To sew in a partial weave, cornrow the hair, sew dangling ends back into the hair, and sew the extensions into the cornrows. This three-hour procedure requires a styling comb, scissors, a mirror, thread, a needle, tiny rubber bands and a package of hair extensions.Know More
Consider the style you wish to achieve, and use the pick of the styling comb to isolate the sections of hair you do not wish to include in the weave. Clip or pin them out of the way. Cornrow the rest of the hair in small, tight, flat braids running from the forehead to the nape of the neck. Secure the end of each cornrow with a tiny rubber band, then thread a needle and sew the dangling ends back up into the cornrows.
Place a hair extension at the center of the nape of the neck, and sew its track across the cornrows. Place additional extensions on both sides, trimming them if necessary.
Sew the rest of the extensions to the cornrows, placing each extension row about 1 inch from the one below it.
After you install the final extension, unclip the rest of the hair. Comb it, and style it as desired.
To braid cornrows in hair, start with a small section near the hairline, begin the braid, and add small strands of hair to the braid until the row is complete. Braid the hanging hair, secure, and repeat for successive sections of hair.Full Answer >
To braid cornrows, start by wetting the hair and parting it into sections. Separate each section into three strands, and continuously pass the right and left strands under the middle one. Continue until the whole head is complete, securing each cornrow with an elastic band or hair clip.Full Answer >
Non-ethnic hair can be braided in cornrows. While these braids are often historically recognized as an African American hairstyle, cornrows can be woven into hair with any type of texture. They gained popularity among the white culture after Bo Derek wore the hairstyle in the movie "10."Full Answer >
To make crochet braids using human hair, begin by braiding cornrows from the forehead moving to the back. Sew the ends of the braided hair to the head to ensure they are firm and do not untangle. Use the crochet to fix the human hair on the existing cornrows.Full Answer >