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 How to Weave Greek Knots?

Answer The women of Ancient Greece were known for wearing their naturally dark hair loose and wavy, letting it fall around their shoulders. Between 300 and 150 B.C., however, Greek women began to adopt th... Read More »
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How to Undo Knots at the End of a Weave?

A weave is a section of synthetic or human hair attached to a portion of fabric or netting called a weft. Hair weaves are used to add volume and length to natural hair. The weave is attached to the... Read More »
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How to make my sew in weave look natural I have really kinky hair, so a partial weave won't help.?

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How to Differentiate Between "Cobra Weave" and "Fishtail Weave"?

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What Is the Goat Weave Hair Weave Technique?

Traditional hair weaves commonly glue or bond hair extensions to individual strands of natural hair. A goat weave, however, employs a technique classified by the wig company Laissez Faire Hair as t... Read More »
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