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Topic: Vent: Leave out is flying with the wind, lolll
Posted By: Daymarme
Subject: Vent: Leave out is flying with the wind, lolll
Date Posted: Jun 06 2014 at 3:06pm
Well ladies that day has come....I'm fully natural and love weaves, but the weaves don't love me anymore. My flat-ironed leave out is selling me out like Pookie from New Jack City every time the slightest breeze blows. Cry I'm a newbie to Closures and I can't explain why I'm so nervous about getting one, lol. It's like I see more bad closures than good ones and it makes me nervous that I may end up with a bad one. But it seems like I gotta suck it up and make the plunge after this install. I can no longer do natural sewins anymore, the leave out thing is not for me. smh...I had no where else to vent but here. 



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Posted By: Daymarme
Date Posted: Jun 06 2014 at 3:10pm
Not done venting....

The full sew ins don't look natural enough to me....

The closures don't always look natural enough to me....

Bangs look like a helmet on me....


Why did I go natural and still love weave???? Am I the only one that gets frustrated sometimes???


Posted By: spencer4hire
Date Posted: Jun 06 2014 at 3:47pm
Are you using textures closest to your natural hair to avoid straightening it so much ?
If not, get acquainted with closures


Posted By: sugabanana
Date Posted: Jun 06 2014 at 4:40pm
Girl comeon over to the closure side. You wont regret it. Its the best thing made since weaves. We'll help you with your applications. Don't let your leaveout suffer in silence.


Posted By: Journey94
Date Posted: Jun 06 2014 at 5:31pm
Like they already said get a closure or kinky straight hair


Posted By: darlinnic
Date Posted: Jun 08 2014 at 1:18pm
Originally posted by Journey94 Journey94 wrote:

Like they already said get a closure or kinky straight hair


This alllll day
I wear kinky straight and do braid outs... EVERYONE thinks it's mine


Posted By: iBetYouhNvNika
Date Posted: Jun 08 2014 at 11:02pm
Full head weaves, wigs, & closures are the way to go. I had to learn the hard way myself!


Posted By: Daymarme
Date Posted: Jun 08 2014 at 11:08pm
Originally posted by spencer4hire spencer4hire wrote:

Are you using textures closest to your natural hair to avoid straightening it so much ?
If not, get acquainted with closures

Sorry for the delay...I keep getting an error message whenever I reply from my phone. it says I do not have privileges. Anyways, nahhh, the texture is never the same as my natural hair, lol. LOL And flat ironing the leave out doesnt last long. 


Posted By: Daymarme
Date Posted: Jun 08 2014 at 11:09pm
Originally posted by sugabanana sugabanana wrote:

Girl comeon over to the closure side. You wont regret it. Its the best thing made since weaves. We'll help you with your applications. Don't let your leaveout suffer in silence.

Suga you make it sound so fun and easy! lollll. I've been stalking the net looking at photos...there are quite a few stylists who have really mastered making it look real! Ok, I am coming over!!!! LOL


Posted By: Daymarme
Date Posted: Jun 08 2014 at 11:10pm
Originally posted by darlinnic darlinnic wrote:

Originally posted by Journey94 Journey94 wrote:

Like they already said get a closure or kinky straight hair


This alllll day
I wear kinky straight and do braid outs... EVERYONE thinks it's mine

I hear you girlie. Can you tell me or PM where you get your kinky straight hair from please?


Posted By: Daymarme
Date Posted: Jun 08 2014 at 11:10pm
Originally posted by iBetYouhNvNika iBetYouhNvNika wrote:

Full head weaves, wigs, & closures are the way to go. I had to learn the hard way myself!

Thanks Ibet! Yea, it seems like Closures win the votes around here. 


