MarchQueen Hair Blog
There's so much that you can do with frontal shows and I feel like they look more realistic. But the work that you have to do with them as far as is putting them on and making frontal look realistic. It's just like do everything when you go to all that.
But if you put your time to the side and properly manage your time then I feel like you can eventually master the front to make sure that you're mindful of that. I said that they have silk as well but this soap is kind of just in the center.
So it's time you're getting a big frontal like this, but the soak is only going to be in a middle portion of this which is kind of like a waste. So I just say go with a regular lace, it goes the more realistic, your partying and your hairstyles will appear.
Sometimes your hair weave will look very wiki and not realistic at all, so you want to make sure that you plug it and the hair weave will be pretty. It's more space for you to pluck, so you're going to go to each section plug hook up and just try to lower the density which will not take much hair.
But taking the hair off bit by bit just mimics a real person's head of hair. You can also get a lace frontal on hair weave or you can get its own in. It's pretty much the same as a closure. It's just a bigger space now. The only thing that with weaves is that you need to be some type of real security to hold this in place.
I see if you're only using an elastic band, so this is just my full of the elastic band and here to show you properly. This is a spool of elastic band that I use and I usually use this on my closures. Your piece of elastic is not going to be big, so the distance from behind is going to be longer than the distance from air to air.
You should always prepare your hair for hair weave prior to executing the style. Wash your hair weave as you normally do, and give it a good conditioning treatment as well. To create the base to sew your weave onto, you have to braid your head in a series of cornrows. To do this, you’ll need a wide tooth comb, a fine tooth comb, and a hair pick. You will also need 2 to 3 large hair clips to hold your hair away from your face, and a detangling spray of some sort.
Choose the location of the part carefully because you will not be able to change it until you take out the weave. Separate out 0.5 in sections of hair on either side of it. Pin the rest of your hair back using the clips. The first braid you will complete is a small braid that wraps around the outer edge of your face, head, and to the nape of your neck. The perimeter braid will have 2 starts - on either side of the part - but you will combine the ends of the braids together at the nape of your neck.
To show your part, you will braid two rows of hair on either side of the part, away from each other. Work down both sides of the part, braiding small French braids 0.25 in wide. Each of the braids you began on either side of your part will continue on to form full braids that wrap around your head. Tie off all the ends and tuck them into the finished braids so as to hide the tails.
First, you need to pull your hair together with a large clip or hair band. Then use your index finger or the thin end of a salon comb to pull out an even row of hair at the bottom of your head. If you encounter any tangles, pull out a little more hair from your ponytail so you can work on the larger section altogether.
Crimp the bonds with pliers to loosen and break them. Use your fingertips and rub any combination of olive, coconut, baby, or almond oil into the cracks of the bonds you created with the pliers. Let the oil seep in and sit for 10-15 minutes. The oil will break down the keratin and allow you to pull or gently comb the hair extensions out.
To help speed up the chemical process of applying oil to the bonds, blow dry your hair extension on a low setting. Anywhere from 5 to 15 minutes will be helpful as heat makes bonds more malleable and easy to slip off and pull your natural hair away from the bond.
Comb your hair with a wide-toothed comb gently and then a fine-toothed comb. Take a shower and use a clarifying shampoo and deep conditioner to help restore your hair, roots, and scalp. Clarifying shampoos will help remove the excess olive oil as well as remaining glue from the weave while the conditioner replenishes any nutrients a harsh alcohol or chemical may have stripped away.
If you had air to air, their Latin band might be this one, but from the temple, the temple of my design just stretch out. So you have to change your elastic bands. I'm going to show you guys one of my weaves that has the elastic band attached from Temple to Temple. So this is basically hair weave that has the elastic band.
This is a thicker elastic band. This one has it attached from each end this is where each of the elastic bands is attached to both ends of the closure. This one has the frontal, you can see that the frontal obviously is shorter. This end over here you see is attached.
This end right here and then it is attached on the other end over here. So once you put it on this whole portion of the frontal, it is going to be on your head and then this is going to be behind. So both of them I just usually prefer that because they just make me feel more secure.
