Why does my weave look bulky?
Your Hair Does Not Lay Flat, or It’s Lumpy
The number one reason that your weave might look lumpy could be because your stylist uses an incorrect braiding pattern to on your head. … Try using hand-tied wefts, and you do this by sewing the wefts tight with a needle and thread first before installing it into your hair.
How do I bring my weave back to life?
Keep on reading for our four-step plan to revive your weave:
- Detangle. Sometimes a tangled weave is just that: a weave full of pesky tangles. …
- Deep Condition. While deep conditioning is an essential step in any hair routine, it’s one of the most crucial steps in reviving a weave. …
- ACV Rinse. …
- Bleach Bath.
Can I put oil in my weave?
Make sure you oil it every three days with suitable scalp products, but be careful not to get the oil on your weave. … Put any grease or oil on your weave. Olive oil, coconut oil and any other oils can make your hair look cheap, synthetic and heavy.
Do weaves look natural?
Typically, when you wear a weave, you leave the front of your hair out to cover up any braids or weave tracks (AKA wefts). This gives you a more natural look because your real hairline is visible.