To achieve the Invisible Part Full Sew In Hairstyle, you will need as follows;
When sewing on your hair extensions, make sure to take your time! I know it’s fun and even if you know what you are doing, you want to be careful when you stitch the weave unto your hair.
If you aren't careful, you risk the possibility of poking yourself in the scalp or stitching your extensions too tight. When you are sewing your extensions on your head, your scalp should not be tender or hurt, that means that you are applying too much tension to your scalp.
So many times, I have heard of women getting a sew in done and then being in excruciating pain right after their install, please speak up when your experience is uncomfortable and if you stylist can’t accommodate for you, do what's best for you in that situation.
Take your time and stick to what you know works for you and keep working and practicing at creating your own Full Sew In Invisible Part Weave!
Welcome to step number three of the invisible part sew in and hairstyle in this that I will show you in detail step-by-step how to sell on your hair extension first I'll show you how to prepare your needle and thread I'll show you how to sew on your wig cap and then finally I will show you in detail how to sew on your extensions in this step before you begin your sewing process you first must know how to prepare your needle and thread so the type of needle that you want to have is called a curved needle or a C needle this needle is extremely helpful when doing your sewin extensions because as soon as you feed the needle under the braid it comes directly back out of your braid because of its shape I believe this is the easiest needle to use when doing your sew in extension some people prefer straight needles before beginners I suggest that you use a curved meal also you want to make sure that you have your sewing thread make sure that your sewing thread matches close or exactly the color of your extension my extensions is a dark brown color so I am choosing to use dark brown sewing thread the reason why you want to match your thread to your extensions is to make sure that if at all you're able to see through your hair which you shouldn’t you're not going to see light-colored thread also you will need some hair cutting scissors or just regular scissors to trim off the thread as you prepare your needle so to begin I'm going to take my spool of thread and I'm going to unroll a couple of inches of bread to show you how to prepare your needle when you are prepare your new I suggest that you unravel about a foot to 2 feet of thread for sewing purposes the more thread you unravel the less thread you have to continue to put on your needle when you put a small amount of thread you have to continue to wind extra needles because you will run out frequently so now to unwind it some thread to take my scissors and I'm going to cut the thread from the spool and this is how much thread I have remember this is for demonstration purposes that all using a small amount of thread to show you how to prepare your needle so now you take one end of your thread and you are going to put it through the eye of the needle now you're simply going to pull the needle through and meet it to the other in of your thread make sure to match both ends up then you simply don't take both pieces wrapped around your finger to create a knot once you create your knot you will notice that you have some thread that sticks up and you want to make sure that you use your scissors and cut that thread because if you don't the thread will stick straight up from your style you want to take your scissors and just turn directly above the and that is simply how you create your needle and thread for your sewing style remember use a small amount of thread to help prevent tangles and knots if you can handle more for once then put as much thread on your needle as you would like next I will show you how to sew your wig cap Onto your head now that you have prepared your needle and thread you want to take your wig cap And place it directly over your braids so hair and my and I have your typical standard black we Is simply going to open up this wig cap To make sure to stretch over your head until the cap covers all of the braids including your perimeter braid now your cap is stretched in it over extended past your perimeter braid next we will take our needle and thread and sew our wig cap onto our braids now that you have placed your wig cap Over your braids we are going to begin sewing on with our needle and thread so before you begin sewing your cap Down to your braids want to make sure you use your hands to feel exactly where your perimeter braid is and where the base of your actual invisible part will be so as I take my hand and