A lot of people use glue and tape and you know the majority of us use the gorilla snout or whatever type of strong ultra to hold gel or substance hostess in place. Now, for example, I have this hair weave and this is not moving like.
If I'm going to move this back, it's not moving like not all and that's why the hair weave is convenient if you really do get the thing in friendships because hair weave looks more realistic than closures do. But it's a way for you to finesse things, so all you have to do is keep practicing and get it down pat.
Eventually, they are going to be more expensive and cultures. That's pretty much a giveaway because it is more hair and you're allowed to do more styles. I'm going to leave on an example on the screen somewhere of what a closure that's like.
If your extensions are sewn, macro linked or taped in, you can wash them along with your natural hair in the shower. Be gentle, though, so that you don’t loosen your extensions. If you’re too rough with them, they won’t last as long. Treat hair weave like your natural hair.
Use sulfate-free shampoo. Sulfates are the cleaning detergents in shampoos that cause them to foam. Sulfates are effective cleaners. However, they can dry out the natural oils in your hair that serve to protect it. Your body is constantly creating new oils for your natural hair, but your extensions do not have a direct supply, so you need to be very careful about drying them out.
Use conditioner. Each strand of hair has a protective cuticle layer. Not only does the cuticle layer protect the hair strand, it also reflects sunlight which gives your hair its shine. Throughout the day, the cuticle layer gets broken down, leaving your hair looking limp and dull. Conditioners give your hair back its body and shine by releasing positively charged particles that latch onto the negatively charged parts of your hair and repair the cuticle layers.
Wash your extensions three to five times a week. Blow-dry your hair completely before going to bed. You should never go to bed while your permanent hair extensions are wet. Wet hair extensions will bunch up causing tangles to form. As you move around in your sleep, the tangles in your extensions could get stuck and pull on your natural hair, damaging it.
You've got this MarchQueen human hair weave. You've saved your money for it and finally bought it and finally got the right coloring, you got everything. Well, now you've got it what the heck if you're going to do with it. When it gets dirty remember, this is human care and this is the best human hair weave band you can buy and what you're going to do with it. I'm going to show you now.
You have to wash it, a lot of women will take it to the beauty shop and say do it. There are many salons that will wash your MarchQueen human hair weave, wait for you in style. If you don't have that capability in your area, I'm going to show you how we do it and this is in our MarchQueen human hair weave. It's written and now you'll have a video and you'll have the written the first thing.
I'm going to do is to brush out the weave and you can use a paddle brush or you can use a wide-tooth comb. I'll tell you this all this time that I'm kind of keep reiterating it. So you'll get it in your head forever and in your heart. I want you to start at the bottom of your wing key piece, then work your way up that's it and a good way has I put my hands in like this.
If I'm right, you put MarchQueen hair weave over your left hand and now you've kind of got control of it. If I want to hold it like that, kind of comb it down against its body. Now we've got pretty much, all of the tangles out. It's still a little tangled go to your detangler for since they care. I have the MarchQueen human hair weave, you know it's on the verge you're going to wake heaven and probably should have been there.
I'm going to go ahead and use the detangler because it's very gentle and it will help me get those tangles out before I wash it. When it's wet, I don't want to get more tangled, so I just put it on and then I take my wide-tooth comb and look see how it glides right through.
It doesn't stick on anything, now when you wash it, that detail is going to come right out and nobody will be the wiser. But you got all the tangles out before you start and trust me to get the tangles out before you start especially with the human hair weave because it can get real gritty.
I have these big bottles because I watch a lot of them, but you can get them small and they come like this in the little 8 ounce bottles. Then I'm going to use lukewarm water. I don't use hot boiling water because the lukewarm water is too tepid water or even a little warm it'll work just as well and it won't hurt not only the fiber but also the material.
So let's put the little lukewarm to warmish water in and for like this, I take one about a quarter worth a little bit more put it in your water. It seems funny because whenever you've washed your own human hair, you used to put it in your hand and start scrubbing well.
Now we're going to put it in the water, the same things that we did before. We're just going to soak it and remember to blend my hands down, never scrub or twist. I want to be really gentle with this fiber. Remember you saved up your money for this and if we take care of it properly and use the right products, you can extend the life of this hair weave for easily a year.