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Originally posted by joileprincess joileprincess wrote:

Originally posted by LovesLace LovesLace wrote:

Originally posted by CrownRhoyale CrownRhoyale wrote:

And people stay complaining that bhm'ers don't share information...

Thanks ya'll,

But I'm still confused about something...
if you cut the hair off the weft, crochet it through braid and then tie the hair in a knot  in place, 
how do you keep the hair strands aligned so that i doesnt start tangling?

I'm assuming you can't tie the two ends together (like tying a shoe) because who would end up with cuticles doing in opposite directions... 

I see how you could do this will hair w/o cuticles, but what if the cuticles are intact? how would you secure the hair? would it be like ventilating a closure?
There are different ways of doing it. Think micro pinch braids or ventilating a wig. There has to be a small fold over like with ventilating, that will keep the cuticles from rubbing causing tangling. You cut off any over lapping hair. Some use nail glue to seal the knot.


I used spirit gum because I am and DIY and afraid of getting nail glue on my hair.
Did you do it on hair that was exposed from the braid or your leaveout? Which technique did you use?


I did it on the hair exposed from the braid. I used a micro crochet needle, the same one that you would use for micro-links. After I pulled it through I tightened it and added a dab of spirit gum to seal it. I've also done a similar method with a weaving net. It was much easier to remove.
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Here's how I think it's done. You Braid your hair like you would for an invisible part, leaving an inch or so of hair out in between the braids to later cover the invisible part better. Once you get to the invisible part you can do it the way most people do it or you can do it crochet style. Use the same hair you was using, cut of the weft if needed or just buy some bulk hair. Making the smallest crochet you can, just like crochet braids. then once you are finished part the hair you left out over the crochet. And DONE!! Save yourself $300. Youtube tree braids or crochet.  http://youtu.be/dlVZPlsDb6U - http://youtu.be/dlVZPlsDb6U

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Originally posted by Kann12001 Kann12001 wrote:

Here's how I think it's done. You Braid your hair like you would for an invisible part, leaving an inch or so of hair out in between the braids to later cover the invisible part better. Once you get to the invisible part you can do it the way most people do it or you can do it crochet style. Use the same hair you was using, cut of the weft if needed or just buy some bulk hair. Making the smallest crochet you can, just like crochet braids. then once you are finished part the hair you left out over the crochet. And DONE!! Save yourself $300. Youtube tree braids or crochet.  http://youtu.be/dlVZPlsDb6U - http://youtu.be/dlVZPlsDb6U


Tree braids are much more different than crochet. In tree braids the hair is left out while braiding the cornrow. With crochets extra hair is pulled through the cornrow and looped and knotted.
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Ok well I guess crochet is the way to go then. I did it before doing the crochet method and coming my leave out over the crochet parts. Never had tree braids sorry ..thought they were about the same. I guess they would work too.
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This is what I originally thought when I was coming up with my hypothesis. But I see that its not. This is pretty cleaver also but I think the beauty supply sells this already. I rally really wanna get this lacing thing down packed.
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Yeah I seen that one too. Only thing is that closure method looks OK not as flawless as in the pictures from this lady's site. I'm pretty sure she does the weaving and crochet method. At least I think so. If you do the crochet and braids small enough they lay flat and disappear under the leave out.
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I'm posting from my phone annnnmd I keep getting error messages from bhm. So bare with me. I'll try to answer as many ques as poss and will have photos later.
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Lacing is similar to the crochet method. Cut hair from weft, using crochet need to push through the hair between the scalp/braids and NOT the braids like the crochet method.
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PB please show us pics or the needle you used?
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