feel along my hair I can feel that this braid is the only braid that is closest to my hairline so this is my perimeter braid and this is where start it starts as I feel along with my finger I can clearly line all the way around my hairline and as he goes to the back continues to go all the way up to the left side of my ear and it winds directly above my head here now you want to make sure you know exactly where your braids are the base of your this part which is somewhere in the section so if I feel with my fingers I can feel my little miniature braids here on both sides and then I could feel my scalp that's going to show right in the middle of my invisible part base so once you start surrounding your perimeter braid you want to make sure to so around the base of your invisible parts so now you have your finger position at the beginning of your printer braid we are going to begin sewing the wig cap onto Our Braids so Now You Want to Take Your Curved Needle and Feed It Directly through the cap and I am going to Go Exactly My Finger Is and I am going to Go through the cap and Under the Beginning of My Perimeter Braid and Back through the cap Once You Do That You're Going Pull the Needle through and Pull the String As Well All the Way through until You're knot Stops You once you get to This Point You Want to Take Your knot out Just a Little Bit to Open up the Thread and Now This Is Where We Will Do Our Knotting Technique This Process Remains the Same As We knot Our Extensions and Also As We sew our wig cap onto our braid the way that you do it is that Your Simply Going to Take One Side or This Side for This Side and Wrap It around Twice and Pull through so I'm Going to Take the needle Wrap it around String once Twice and Pull All the Way through This Will Create a solid knot at the Base of My Brain so Now As We Go over a Little Bit More I Will Show You Once Again How to Do your knot in the Way That I like to Measured Is to Use My Finger Whether He Was My Pinky or My Index and Measure between the Break of My Finger to the End of so at This Point I'm Going to Take My Needle Again feed it through the cap Under the Braid and Back through the cap so I am Simply Just Put It Right Directly on the braid Scooping Directly under the Braid you are going to Pull through and Bring Your string up This Time Were Not Going to Break Open a Thread or Simply Going to Take the Needle Wrap It around once Wrap the String around Twice and Pull through to Create Our Second knot so Now Once Again I'm Going to Go the Same Distance over down My Perimeter Braid One More Time Take Your Needle Scoop the needle All the Way around the Braid to Feedback through the You Don't Pull Your Needle All the Way through That You for the String of Just a Little Bit You Take Your Needle Wrap around String Wants Twice and Pull Your Needle All the Way through to Create Your Third knot so That's a Very Easy Technique for Doing Your Knotting Technique As You Go All the Way around Your Perimeter Braid so as You sew All the Way around Your Perimeter Braid You Are Going to End up Here at the Beginning of Your Other Perimeter Braid and That Is Where You Want to Start to sew around the Base of Your Invisible Part to Connect to This Not Once Again so Far I Have so a Bromide Perimeter Braid Started on the Right Side and I Began to so All the Way around My Hairline Braid Going Directly behind My Head and Also Coming Back out on the Left Side until I Reached the End of My Perimeter Braid That These Two Small Braids Here Serve As the Base of Your Invisible Part This Is the Staff That Will Be Revealed with the Final Results in These Miniature Braids along the Way Will Have sewn Extensions on to Them to Form an Invisible Part of in Order to for Your Invisible Part You Want to Make Sure That As You sew down Your Perimeter Braid You Begin to sew down Your Miniature Braids Here so from This Point You Are Going to sew straight up through the Braids Each of the Braids You See Here at the Base of them and Go Directly All the Way around Your Invisible Card Base and You Going to Continue to so All the Way down to You Meet That Point so Now As You Can See I Have Begun to so around My Actual Base Area of My Invisible Part Section so I Started Here at my Perimeter Braid and I Began to Go Alongside Each of These Individual Braids and I Began to sew through the Braid and Also through the cap All the Way a Round into My Rectangle Shape until I Reached the Left Side of My Head at This Moment I'm Going to Show You the Same Thing Is Continuing I'm Going to Continue to Form Not a Great My Last Night Here on My Perimeter Braid Make Sure That I Still Have All of My Miniature Braids Intact for My Invisible Part Base so I'm Going to Finish and Just Continue to sew and Connect to