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    Posted: Jul 19 2010 at 4:03pm
how many packs of hair .. or how much hair do you guys think you or a regular person lookin for a full natural partial weave shud get ?
 
doin the in between sew in method.. if confused this is what im talkn about : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zcuUqXxJTxg....
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You should be fine with one pack. You may not use d whole pack.
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thanks @peace86..i figured dat lol
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one pack should set you right.
j.w why are u using the in-between method as opposed to braiding up the whole back?
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@milan z.......................lol...welll i want a more natural ..flatter.. more versatile weave.. soo i can b able to put it into a high ponytail and not haven to wory about nothing .. the last time ive done it it laid flat as a board.....wat are your thoughts on this ?
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one pack
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I agree 4 ounces should be just right
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thanks yalll !! :)
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I have my crown and perimeter out and I don't even use a full 4 oz.
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I would discourage leaving any hair out that doesnt have to be, a sew in is a great proctective style, it allows your natural hair to be sheltered from the abuse that you put on your weave...
 
what i have done in the past when I wanted to be able to pull the hair up was leave enough hair out in the back and perimiter that when i pulled the weave up, my real hair would cover it.
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