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Originally posted by Kami612 Kami612 wrote:

Yeah you can.
Just cut the cap so that it does not cover those areas.
Section off the areas that you want to leave out, braid/twist your real hair.
Put the cap on & outline the areas of the cap that will be covering your braided/twisted
down hair. Only sew the wefts onto the area you outlined, sew the u-part down and cut away
the excess cap.

HTH.Smile


Hey Kami. I'm new to making u-part wigs and I think I got the wrong cap. It's the weaving cap net. It looks good but I would like a little bit more room. Is it any way possible to repair this cap without starting completely over in a new cap?


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Dealing with av's is starting to get tired.... I've been trying to get in contact with an av about some hair she has for sale for a few days. No response, but i see her posting pics on all her social media pages. Sh!t I've been damn near stalking her lol ( the things we do for hair). This has got to be a new trend because all these companies act like selling hair is a favor.
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Originally posted by Kami612 Kami612 wrote:

Yeah you can.
Just cut the cap so that it does not cover those areas.
Section off the areas that you want to leave out, braid/twist your real hair.
Put the cap on & outline the areas of the cap that will be covering your braided/twisted
down hair. Only sew the wefts onto the area you outlined, sew the u-part down and cut away
the excess cap.

HTH.Smile

thank you!!!!!!!
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Originally posted by teendancer88 teendancer88 wrote:

Originally posted by Kami612 Kami612 wrote:

Yeah you can.
Just cut the cap so that it does not cover those areas.
Section off the areas that you want to leave out, braid/twist your real hair.
Put the cap on & outline the areas of the cap that will be covering your braided/twisted
down hair. Only sew the wefts onto the area you outlined, sew the u-part down and cut away
the excess cap.

HTH.Smile


Hey Kami. I'm new to making u-part wigs and I think I got the wrong cap. It's the weaving cap net. It looks good but I would like a little bit more room. Is it any way possible to repair this cap without starting completely over in a new cap?


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Hmm you could probably cut a few slits into the cap, not in areas that would cause it to fall apart but just to give yourself some room and then patch them with pieces if weaving net. The thick kind that comes shaped as a square.
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I've been heavy on this workout. Two weeks in and I feel sore after every workout & I LOVE IT.

Maybe my hair can be done this weekend.
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Originally posted by Kami612 Kami612 wrote:

Originally posted by teendancer88 teendancer88 wrote:

Originally posted by Kami612 Kami612 wrote:

Yeah you can.
Just cut the cap so that it does not cover those areas.
Section off the areas that you want to leave out, braid/twist your real hair.
Put the cap on & outline the areas of the cap that will be covering your braided/twisted
down hair. Only sew the wefts onto the area you outlined, sew the u-part down and cut away
the excess cap.

HTH.Smile


Hey Kami. I'm new to making u-part wigs and I think I got the wrong cap. It's the weaving cap net. It looks good but I would like a little bit more room. Is it any way possible to repair this cap without starting completely over in a new cap?




Hmm you could probably cut a few slits into the cap, not in areas that would cause it to fall apart but just to give yourself some room and then patch them with pieces if weaving net. The thick kind that comes shaped as a square. [/QUOTE]

Thanks girl ill try it.
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Just got my Jeffrey Italian Yaki installed. This hair flat irons like a dream. The women in the shop literally stopped and stared (and tried to get jeffrey's email so they could place an order! LOL)
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Tolllddddd you !
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Originally posted by Natural_Tee14 Natural_Tee14 wrote:

Tolllddddd you !


Girl. The stuff is the bomb. It literally looks like my hair flat ironed. It has the "swang" and everything. THis will definitely be my staple hair.
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i finished my upart. took foreverrrrr. will take pics tomorrow.
i used all 2 bundles and its HUGE. and i didnt even brush it out yet :(
i also wanna get it shaped up
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