| Malexandre wrote:|
I am sorry but I have to comment on that because it s making me lmao. Those women are not doing anything special! they are using their brain, something that stylist (no offense to the ones on this forum) seem to lack. When I first moved to this country and I went to get my first weave ,the woman start braiding my hair all to the back... I was like WTF!!! since then It has been a challenge to find someone who understand that this is not the way to go at all. It doesn't matter if you are having a side part, middle part ! braiding all the way to the back will left you with a big bump on the back of your head! a bump that they are trying to flatten using a kilo of thread and super complicated technique for no reason!
Where I am from I am used to people braiding in circular pattern and zig zag in the middle of the head. I doesn't matter how long your hair are it always came up flat! (your head is round, why it doesn't make sense for people to follow the shape of your head?!) The only thing you have to do is contour the horseshoe.Not only your hair is flat but you end up with only ONE braid that you can sew easily. Instead of having a thousand of braid and a kilo of thread that you have to remove with scissors and risk cutting your hair in the process.
I am just saying no need for complicated sew in pattern it is as simple of that!
Great pattern!! My braid pattern is similar in the flatness of the back! That is also a biggie for a seamless weave!
Did you make that diagram? I so, can I use it to show how I lay my tracks for the seamless appearance?
at this bish saying she invented the seamless weave.
No boo, you did not invent tiny ass base braids w/ simple track laying.
I'm loling at this chick acting like this ish is something intriquit!
All it take is some time and willing to experiment to find out how to do one.
I've been doing seamless installs since I was 16, she may have coined the term but she can
FOH with acting like she invented it.
I'll be impressed if this broad invented a weave that is full and can be parted anywhere without having to leave hair out! When you figure that out, then you can act like Queen Weavy, untill then have a thousand seats!!
I think we should start a thread and collaborate techniques that we use for our seamless weaves, starting with the pattern posted above!!