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                                                                      HOW TO SEW IN PRISTINE HAIR 

PRISTINE HAIR COMPANY -  Our 100 Percent human hair Wefts are strands of hair that are woven into long, cloth bands which are called wefts. The bands, not the actual extension hair, are what you attach to your natural HAIR/BRAIDS 

Adding PRISTINE HAIR COMPANY  HAIR - EXTENSIONS can  give you the longer, fuller hair you crave.   

Pristine Hair Company  ,hair  when applied to your hair will  give your hair the length and body and beautiful look you want.

1.Decide what kind of extensions you want. choose from our high quality 100 % human hair selection ..


PRISTINE HAIR COMPANY 100 %HUMAN HAIR . can be worn 24/7 for months ,washed, brushed, straightened and curled while they're in place. 

  •  Human hair is the most popular type for extensions; it's easy to TAKE OF (treat it the way you would your own hair) and essentially undetectable when properly INSTALLED. You don't have to do any special styling to human hair. . You can use straightening irons and curling irons or tongs on human hair and even dye it to your desired color

  • . Human hair is more expensive,will give you the longer, fuller hair you crave which  last longer with proper care.

2.Choose a color. Unless you intentionally want extensions in a fun color such as pink, blue or purple, choose a color that most closely matches your own hair color. If you can't decide between two shades, go with the lighter one.

  • It can be difficult to find an exact match to your color, so if you're buying human hair, think about bringing it to your stylist to have it dyed to match your own hair color

3.Calculate how much hair you need. The amount of hair you'll need depends on the thickness of your own hair and how much length and/or                fullness you want to add.

  • If adding fullness only and your own hair is similar to the length of the extensions, purchase two bundle of hair,include closure if needed.

  • If your own hair is much shorter than the length of the extensions you want, you'll need about 3 to 4 bundles of hair to get a full, natural look.

  • As a general guideline, the longer the length of the extension, the more hair you'll need for a full look.

4. Consider how you'll wear your hair. Think about hairstyles and decide how you want your hair to fall after you have the extensions in                          place. 

           This is important, as the way the hair is parted and how the extensions are placed dictates how the hairstyle will fall when it is finished


5. Wash and condition your hair. Dry your hair completely with a blow dryer and comb through it to ensure there are no knots or snarls.

6. Create a part for the extension. Part your hair at the point(s) on the head where you want to add the extension. 

              For example, if you're sewing in an extension to add length, create a part that goes from temple to temple and/ or one that goes from                   the top of the left ear and across the head to the top of the right ear.

  • Try to get the line as even as you can. Once you do, comb up the hair above the part line and clip it into place.

  • Part the hair again just a tiny bit underneath your first part. You want to create a very thin "line" of hair that you'll use to make your cornrow. Take the hair below your cornrow part and secure it with a ponytail holder.

    • The cornrow braid will serve as the "anchor" on which the extension will be sewn. 


1 Thread your needle. Cut a piece of extension thread about 48 inches (121.9 cm) long and thread one end through the eye of a                  curved needle. Pull the thread through until there is an equal amount on both sides. You're going to be working with a double thread. Tie            the two loose ends together with a secure knot.



Secure the weft together. A single hair extension is also known as a weft. If you want to create extra fullness, simply fold your weft in half. Take your needle and insert it through the unfolded edge of the weft so that it's held together along the unfolded size.




Make the first stitch. With the weft now attached to your needle and thread, insert your needle underneath the cornrow and bring it up. The curved needle should make this easy, and the point of the needle should now be pointing back at you.



Attach the extension. Take the needle (the point is facing you) and insert it into the front of the extension right below the seam, which is called the track. If you're working with a folded weft, be sure your needle goes under both tracks. Hold the hair extension up and              try to cover the cornrow with it. Insert the needle back under the cornrow and pull the thread gently, leaving a loop.

  • If your cornrow extended beyond your part, simply fold it back onto the head as you attach the extension.



Make a knot. Once you bring your needle and thread up from behind your cornrow, insert the needle through the loop you left at the                end of your last stitch and pull the thread through. Pull firmly to attach the extension in place securely.





Continue sewing. Insert the needle back underneath the track of your extension about a 1⁄2 inch (1.3 cm) away from your last stitch. Slide the needle under the cornrow, leave a loop and bring the needle and thread through the loop to secure your extension.                      Continue  sewing your extension along the part line keeping your stitches neat and a uniform 1/2-inch distance apart.



End the row. When you're one stitch away from the end of your extension, insert the needle through the front of the extension and tack the two folded ends to one another. Do not go under the cornrow again. Make two or three stitches to fold the folded end onto itself.             Then insert your needle through one of the stitches, pull through to create a loop and insert your needle through the loop to make a knot.            Knot the end two or three times for extra security. Trim the edges of the leftover thread on both ends of the extension.



Cut if necessary. Depending on how you wear your hair, you may need to get a hair cut to create a new style or to help your extensions blend even more seamlessly into your own hair.

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