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OMG Ak I cant tell which pics are weave and which are your real hair! Amazing!!!
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OP, I think it's just YOUR opinion that the KC looks fake on those people, because I think most of the women in those thumbnails have very natural looking KC installs. If it doesn't look natural when you wear it, you should check your blending technique... Or mayb KC is just not the texture for your face type/style of dress.

I have BSL hair that is about SL when curly. I wear KC with no problem, and most people believe it's my hair. I usually wear KC in lengths between 18"-22".  I think it's all about the flatness of the install and the versatility in how the tracks are laid.





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Originally posted by pRiNCesSChANeL pRiNCesSChANeL wrote:

OMG Ak I cant tell which pics are weave and which are your real hair! Amazing!!!
 
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Originally posted by pRiNCesSChANeL pRiNCesSChANeL wrote:

OMG Ak I cant tell which pics are weave and which are your real hair! Amazing!!!

I was thinking the same thing lol, amazing installs!!
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Originally posted by KurlieBeautie KurlieBeautie wrote:

OP, I think it's just YOUR opinion that the KC looks fake on those people, because I think most of the women in those thumbnails have very natural looking KC installs. If it doesn't look natural when you wear it, you should check your blending technique... Or mayb KC is just not the texture for your face type/style of dress.

I have BSL hair that is about SL when curly. I wear KC with no problem, and most people believe it's my hair. I usually wear KC in lengths between 18"-22".  I think it's all about the flatness of the install and the versatility in how the tracks are laid.


Agreed. You see how KurlieBeautie and I both wear KC, but it looks different YET both are extremely natural. It has to be suitable to you. I wear my KC in-lines with how I have worn my hair for years. I never cared for perfectly coiffed hair. While I was relaxed, I wore messy roller sets. I prefer how big hair fits my frame. I've always had a Chaka Khan and Diana Ross flare since I was younger. Straight hair on me looks fake. Even when I was a kid with my hair pressed out, it didn't look right TO ME. I hated straight hair since the age of 5. I know how my hair looks freshly washed and styled, twisted, frizzy, blow dried, stretched, curled, picked, etc. So I make my weave mimic it.
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AmandaKay, what is the best hair for the undefined look? (AAMH, KCY etc) and which would last longer?
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WOW at those pictures! Super cute!
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I am having serious hair envy right now !! too bad I am relaxed, blending would be a nightmare Cry
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So for me as soon as I went natural I started wearing 20in but the trick was flat twisting my hair in the direction of how I wanted it to lay and also making sure if I wanted a deep wave than I make the flat twist bigger or if I wanted crinkles make the flat twist small. I'm 4a 4b but I can pretty much get it to blend as long as I follow those rules.

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Now to make it look more real to other I would just follow Amanda's advice gradually go up in inches that way it looks like its growing and go with a texture close to yours.
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