Bees with hair extensions – share please!

posted 3 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
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1504 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

@ChellFish22:  I have had the individual micorbeads and I am currently using the non-swen beaded weft. Which I LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!!!!!! Both methods are non-daminging.

Post # 5
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324 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

I don’t have mine in anymore, but I just did weave.  My stylist braided a small tight cornrow from one side of my head to the to other, and sewed my extensions into the braid.  Minimal damage, and minimal upkeep.  I had it tightened every 12-16 weeks.

Post # 6
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1504 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

@ChellFish22:  Well, I have super fine thin hair and I was worried that you would be able to see them. However, If you style your hair correctly You can’t. The only thing I didn’t like about the individual ones was because I had to get a lot because my hair is so thin. So there were a lot of breads. I recently found a new tecnique that I LOVE way more. It’s called the non-sewn in beaded weft. I’m not sure where you live but I have posted some information on it for you. WAY less beads and makes my hair fuller and thicker. And yes I can wear my hair in a ponytail too.  🙂

 

Here’s the info:

NO sewing, NO braids, NO glue, the most natural weft technique. The Non Sewn Beaded Weft (NSBW) technique is a client favorite said to be the most comfortable and reliable of all weft techniques offered. The NSBW method eliminates the use of sewing which pulls the hair in directions that it’s not meant to be pulled. That straining can cause your hair follicle to weaken, even leading to hair loss. With the NSBW method, your hair is facing in a downward motion the way it grows naturally, meaning it will lay flat and grow downward with no damage to the hair follicle. Along with the elimination of sewing comes the elimination of thread which can break easily if exposed to water often. Recommended for normal to thick hair, weft hair is great because it always on the thicker side as opposed to individual hair which runs on the finer side

Post # 7
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

I had a weave in high school (and was probably the whitest person to ever walk into the weaving place…) they did 7 “tracks” (cornrows going horizontally from left to right) and had a strip of extensions sewn into each track. It was great for the first week… It became really heavy and too much hassle to wash, dry and style so i ripped it out after 2-3 weeks.

Post # 9
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324 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

@dv3849:  Wow!!  7 tracks!?  That’s an insane amount of hair!  I normally do 1, maybe 2 depending on how I’m feeling, with 3-5 wefts of hair per row.

Post # 10
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1504 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

@ChellFish22:  Yes, that is exactly how it is. And No. Not noticeable at all and very comfortable.  🙂

Post # 11
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180 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2014 - The Heathman Lodge (Vancouver)

Jacking your thread….
My hair is SUPER thin, and SUPER fine. Would extensions even work for me? This is the longest my hair has ever been, it just stops growing when it hits my shouders. FI said he would pay, he wants to see me with long hair too.

Here I am, with straight hair and natural hair.

 

Lol I have a “thing” for rubber ducks, my mom bought me that.

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