Sew in weave is a kind of human hair weave which can sew in our natural hair. People can get long and beautiful hair by wearing hair bundles and closure sew in. Over time, sew-ins have easily evolved into the most dynamic, versatile method of installing hair extensions. Here, we will share this installation method which has helped women effortlessly enhance and transform their looks. 

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High-quality hair bundles and lace closures will make sure the perfect full sew in

I'm all for paying for quality bundles such as those at Nadula hair Extensions. But I always wear them properly to get the most out of them and to give you a flawless look. You shouldn't have tracks showing, leave-out not blending in well with your bundles, or a sew-in looking like it's about to levitate off your head because the foundation is horrible.

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Remember, before you think about going to secure that bag make sure your sew-in is on point! With a flawless installation, you'll have the deal sealed as soon as you enter the room! Here's what you'll need to complete your sew-in from start to finish.

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You will need for Full sew-in :

A rat tail comb to create neat parts

A wide toothcomb to comb hair neatly

Oil for scalp

Black Nylon Thread

Small Rubber Bands

Hook Needle

Duckbill Clips

Weaving Net

Wig Cap (depending on the technique used)

Flat Iron

Three bundles of hair (shampooed, deep-conditioned, and dried)

1 Pack of Synthetic Braid Hair (optional)

What do you need to do before sewing in hair?

If you want to get a perfect full sew-in hair, prepping your hair first and choosing the best sew-in technique for the ultimate installation is very necessary. Just think about it.

First, you need to clean your natural hair thoroughgoing because you will keep your hair sewn in for many days. I advise you to use organic shampoo.

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Then, shampoo and condition your hair. It's your choice of how you dry it. The technique you use to dry your hair is your choice but if you allow your hair to air-dry or sit under a hair dryer make sure you add moisture back into your hair.

A great moisturizer is vital to prevent dryness while you're rocking your sew-in. As you are applying your moisturizer, pay particular attention to your ends and edges. Don't go overboard with the product because a little goes a long way.

Before sewing in hair, you need to braid your hair first.

how to braid hair for a sew-in?

1. Start by leaving out a small section of hair around the sides and back to blend for a more natural look.

2. Create two perimeter braids (each one going to the temple of your head). Braid them both toward the back of your head. Create one braid (make sure to leave some hair out) that is going to go across the back nape area of the head. This braid will be your anchor braid for your back wefts.

3. Separate hair into three sections and slide down about a quarter of an inch to half an inch before you start to your braid. Braiding this way helps to reduce tension on your scalp.

4. Braid the rest of your hair and keep your braids small and neat. Small braids provide you with a flat and smooth look when your sew-in is finished and help it to last longer.


These braids should be braided straight to the back. You can add virgin hair to each braid. It helps your braids last longer.

Steps of Sewing Into The Braids:

1. Take the braids and start to sew them down by placing your remaining loose braids in between other cornrows to ensure you get a flat base. Make sure you knot your thread a couple of times to make sure it's secure.

2. Take your threaded needle underneath all three braids. Loop your thread twice and pull straight through. Create a knot and continue the stitching process until you secure the entire braid.

3. Continue the process above for each braid.

4. Apply oil to your scalp but don't saturate the hair or scalp. Remember! A little goes a long way!

5. Take the braids and start to sew them down. Place your remaining loose braids in between other cornrows to ensure you get a flat base. Make sure you knot your thread a couple of times to make sure it's secure.

Frontal sew-in method

Frontal sew-in means sew in with closure. If you're installing a closure, align the closure with the part in the head. Leave about a ¼ of the closure in front of the hairline.

1. Put your first stitch through the closure and then stitch into the braid and through the closure and pull the thread through. Loop it through the thread and bring it to the edge of the closure to secure a knot.

2. You'll need help with the other side. Have someone hold the closure down as you secure the opposite side. Repeat the same process as before.

3. Don't pull too tight because you want to protect your edges. Stitch the closure along the perimeter and the braid. Don't leave large gaps between stitches because you don't want any bunching.

4. Stitch closure down going toward the back of the head. Always stitch the sides first and then the back.

5. Begin sewing your bundles by doubling the wefts.

6. Start at the back of the head. Stick the needle through the wefts through the bottom braid and then through the weft again.

7. Complete 5-7 stitches and then knot them.

8. You don't have to go through the weft with every stitch. Maybe every 3-5 stitches.

Make sure you go through the wefts when you get to the edge of the head and knot the thread.

Cheap sew-in hair Extensions

 There are many online or offline hair stores which are selling sew-in hair extensions and weaves. Some of them have good quality virgin Remy hair materials. But you must need to identify the sample before you place orders. Cheap sew-in hair is welcome by most customers, but quality is more important. So, just check all the items of the sellers to make sure that you will buy from them.