the Perimeter Braid of My Head so Remember the Same Technique Applies I'm Going to Go at the Bottom of the Braid Here from the Little Miniature Braid I braided and I'm Going to Put My needle through That Braid Only through and Do My Same knot technique Take the Needle Wrap it around the Thread once Twice and Pull All the Way through and now I am going to Go Right Here Want to Make That Last Final stitch onto My Perimeter Braid Going to Go through the Braid or the Needle through Wrap It around the String once Twice and Pull through to Make Sure That knot is Secure in Place and Just Once Again Placed Another knot on so through My Braid Directly underneath That knot Go through the Cap and Wrap It around the String Twice Once Twice in Pull through so Now That You Have Securely sewn All the Way Were on Your Perimeter Braid and Also All the Way around the Base of Your Actual Invisible Part Area You Want to Cut This string off and Then You Trim off All This Excess That Surround Your Hairline and Also the Excess That's in the Middle of the Section Here So i am Going to Take My Scissors Were to Trim off My Thread Making Sure Not to Cut Any knots Then of the Simply grab the cap cut a Little Opening to Help Me Cut up Alongside Where My Actual Scalp Is for My Invisible part Don't Be Afraid of Cutting Your Hair Because along this part All of Your Hair is braided Make Sure to Lift the cap Only Cut the cap Also When You're cutting Alongside the Thread Make Sure You Do Not Cut Snug against Each Individual knot You Just a Little Bit of Space of Cushion up Around Your Actual Thread This Ensures That the cap Will Not Come down or You Want Accidentally Cut Any knots so for Example I'll Show You Here That You Just Want to Snip Close to the Actual Thread You Want to Make Sure Not to snip Any Knots or too Close against the actual knots itself so As You Can See Here That's about How Much Space of You Want to Leave Just a Little Bit of Space to Make Sure You're knots stay intact and Then You Do the Same Thing to the Side and You Also Going to Trim off This Excess That Hangs around Your Hairline so Now That You've Cut All of Your Around Your Head This Is What It Should Look like You Want to Make Sure That You Free the cap This Area Where Your Invisible Part Base Will Be and Then You Want to Make Sure That You trim Carefully All the Way around Your Hairline if in You Have Made a Mistake and You Snipped to Close to Your Simply Going to Have To Fly Another Way And Redo Your sewin Make Sure That your Cap Is Still in Place Do You Cut All of the Excess cap On Your Head Next step I Will Show You Step-By-Step How to sew Your Extensions onto Your Head before You Begin to sew on Your Hair Extensions You Want to Make Sure That You Measure out Two Pieces of Hair That You must sew first so First We Will Measure out a Piece of Hair That Starts Here at Our Perimeter Braid and it Goes Directly All the Way around our Hairline and ends here at our perimeter braid Next You Going to Measure out Your Second Piece Appeared to Have To Go around the Base of Your Invisible Part so after We Measured Our First Piece and Cut That Extension We are Going to Take the Extensions Again Placed It at the Beginning of Our Perimeter Braid and Measure All the Way around the Actual Part of Our Invisible Part Base so This Will Serve As Your Perimeter to Help You When You Are Sewing on Your Extensions by Making Sure You Have Completely sewn around Your Hairline and Also a Portion sewn All the Way around Your Invisible Part Base it Makes It Easy to Just Fill in and sew in the Rest of Your Hair so Now from This Point You Just Simply Going to Take Your Extensions to Bring It around My Head and You are going to Place It at the Point Here at the Beginning of Your Perimeter Braid so Now Once You Have it held with Your Finger You Trace the Extensions All the Way around Your Perimeter Braid Hairline and You Bring It up to Meet the Other Part of Your Perimeter Braid Here Right at the Beginning so This Is Your First Measurement of Your Extension Piece You Need Make Sure That Once You Place at the Beginning of Your Perimeter Braid That You Overextend Just a Little Bit to Make Sure You have Cut Enough hair so When We Sold the Status Can Be Sold Directly on Our perimeter braid but just Overextend it a Little Bit More of Your Extensions to Cut so Now That Is Wrapped around My Head I'm Going to Trim That Piece so from This Point You Want to Take Your Scissors and Simply snip Your Extensions Now I'm Going to Move That Piece of Hair We have cut to the side and next You Are Going to Measure Entirely a Round the Base of Your Invisible Part so You are going to Take the Beginning of Your Extensions Place It Right There at the Beginning of the Base Exactly Here and Then You are Going to