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Thanks yall!!! I really appreciate it. The more I think about it, I don't think braidless is for me. I like the full look and im scared of having metal in my head so no. When I started looking for stylists down here in TX it seemed like all these girls specialized in the Malaysian/braidless method so I thought that might have been the new ish, but apparently not. Ill keep searching...
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Look in my blog hairedu.blogspot.com and click on prices. Next to braidless weave, you will see a picture of what it looks like. Make sure your stylist knows what he/she is doing because your hair and thread together help create a base. It will not damage your hair as long as your stylist is knowledgeable about this technique. If you are very tender headed or if you have thin hair, this will work for you.

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im thinking about going to Celina. She seems to do really go work. How did you like her and her shop

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i am thinking about trying celena. how is she as a stylist and her shop
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We do braidless sew-ins but all of the hair is up.  Your hair is molded down like a quickweave and sewn onto a cap.  I have pix if you want to see 
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I recently removed one of these braidless sew ins from my clients hair ....removing it ...was a pain in ass ...and the thread was all tangled in the young ladys hair .btw she was natural 4 b and transitioning ....her hair was literally matted up in the thread .....I had to soak her hair in coconut oil and evo ..and pic it out with the back of a rat tail comb ...and even with that there was serious breakage ..
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I have a mayalasian sew in right now and  it works very well for me. I'm going natural so my hair is about 3 months post relaxer and I use some garnier sleek and shine and a flat iron and it blends perfectly. I don't have any damage to my hair because its out under the weave but my hair is super short too.
The way my hairdresser did was was put these little bitty plastic clips/bands around my hair to form a  single row(or braid if it was a sew in) and when she sewed in the track she was piercing the plastic clips and not my hair. only that rows of hair that is used to sew the track is enclosed in the plastic clips the rest of my hair is out and I have a head full of weave...people that dont' know me think its mines 
It took awhile only because my hair is super short. But the hair lays flat and I can do the same stuff to my hair as a regular sew-in plus I can still take care of my hair underneath. I dont have itching because i can actually get to my hair underneath.
 It didn't slip to the point of me worrying that my  tracks would fall out but i did just get it tightened  because i have a lot of new growth and I've had it for 3 months. I plan to take it out in the next couple of weeks  only because I need to give my hair a break and see how its doing.
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This method works best with straight hair since your hair will be out in between the tracks. I don't see it being an effective "protective" style especially if you are going to frequently curl and flat iron your weave. If your aiming for a more natural look on an affordable budget this is one way to go.

I thought about getting it, but I want to see how my hair reacts to a braided sew in now. I know Cheryl of Flawless Extensions does it for $160. Her work is good.
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My name is Michelle, I am a Hair Stylist in the Charlotte, NC area. I do the Malaysian Sew-in Method.. My Clients Love it... Here are some Photos I did this week, and Last week....
I have more photos on my website...



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i wish there was someone in MD/VA/DC area that did it for a good price (less than $200).  i want this bad!
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