Posted By: Daymarme
Date Posted: Jun 08 2014 at 11:13pm
So honestly ladies, if applied PROPERLY, are closures harmless to our edges? For like 2-2 1/2 month long install...remove let your hair breath for some weeks and then re-install it...that should be okay right. My edges are so thin and in need of TLC...I have laid of sewins for a good while now...I'm ready to get back in the game but I am all about taking excellent care of my natural hair and hairline this time around!


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Date Posted: Jun 09 2014 at 3:55am
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Posted By: sbrooke
Date Posted: Jun 09 2014 at 4:54am
I'm on the same boat too girl. I've had my go-around with closures and every single one I've had balded.
I even got one from PerfectLocks which was expensive and balded terribly.


Posted By: Daymarme
Date Posted: Jun 09 2014 at 10:32am
Is Coarse Yaki hair easy to manage? I was thinking about what the earlier poster mentioned about finding a texture that blends with mine....I saw some coarse yaki on Kinky Curly Yaki IG and I'm thinking that might allow me to do a natural leave out part if I choose not to get a closure. A little pricey though, but the styling options are nice.  Decisions, decisions....


Posted By: BaayyyyBay
Date Posted: Jun 09 2014 at 9:23pm
If your natural hair is trained i think coarse yaki is a great option


Posted By: ragincajin
Date Posted: Jun 11 2014 at 7:05pm
OP, just make sure you've got the right forehead for closures.
If you've got a small forehead, you'll end up looking like you have a turtle on your head.
And that....will not be fun.
Good luck to you.


Posted By: Daymarme
Date Posted: Jun 11 2014 at 9:57pm
Thanks girlie^^  I'm gonna just take the plunge and try it...good or bad, I'll come with the review next week. 


Posted By: CurvyGirl27
Date Posted: Jun 11 2014 at 11:46pm
Closures can be intimidating, definitely, but I have found that silk closures will make your weave experience a dream. They require very little tweaking to look natural. They're going to cost almost double that of lace but they will be worth every penny and last you longer. All it took was having to fight with the grids on a lace closure and embarrassment over the paranoia of them showing to let me know that they were NOT for me. I don't even think twice about that or worry when I am wearing a silk closure. Just give it a try, I bet you will never want to fool with leave out again! 


Posted By: sugabanana
Date Posted: Jun 12 2014 at 8:56am
OP try lace closures 1st then step up into silk closures. I have on a silk closure now. Also I don't care about the crunch crunch happening in the front. I REFUSE to use heat EVER. You just gonna have to take me as I am ruts and all.LOL

Texture used is EP salon relaxed bob wig. I got this in the M2M section from another member. This hair is the BOMB. You see where the lace starts about 1 inch from my hairline? I used a dot of got2be gel and pressed it down with a comb. This is a 5x5 Silk Closure there is 1/4 inch of lace in the front. The lace on this closure is cut really really close to the silk.




Posted By: ragincajin
Date Posted: Jun 12 2014 at 10:52am
Originally posted by sugabanana sugabanana wrote:

OP try lace closures 1st then step up into silk closures. I have on a silk closure now. Also I don't care about the crunch crunch happening in the front. I REFUSE to use heat EVER. You just gonna have to take me as I am ruts and all.LOL

Texture used is EP salon relaxed bob wig. I got this in the M2M section from another member. This hair is the BOMB. You see where the lace starts about 1 inch from my hairline? I used a dot of got2be gel and pressed it down with a comb. This is a 5x5 Silk Closure there is 1/4 inch of lace in the front. The lace on this closure is cut really really close to the silk.




Man Suga....you've got me JEALOUS over here.LOLLOL
I'm using my off day to bake and look at hair.
Then here you come looking just fab!!!
When are you gonna do a hair update? 
I need to investigate the hair you mentioned.





Posted By: ragincajin
Date Posted: Jun 12 2014 at 10:54am
Originally posted by BaayyyyBay BaayyyyBay wrote:

If your natural hair is trained i think coarse yaki is a great option

Bay, I do not know this reference. 
What does "If your natural hair is trained..." mean?
TIA!



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