Best quality hair weave
So you want to get a weave?
Before you get a weave, let me begin with telling you how to spot a good weave when you see one. You can’t. Getting a good weave means not being able to tell she’s wearing a weave at all. You get what you pay for ladies! When someone stops and asks you, “who does your sew in?” That is a sign that you are not fooling anyone. Now if you’ve heard this compliment, “your hair is gorgeous!” then 9 times out of 10 that person has been fooled. So here is where we start, purchasing the right hair.
Get a weave: Step 1) Purchase high quality hair
Finding a hair distributor is essential. The hair that you purchase at the corner beauty supply is NOT what I’m talking about. In my own 14 years of experience of being a hair stylist the best brand is NO brand at all. Authentic virgin hair is the highest quality of hair. This hair is purchased in bulk by a distributor and then hand wefted to retain quality. Besides being cleaned, this hair has had absolutely no chemical processing. It will last through multiple sew-ins which means you can actually save money in the long run by not having to keep purchasing hair every time you get your weave re-done. Virgin hair is also the only hair that can be colored without excessive damage to the hair. Ask your stylist, if they don’t offer a high quality virgin hair, most likely they will refer you to someone who does. If they reach for a pack, watch out. If they recommend a popular brand, watch out. Remember you can use any hair, but I’m referring to the hair that will get you stopped on the street. This investment is essential to a get a weave that will last, will resist tangling, and will look real.