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Originally posted by teamGLAMgirl teamGLAMgirl wrote:

Originally posted by impromptwo impromptwo wrote:

hey i am so so so new to this hair thing. I would like to know how exactly to you seal a weft and what do you use.

Hello! Weft sealers have gained much popularity recently and women are using it as a way to protect their investment, especially when they install their virgin hair enhancements because these are too costly. It is used as a means to prevent shedding. Earlier versions of this included fray reduction products from fabric stores. Now you can purchase sealers intended for wefts. I'm personally not a fan of weft sealer. I love for a product to perform as it should. Meaning expensive machine wefts should not shed. Weft sealer is an additional expense and this can add up. I love hand-tied wefts and I personally designed a signature method where there is virtually no shedding without the use of a sealer. If you would like more information, please contact me. I also recommend Pat "the wefter" for machine wefting bulk hair. Hope I've helped. 

THANKS FOR THE INFO Big smile
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Originally posted by impromptwo impromptwo wrote:

Originally posted by teamGLAMgirl teamGLAMgirl wrote:

Originally posted by impromptwo impromptwo wrote:

hey i am so so so new to this hair thing. I would like to know how exactly to you seal a weft and what do you use.

Hello! Weft sealers have gained much popularity recently and women are using it as a way to protect their investment, especially when they install their virgin hair enhancements because these are too costly. It is used as a means to prevent shedding. Earlier versions of this included fray reduction products from fabric stores. Now you can purchase sealers intended for wefts. I'm personally not a fan of weft sealer. I love for a product to perform as it should. Meaning expensive machine wefts should not shed. Weft sealer is an additional expense and this can add up. I love hand-tied wefts and I personally designed a signature method where there is virtually no shedding without the use of a sealer. If you would like more information, please contact me. I also recommend Pat "the wefter" for machine wefting bulk hair. Hope I've helped. 

THANKS FOR THE INFO Big smile

You are very welcome! 
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Thank you for the information. What do you charge for the weft sealing per piece, per bundle, or per kilo?
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Here you go. Check out Youtube for all types of weft sealing:
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WbYo46vpMUA - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WbYo46vpMUA
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I'm not new to weaves, but new to virgin hair which hair would you ladies say is best to blend with relaxed hair. I usually do a U or L-shape leave out. I like wavy as I'm a wash n go type of girl, But have been reading alot about malay..? Any suggestions/pics/comments are much appreciated!
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I hate my install and its only been 2 weeks Cry 
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Hey all!! I ordered some hair from Jeffrey...some dupe curls suppose to have a curly pattern similar to the [Name Removed by Request of Vendor]...Anyway I wanted to lower the luster to the hair. How do I do that?
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^^Try curly perming or boiling the hair (with caution)
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Hello everyone, Ive been looking around this forum for a while but have always been so nervous to post haha but I have a question..
Earlier this year I bought some "virgin" indian hair from ali and the back got so tangled it was rediculous. I took it out after only 3 weeks. Is there anything I can to to the hair to bring it back to life lol, Ive done it to one of my weaves but I didnt get that problem. And I am also looking to make a high quality weave purchase for my birthday and I wanted some suggestions.. I am looking for like a wavy texture
 
 
 
Oh and btw I am wearing the hair in my picture <<< Cry


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