these hair weaves can also damage natural hair if they are not applied properly. If applied improperly glue in weaves can cause hair to break very easily. Glue in weaves are so easy to apply, that even amateurs can do them at home, without spending a lot of money in some expensive salon. This hair weave adds extra bounce and volume to natural hair.


Fusion Hair Weave:

The hair is fused using the cold bonding or thermal bonding techniques. Fusion weaves compared to other types of hair weaves can be pretty expensive. But the upside of getting a fusion weave is that this hair weave will last for nearly three months without any problem. Unlike other hair weaves, fusion weaves can also give hair a more natural look.