Blend Baby Blend!
Pay close attention to the coarseness of your real hair vs. the texture of your bundles! The two need to match.
Try to base your hair weave selection on the texture of your leave out post styling or manipulation.
For example: if you are buying the Krush Beauty Body Wave hair, do not tightly braid your leave-out to give you the pattern or texture of the Krush Beauty Deep Wave texture. Actions like this will result in a texture difference. Everyone will immediately be able to spot that your weave and hair texture don’t match.
The concept of blending is the key to looking natural with hair extensions. Blending may be hard for women who are trying to achieve a straighter look and have natural hair. However, you have options!
Many hair brands have various textures of straight. If you know your natural hair will fry when trying to blend it with a silky straight weave try something kinkier.
A coarse texture of hair extensions like “kinky-straight” can give you a straight look that you are looking for and provide a seamless match to your leave out.
Tying your hair up at night with a silk scarf can help the process. You can use rollers to stretch your hair and adding barrel curls to the length of your extensions to make the curls uniform.
If you have short hair that fails to blend with your extensions you can add twists or braids to your crown as a decorative element to your style. This will help hide the differences in length.
Adding layers into your installation would have the same camouflage effect. U-parts and lace-fronts are also an option when trying to eliminate the use of leave out altogether.