Create traditional weaves:
Step 1: Use a brush or a wide-toothed comb to remove all the tangles from your hair. Obviously, once your hair is not knotted, the compilation will be faster. When brushing your weave hair, remember to brush from the tip to the root. Never brush your hair directly from the roots as it may be more difficult to remove hair, which can cause hair damage and breakage.
Step 2: Divide the hair into three small parts. Grab the right strand with your right hand and grab the left strand with your left hand to let the middle strand loose. One caveat here is that you must grab these lines so that you can hold them in your palm with your middle, ring and little fingers and let your index finger move freely.
Step 3: Let your nephew pass through from left to center, as follows: First, grab the free middle part with your index finger and thumb. Then, grab the left side of the left palm with your right index finger and thumb. After that, you can see that the original left part is now the middle part. Simply put, if your line is first A, B, C, then they should be B, C, A now.
Step 4: Continue to weave, grab the “back” of the weave hair from the other hand with the “free” index finger and thumb of one hand. Repeat this process until you run out of weaving space, remember to leave an unassisted end of about 1-3 inches.
Step 5: Tie your throat with a non-rubber elastic band. You should not use rubber bands because rubber bands can damage your hair and are difficult to remove at the end of the day.