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    Posted: Aug 22 2013 at 12:02am
this seems to be the new phenomenon amongst most in demand stylists.. since i refuse to let anyone do my hair but myself i am determined to figure out how they do this!

i have tried placing my tracks supa close together... literally on top of each other... but i always end up running out of hair Cry i have tried zigzaging the tracks.. i have tried placing them in a U all the way around my head... i cant seem to get it!

so does anyone have any insight on how to achieve this "seamless" weave???
pics, youtube videos, diagrams or a simple explanation.... anything to help me get in the right direction would be greatly appreciated!!!







and then what about the "invisible stitch" anyone know how to do it???



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is the seamless a full weave or is it hair left out  between the tracks? looks like hair is left out
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Im not sure but i dont think hair is left out between the tracks.. that sounds like a braidless sew in. with this seamless one they always advertise "minimal leave out flawless install" blah blah . Lol
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I wish keizz would pop in here and spill the beans! With her light yaki install it was "seamless"... so perfect! I just want a super versatile install and not have to pay a billion dollars for it
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I remember this being discussed earlier in the year.  Scroll down to Kami612 and she gives insight on how to do it:
http://forum.blackhairmedia.com/who-does-she-think-she-is_topic353832_page13.html


I hope this helps.
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Maybe if you split the tracks and then place them close together, almost one on top of the other. Theoretically you could cover almost twice the amount of space on the head. Just a thought.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (2) Thanks(2)   Quote Kami612 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug 22 2013 at 1:45am
You were doing it right with the placing it super close together. Just one after the other.
You will find yourself using more hair then you normally would if you aren't using hair that is in 4 oz
bundles. Whenever I see the seamless technique done on IG or FB 90% of the time, the customer is using Sassy Mitchell (known for their 4 oz bundles). Also using hair that has flat, thin & easily foldable wefts makes a huge difference. I think this is one of the reasons stylists have started suggesting certain hair companies. They want their clients to buy hair from those companies because they KNOW it will make it easier for them to pull off these techniques.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote Kami612 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Aug 22 2013 at 1:59am
Oh and I have absolutely no idea how that Invisible stitch is done lol.
Seems kind of unnecessary if you use nylon thread instead of cotton.
But I am kind of curious as to how someone would take this down.

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Tracks are very close together, basically on top of one another. Using nylon thread makes the stitch invisible (to me). Use hair with very short to no beards. Take your time. 
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They also sew tracks together......
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