Mystery SOLVED!!!!!! Please enjoy!! I dug back to 2009
Here are a
few links. The first one is the one I created in search of a stylist
who does it on the east coast. The others are where I read about the
method on here.
I wasn't able to fly out to LA to the originator of this method and
was never able to find anyone on the East Coast who knew it so I taught
it to my long time stylist.
parted my hair where I wanted my part to be then braided all of my hair
left out nothing but a tiny bit of the edges like 1/4"
Sewed in the tracks including on the braids at the top next to my part.
She cut some hair off of the left over tracks.
pushed the latch hook under the flat part of hair beteen my scalp (at
the part) and braid and took tiny tiny batch of hair even smaller than
if you were doing micro braids, folded it in half and placed it over
the hook of a latch hook tool. Closed the latch hook and pulled it back
through the same way she pushed it under and tied the hair in a tiny
almost invisible knot.
when you pull the latch hook back through release one of the halves of
the tiny batch of hair on the hook so that only one side comes back and
you tie them together.