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Best tips on how to fix weavon at home by Vlad(m) : 2:54 pm

Would you like to learn how to fix weavon step-by-step? You can create different weave hairstyles at home with the appropriate knowledge, a couple of supplies, some time and also a lot of patience.

Check the step-by-step guide for fixing of weavon.

The first step in learning different styles of fixing human hair is creating a certain foundation to attach your extensions to. Next, you will sew wefts of your hair extensions onto the ready base of cornrows in order to create texture, length, and style.

So you should know which finished style you want. It must be done before you begin parting your sections for the base.

Do you want to have a part?
Are you going to wear your hair up?
Would you like to wear your sewed hair in various styles?
All of the answers will help you to decide how to section your hair.

What things do you need?
Any human hair extensions (they should be on the weft)
Needle for curved hair sewing (for different styles of weavon to fix)
Specific thread for hair sewing (it must be the same color as your hair)
Hair clips
Tail comb
Weavon fixing styles in Nigeria: step-by-step guide

Step 1

Wash your hair using shampoo, and then add a conditioner. Blow dry your hair and straighten it if it’s necessary.

Step 2

Plan the whole hairstyle you would like to have and then make parts showing the places where the braided base will be. Separate and then pin up all hair that should stay out of your weave (some edges, the crown of the head or nape of the neck and others).

Step 3

You should use only small amount of hair extension as it will be reinforcement and braid your hair in either a continuous cornrow braid or, for example, art horizontal specific sections and braids those. You should also make your cornrows as narrow and flat as it is possible.

Use the thread and needle to sew the braids ends of the along the bottom of your cornrows. Take enough thread you can sew an entire track with one length (it's much easier when your take down time arrives).

Step 4

Start from the back of your head; sew every row of hair extension onto one cornrow. Begin the procedure from the edge of your cornrow and then keep your track as flat as you can.

Go over the same spot a couple of times with the thread and needle when you begin your track to fix it properly. You should do the same trick when you start working on the other end of you cornrow.

Step 5

You should cut the track as soon as you've fixed the end to your cornrow. This trick helps to get the measurements as right as it is necessary.

Step 6
After that continue fixing your hair onto the cornrows using that way just until you've finished with the whole head.

Step 7

If your chosen style requests it, come with a closure part for the crown of the style, fix it in place now.

Step 8

Trim and then style the hair any way you wish.
This step-by-step guide to fixing hairstyles in Nigeria may become precious for you if you are a real fashion-goer. Experiment with your hair and look stylish every day! Due to modern technologies, you can make them as long and as you wish at home.

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