Pros & Cons of Sew-In Track Weave | Black Hairstyles

Pros & Cons of Sew-In Track Weave | Black Hairstyles


Today we’re going to talk about pros and cons
of using the sew-in track weave. The pros of sew-in track weave is that they
last a long time, your hair gets to grow, and it’s a longer lasting hold than, say,
a bonding technique. Today we’re going to talk about pros and cons
of using the sew-in track weave. It’s long lasting, allows your hair to grow
and it’s a method that people use when they want to wear extensions for long period of
time. Sometimes people braid your hair too tight,
so once they braid it tight and then they sew over it tight, then the hair starts to
get pulled at the roots and you can destroy your hair follicle. The other thing with the sew-in track weaving
that can be a con, is people leave it in too long. So, instead of taking it out in an appropriate
amount of time, the hair is left in too long which causes it to matte-up and thread and
get knotted so it’s hard to remove the tracks. The other con that could possibly happen with
a track weave is that someone makes the braids too big and they sew the hair on too thick
and then the hair is lumpy, your weave is lumpy. The best thing to do when it comes to using
track weaving is get someone that does it well, go to the salon, check out their work
and see if you like what they do.

5 thoughts on “Pros & Cons of Sew-In Track Weave | Black Hairstyles

  1. You say allows your hair to grow? Does this include Caucasian hair ??? I have lost a TON of hair . It is now the shortest it has ever been . I’m so upset . I have Lyme disease and was on meds for over a year .. think that’s what did it. Would this technique help my hair ?

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