If you bought some beautiful hair extensions or hair weaves, you could hardly wait to install them. So you just need to know how to blend your natural hair well with weave hair extensions. The most important factor that determines how easily your hair will blend with your human hair weave is the hair texture you buy.
Here, we take Indian hair as an example. With Indian straight hair weave being the most difficult and kinky/curly hair weave or kinky straight hair being the easiest, you need to choose wisely and make sure you are well prepared. Other factors to consider also include whether you will use heat tools or not, some naturals choose not to but if you do we'll cover how to do this without excessive damage.
Another major factor to consider when blending is that if you can get a perfect match in color then that is half the job done. Try to choose Indian remy hair that matches your hair color as closely as possible.
If you're dedicated you can do what I do, I dye my bundles with hair dye to jet black and then dye my leave out and edges the same color, it's flawless! The dye is also not permanent and harmless. A bad blend can make good quality virgin Indian hair look cheap so pay attention and do your research.
How To Blend Natural Hair With Straight Indian Remy Hair?
When facing this problem, the first thing to be mindful of when choosing a straight Indian weave is the amount of your hair that will be left out, to begin with. The less leave-out the better, obviously your leave-out should not be so little that you can see the tracks below it. But you shouldn't have a single strand more than what you need to cover those tracks. This limits the amount of damage to the hair if you will be heat styling.
You need to keep the straight human hair very silky. The truth of the matter with straight Remy hair is that you will need heat tools to achieve this look. I highly recommend you spray a heat protectant onto the leave-out and wait a minute to allow it to dry. Then apply a thin layer of Argan oil (or whatever oil you have, I just like Argan) to reduce the amount of friction when the flat iron is sliding through your human hair weave. Make sure the temperature is not too low otherwise you will have to slide it through again, but it should not be excessively hot either: I usually use 200°C to get the perfect blend and slide it through once.
You don't want to do this too often so seal the straightened leave-out with a tiny drop of oil and rub through - use a blow dryer on medium heat for day-to-day maintenance and ensure to wrap it when going to bed. If you can't be bothered with all this then do what everybody else does and get a hair closure, hair frontal, or wig.
How To Blend Natural Hair With Indian Curly Weave?
Curly hair weave is very common and popular with girls. A lot of the key points mentioned above apply here too but one of the most important things when blending or styling with Indian Remy curly hair weave is moisture! You need to keep the Remy Indian hair soft. Spray and condition the hair to a nice healthy feel, obviously not dripping wet but slightly damp and soft. The hair will be best to work within this state.
The best thing to do is prepare for bed, section your kinky curly Indian hair and leave it out into small bits, and begin to plait or twist them together like single braids or twists. Do this in a specific pattern and allow the hair to fall in the direction you intend when you take the plait out in the morning. Spray the plaits then wrap them with a scarf to secure them in place.
In the morning when you loosen your deep curly Indian hair, the texture of the plaits will match the texture of the virgin hair more closely. You may need to experiment to decide what size plaits and twists give you the most accurate match, I would recommend the smaller the better. Don't worry you won't have to do this every night - eventually, the pattern will start to maintain itself.
For some of you, you will need to blow dry your hair and comb it out to make it a bit straighter first before attempting this, especially if your natural curl pattern is much smaller or tighter than the hair you are trying to blend with.
How To Blend Natural Hair With Indian Wavy Weave?
The same rules for blending with curly weave would apply to blending with Indian wavy weave, for example, Indian body wave hair, Indian deep wave hair, and Indian deep wave hair. But the only difference with the wavy weave is that the curl pattern tends to loosen up or become straighter the longer the hair gets. What you, therefore, want to do is make sure that your natural hair also loosens up the longer the hair gets. This is something you will need to be mindful of when plaiting or twisting the hair as instructed above. Blow drying the hair first is highly recommended on this occasion.
Here we have introduced some methods how to blend natural hair with Indian Remy hair. If your weave is named virgin Indian hair, the method is the same as Indian Remy hair. Indian hair weave is one of the most high-quality human hair weave products now. You can try and enjoy it.
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