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How do you keep sewn in weave tracks from showing in the front of the head with ALL natural hair cornrowed?

December 22nd, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

Which cornrow pattern is best for a long layered sewn in weave to keep the tracks from showing after braiding ALL natural hair?

You want to do a circular pattern that goes around your head, and avoid starting any braids from the front of your head. Then you’ll want to sew in the weave in a way that will allow you to have a bang.

You can also leave out some of your hair in the front, and cornrow the rest. Once you sew in the tracks, you can just blend the loose hair in with the weave. You may have to flat-iron it to make is smooth. That was you won’t have to have a bang.

Good luck!

  1. mmm
    December 22nd, 2009 at 14:02 | #1

    they would have to sew the hair in or do the cornrows so that the hair covers it(ie side swept bangs and such)

    btw a curly weave would conceal it more than straight one
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  2. prplluva
    December 22nd, 2009 at 14:14 | #2

    You want to do a circular pattern that goes around your head, and avoid starting any braids from the front of your head. Then you’ll want to sew in the weave in a way that will allow you to have a bang.

    You can also leave out some of your hair in the front, and cornrow the rest. Once you sew in the tracks, you can just blend the loose hair in with the weave. You may have to flat-iron it to make is smooth. That was you won’t have to have a bang.

    Good luck!
    References :

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