Curly Weave Hair

Published: 05th October 2011
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We gave each other a look and we all knew that we would be discussing curly weaves as soon as we were allowed to talk and not get in trouble. At lunch that day, we talked so much about that girl's curly weave that we did not really even have time to finish eating. In fact, we were so involved in our conversation that we decided to get together after school and continue our discussion at my house because I had lots of old fashion magazines that were full of pictures and articles about people that had gotten a curly weave.

When everyone got to my house, we each grabbed a magazine from the stack and started flipping through it to find something about a curly weave. We talked about how we thought some of the people in the pictures looked really great with their curly weave and how others should have made a different hair style choice when they got their curly weave. We were having a lot of fun comparing the various pictures and reading the articles that mentioned a person that had a curly weave. Then, one of the other girls mentioned the thing that was on all of our minds. None of us had ever gotten a curly weave and we were all wondering when our parents would ever allow it.

We all started talking about what style of curly weave we would like to get when we were finally allowed to do it. I knew that my parents were the most stubborn when it came to something like a curly weave and I would probably be the last one in our group that ever got one. My friends knew that was probably true, but none of them ever teased me about the fact that they would get a curly weave before me.

I still enjoyed talking about what style of curly weave I wanted to get and listening to all of my friends describe what type of curly weave they wanted. I grabbed a pair of scissors off my desk and told my friends that we could cut my magazines so that each of us could have a picture of the curly weave that we wanted to get. My friends thought that was a great idea and I went to other rooms in the house to get several more scissors so that we could all be cutting out our favorite curly weave picture at the same time. We made a collage of our pictures and wrote our names next to the one that we each wanted to get. Then I went to the computer in the living room, scanned the collage and gave each of my friends a copy so that they could take it home.

Even if you natural hair is damaged or very thin in spots, it is still possible for you to get a curly weave to cover your entire head and gain a great hair style that will help you feel more comfortable going out in the public. There are several different methods that you can have this done, depending on the exact condition and quantity of natural hair that you actually have on your head. It is important that you have a professional attach the curly weave for you so that it does not cause any more damage to your natural hair or to your scalp because you certainly do not want to make your hair situation any worse than it already is at the time that you get the weave. Considering your hair situation, you are probably already seeing a hair specialist and he or she will be able to recommend a reputable hair stylist in the area that specializes in helping people that have a situation like yours.

One method that a professional hair stylist might use to attach a curly weave to your thinning or damaged natural hair is by using bulk braiding hair. I only made one that was about six inches long because I did not want to use up all of the bulk hair on practice wefts. I noticed that the hair strands were not perfectly aligned where I sewed them together at the top, but I was still very proud of my accomplishment. I made several more wefts and each one turned out better than the last one.

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