12 October, 2012

Sew-In With Invisible Part Reveal

At last, am back home and back to my laptop and camera so I can now reveal my new protective style for the rest of the year- a sew-in with invisible part!

Ok, let me explain that the sew-in (a.k.a weave-on) was done by hair dresser C. I used two 14 inch hair- the first time I've used a long piece. I think the weave is hiluxury? One cost 29gh (15$). She then did the invisible part. Instead of sewing along the parts, which is the usual closure method, she used a glue to place pieces of the weave along the part. Enjoy these snap shots!





Send me a mail for directions to her shop!

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11 comments:

  1. Looks good, so is your hair completely hidden with this sew in?

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    1. Totally hidden, which is better for me since I intend to keep it for at least 12 weeks.

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    2. Cool I'll be looking forward to seeing how that goes. I used to leave mine in for at least 8 weeks but the growth versus jacked up ends wasn't always working out. That was my fault because I wasn't doing what I needed to do between salon visits.

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    3. I have also never been good at keeping weaves for a long period but this time, i'll do my best because my schedule is getting crazier each minute.This break will help me keep my hair intact whilst hustling!

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  2. Oh wow! One of the best invisible parts I've seen lol (most look like an invisible gap!)

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    1. Wow!My hair dresser will be delighted to know this. Thanks.

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  3. Abena thats really neat..... wow am impressed, where did u buy the weave n also i'd like directions to her shop thnx

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    1. I bought the weave from her shop-she sells a variety of hair and with different grades and price range.She's around the Kisseman junction. I'll send you her phone number so you can call her.

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  4. Anonymous7:36 am

    could you post the number of the shop owner please ? :) the hair looks amazing and how many packs did you use?

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  5. love the closure

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  6. ghanaianemprezz8:34 pm

    thanks

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