Ombre Hair Extensions Brazilian Curly Wave Hair Natural Black/Light Auburn

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  • Type: Ombre Brazilian Hair
    Brand: FlyHair
    Color: #1B/30 Natural Black/Light Auburn
    Weight: 300g
    Length: 12 - 26 Inches
    Quantity: 3pc/lot
    Hair Life: 6 - 12 months with proper care and use
    Application: Available in the latest styles, Colors and shades
    Hair Texture: Curly Wave
    Shipping: Free Shipping DHL 2-5 days


    Ombre Brazilian Hair refers to hair color fading from dark to light, or vice versa. Instead of the color starting from the roots, it gradually becomes lighter, or darker, towards the ends. Natural Black/Light Auburn Ombre can be very subtle or very striking. The Curly Wave Ombre Brazilian Hair is made from 100% remy human hair, are sewn along the top to create a length of hair that can be applied using many different techniques. This hair is extremely versatile. It's amazing!


    About Usage:


    How to sew in weft hair extensions?

    Weft can be put into your hair in several ways. You can glue in weft tracks, or have the weft braided into your hair. Some people prefer to have weave sewn into their hair because it will last the longest. Here is how to do:
    1. Wash, dry and comb your hair so that all knots are removed.
    2. Create a horizontal part across the back of your head about 2 to 3 inches from the nape of your neck. Clip the rest of your hair away. For a natural look, make the parts on the back of the head just below the crown of the head and all the way down to the neck. Make thin, tight cornrow braids with your natural hair following the parts. Do not braid so tightly that you pull the scalp.
    3. Thread your needle in the same manner as you would thread a needle for sewing fabric.
    4. Line the weft of a hair extension against the cornrow closest to the neck on the back of the head, starting at the far left of the cornrow.
    5. Sew on the weft of the hair extension from left to right, by moving the needle under and over the braid as if you were stitching a piece of fabric.
    6. Cut off the remaining weft when you have reached the end of the cornrow.
    7. Work your way from the neck to the top of the head, sewing on each hair extension to each cornrow from left to right and cutting off any extra weft at the end of each cornrow.
    8. Leave your extra hair clipped up and trim the weave and style it. Remove the clip from your natural hair and style it in place to combine your natural hair with your weave.