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Best Sew Ins Dallas

We offer

Vixen Sew Ins

Traditional Sew Ins

Custom Wigs

Cornrows

Senegalese Twist

Marley Twist

Crochet Braids

Goddess Braids

and more…

Partial Sew In

PARTIAL SEW-IN LEAVING SOME HAIR OUT AND ABILITY OF A PONYTAIL, INSTALLS 2 BUNDLES. (DOES NOT INCLUDE HAIR)

$50

Full Sew In

FULL SEW-IN. NO HAIR OUT OR LITTLE HAIR OUT AT TOP AND SIDES. INSTALLS 3 BUNDLES (DOES NOT INCLUDE HAIR)

 $60

Custom Wigs

Starting at $200

Partial Sew In Package

TAKE DOWN

WASH

DEEP CONDITION

TRIM & REDO PARTIAL SEW-IN

$150

Full Sew In Package

TAKE DOWN

WASH

DEEP CONDITION

TRIM & REDO PARTIAL SEW-IN ADD

$175

SEW IN PACKAGES THAT INCLUDE HAIR                                                                                                                                       

$250 WEAVE PACKAGE. ANY 3 BUNDLES  PLUS SEW-IN

$300 WEAVE PACKAGE. ANY 3 BUNDLES & CLOSURE PLUS SEW-IN

 TAKEDOWN SEW-IN

$30

SEW IN TAKEDOWN PACKAGE

WASH

DEEP CONDITION

BLOW-DRY

FLATIRON ONLY

$100

BASIC SEW-IN TAKEDOWN

$30

Pros of Sew In Hair Extensions

  • Some of the best hair extensions are made from 100% real human hair. This allows for your hair to blend in naturally. Human hair can also be colored and style just like your own hair.

  • If you want to change your look or your extensions start to look worn/damaged your stylist can easily replace them for a fresh and new look.

  • Sew in hair extensions are the best choice when trying to minimize damage to your natural hair.

  • The higher the grade of hair you choose determines to look, feel, and longevity of the hair. We provide some of the highest quality 7A hair available. We can also provide 9A/10A double drawn hair at your request, this is some of the highest grade hair available. With proper treatment it can last up to 3.5 years.

Cons Of Sew In Hair Extensions 

  • Overstyling can cause your hair extensions to become loose so brush and and style your hair with care.

  • Since sew ins call for the extensions to be attached to your braided natural hair it can take some getting used to if its your first time. The braids can also itch if not cared for properly.

  • Sew ins typically last 7-9 weeks but if you don’t take care of them they won’t last as long. Proper care of your sew in is highly encouraged.

  • Depending on braiding patterns and how much hair is being installed, sew ins can take a couple of hours to complete so you must be patient.

CARING FOR YOUR SEW IN

Protecting

The first thing we suggest you do before styling your hair is to moisturize. We suggesting applying a light moisturizer, noting too greasy. Spray the moisturizer and rub in very lightly then comb through wide a wide tooth comb. Finish off the moisturizing stage by adding a few drops of olive oil or organ oil and rubbing it all over. Its very important this step is done before styling your hair.

Styling

When styling your hair you want to make sure you use tools that are gentle on your hair. You want to avoid using tough bristle brushes on your hair as they can damage the hair cuticle. Once your hair becomes overly damaged the hair can start to clump together and tangle. Some great tools to use on your hair are pebble brushes and wide tooth combs.

If you would like to tie your hair up try to avoid using rubber bands. Rubber bands tend to grab your hair and pull it out. We would suggest that you use hair bands or plastic clips.

We would also suggest that you don’t use heat tools without head protection especially on the ends of your hair. Heat protections have certain elements that help protect the cuticle while heat is being applied. There is nothing that damages the cuticle faster than applying heat constantly without heat protection. We suggest using bendy rollers before going to bed, that way you avoid applying heat all together. If you need to straighten your hair we suggest trying a comb and blow dryer.

Maintenance

  • Comb out any tangles with a wide tooth comb
  • Use light moisturizer to hydrate your hair
  • Use moisturizer on the roods and edges of your hair, be sure to moisturize your scalp at least twice a week
  • Wrap your hair in a circular motion
  • Wrap your hair with a satin scarf or bonnet
  • Trim your ends regularly so that any split ends don’t travel up and damage the rest of your hair
  • Wash your hair every week to every two weeks to remove excess product and keep hair healthy and moisturized

Types Of Hair Used For Sew In

There are numerous different types of hair used for sew ins available. Virgin hair, meaning hair that has never been processed is amongst the most popular grade of hair since it can be used multiple times and colored just like your own natural hair.

African American women have a variety of different textures of hair therefore knowing the different types of hair can be extremely helpful when trying to select which texture is right for you.

Some of the most popular textures of hair are Peruvian, Brazilian, Malaysian, Eurasian, and Indian. They’re all characterized by different textures and come in numerous wave patterns including tight curly, wavy, deep wave, and straight.

Brazilian Hair

Brazilian hair is one of the most popular textures amongst African American women because of its full and thick texture. Brazilian hair is also known for its luster and ability to blend well. Brazilian hair has a great natural look and feel to it.

Malaysian Hair

Malaysian hair is very fine, silky, and soft. Also known for its luster, Malaysian hair is extremely easy to manage.

Eurasian Hair 

Eurasian hair has an extremely silky, smooth, and think texture. This hair is collected from women of a European/Asian decent.

Indian Hair

Indian hair is synonymous with its thick texture. Indian hair has a very unique texture and luster to it. Indian hair is also popular with African American women because of its similarities with African American hair.

Peruvian Hair

Peruvian hair is one of the most popular textures because its blends almost perfectly with African American hair. Peruvian hair is known for being free flowing, lightweight, and luxurious.

Whats the difference between REMY AND VIRGIN hair?

If you’ve been doing any searching online for different types of hair you’ve probably come across the terms remy and virgin. I know at times these terms can be confusing and sometimes misleading. Even though the terms rely and virgin can both accurately describe some hair they are not the same.

Virgin Hair Extensions 

Virgin hair is a term that is used to describe hair that hasn’t been chemically treated in any kind of way. It hasn’t been dyed, bleached, or permed. Because virgin hair has forgone these processes the cuticles are intact. This means the hair is usually smooth and tangle free. This also means more work is usually require to maintain the look and feel of your hair.

Remy Hair Extensions

The term Remy hair is describing the quality of hair used to make up the hair extensions. Remy hair is some of the highest quality of hair and comes from a single donor which means consistency in the texture of the hair. Remy also refers to the cuticles being in tact and in one direction. This allows for a smooth textured hair extension that last long and is easy to style.

Non Remy Hair  Extensions 

Non remy hair is popular because it can be inexpensive but at the same time it doesn’t last very long.

Non remy hair falls in between virgin remy Hair and synthetic/yaki. This type of hair usually undergoes chemical treatment in order to produce a specific color or texture. This is extremely bad for the cuticle and life of the hair. This hair is usually source from left over hair in salons, brushes, and any other place you can think of. This means the hair is mostly likely going to flow in different directions making it extremely easy to tangle.