Protective Styles Regimen Guide for Under Weave Care
Hair weaving is a protective style. Hair weaves became popular in the late 1980's and are still very popular today. Hair weaving is another form of protective styling. There are several ways to install weave. Whichever way you choose, it is important to commit to using a hair regimen that will keep your hair healthy and clean while reducing hair matting and hair loss while your hair is weaved. The Taliah Waajid protective styles regimens below will help you to protect, care for, and maintain strand strength and elasticity while supporting hair growth.
What is a hair weave?
Traditionally weaves are made on a fabric weft. They are called a Weft Weave. The weft has strands of hair sewn to it. The the hair that is attached to the weft comes in a variety of textures and colors. The strip of weave hair is called a track or a weft. The hair weft is then sewn on a patterned cornrow base that is braided onto one's scalp. Sometimes a person's natural hair is left outside of the tracks to cover/hide the tracks. Hair is usually left out around the hairline, nape area and at the top of the head to blend into the weaved style, sometimes no natural hair is left out.
Since weaves were introduced, professional stylist have created many ways to apply loose hair to one's style. The techniques range from Interlock weaves, Tree Braids, etc. No matter the method used to have your weave style installed, you must protect and care for the hair underneath to maintain its strength, elasticity and beauty. Also creating and maintaining a healthy scalp will encourage better hair growth. Here are the Taliah Waajid Protective Styles products that will help.