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Sew in weaves are the most popular way to add volume and length to your hair for relatively low prices. 

Traditional sew in weaves (commonly referred to as just "sew in" or "weave") are a great choice for changing your look dramatically.  The process involves synthetic or human hair attachments which are woven into your existing hair. Braids are used as the base of the style.  Aside from their beautiful look, hair weaves add volume to existing hair and successfully conceal thinning hair as well.  I am gentle with your hair when preparing it for the sew in weave.  Pain does not equal gain for this process.  

Sew in weaves are great for all hair types.  They are an easy way to achieve the look you want at a more economical price.  These weaves typically last anywhere from 4 -12 weeks depending on the client and hair type.

2 packets of human hair is usually enough for a full sew-in weave




This is one of the most current sew in methods on the market.  It is done using thread as the base for the extensions instead of braids.

The process takes between 2 - 3 hours to complete and lasts up to 3 months with proper care.

Great for clients with a very sensitive scalp as this process does not use braids which may be uncomfortable for some clients.

This is a good alternative for the Traditional Sew In Weave for clients with fine or silky hair textures.  Also more durable for clients who shampoo their hair frequently (more than twice a week) or those who lead active life-styles. 

**This method is not practical for clients with natural hair as hair is left out between the weft tracks.**



Hair is re-usable.  The process involves no braids, no pain, no heat.  It is great for clients with sensitive scalps.  Not ideal for clients with natural hair or are transitioning.  Hair is left out in between the weft tracks.

The process takes 1 - 2 hours to complete (most clients are done within an hour).  Easy to remove.  Typically lasts 6-8 weeks with proper care.


Please make sure you contact me if you do not know if you can be a candidate for this hairstyle.  This is not the same as a quickweave/bonded weave.