measure around with Your Finger and Hold the Hair into Place to Make Sure It Reaches Some im Just Using My Fingers to Guide Me All the Way around My Invisible Part Base Bring the Extensions over and Just Continue to Measure All the Way around so Now Once You Reach down to This Point at the Side of Your Invisible Part Base you are going to over extend a Little Bit of Hair Just in Case to Make Sure it fits so at This Point Here on My Fingers I'm Going to Remove the Extensions and I Want to Use My Scissors to Cut That Part Now we Are Going to remeasure Again Both of Our Pieces to See How They Match up so Now i am going to put this over My Head This Is the Part That Goes around My Actual Invisible Part Base Started Here at the Beginning Measure it All the Way around My Head to See How it fits and It's a Little Bit Overextended and that Is Perfectly Normal Because You Want to Make Sure You Have Enough so Now i am Going to Measure My Second Piece That Goes around My Perimeter Braid so i am going to Place this Hair right behind My Head Take One Part put at the Beginning of the Perimeter Braid Wrap It around My Head and Bring It around to the Other Part and As You Can See This Site Overextended As Well so next I Will Show You How to Position Your Needle and Thread on Your Extension Track Piece to Begin Sewing on Your Hair before You Begin Sewing on Your Extensions You Want to Make Sure That You Already Have Your Needle and Thread Positioned on the Weft of Your Hair the Weft of the Hair Is the Binding That Holds These Individual Pieces of Strands Together so This Is a Track Piece Because You Have a Weft Here That Stitched along the Hair Fibers Is Holding All of Your Hair That's Coming Out Of the Bottom of Your Extensions so Now We're Going to Do Is Take Our Needle and Thread and sew Directly through the Weft Only at the Beginning of Our Track Piece to Position the Needle and Thread on it so Now I'm Just Going to Bring This Track Piece over to the Side and we are going to Start at This Very Corner at this Very Corner You're Going to Make Sure to Take Your Needle and Put It Directly through the Weft at the Beginning of This Track Piece so Now i am Going to Go Ahead and Reach for My Needle I’m Going to Unwind My Thread and Now I'm Going to Begin Stitching so Take Your Needle and Place It Directly through the Weft at the Beginning of Your Track piece by Doing This This Helps You Have a Sturdy Start as you sew on Your Extension so I'm Going to Put It through the Weft and Bring the Needle through and My String All the Way through until My Knot Stops Me in Place Now that my knot is there Im Going to Pull My Knot out Just a Little Bit and Do My Same Knotting Technique for My Extensions I Open and Thread Take My Needle Wrap It around once Twice and Pull through Also Once Again This Time Go around the Actual Weft to Secure so I Take My Needle put it Directly underneath the Way so It Should Come through the Hair Is the Bottom and Then I Want to Create That Same Not Once Again with the Same Technique I'm Going to Wrap It around the String once Twice and pull All the Way through Now Remember You only Want to go through the Weft at the Beginning of Your track piece as you are sewing on Your Extensions You, so around the Weft through the Hair at the Bottom and so All the Way up on Your Track Piece of Your Extensions until You Reach the Very End of the Other Side in Your Last 2 Knots Will Actually Be through the weft you Will Put a knot through the Weft and in Your last knot will be around the weft to Secure the Entire Piece so Now That You Have your knot Placed on Your Weft and through Your Weft We Can Begin to Securely Start sewing This Hair Piece Extension onto Our perimeter braid so Now That Your Needle and Thread Has Been Positioned on Your Hair Extensions We Will Begin by Sewing the Extensions on to Our Braid so Now since this Track Piece is Long what i am Going to Do Is Take the Other in Is Simply Just Lay against My Shoulder to Help Guide Me As I'm Sewing on My Extension Is to Keep It in This Area Now What You Want to Do Is Make Sure All of Your Hair Is Going Downward so That It Doesn't Get Tangled and Make Sure Your Thread Is Out-Of-The-Way so It Doesn't Have Any Unnecessary knots so I am Just Going to Put It on the outside of the Extension and Now We Will Begin You Want to Take Your Needle in the Same Way Were sewing down Our We Were Going to sew the Extensions onto Our Way Which Is Our Perimeter Braid so I Will Start Here Were My Is My Perimeter Braid and I Will Take Needle and Put It through My And My Braid Here so Once You Scoop underneath Your Braid to Pull it all the Way through until You Bring Your Track Piece All the Way up to Your Head so Now You Can See How It's Helpful to Connect That Track Piece to Make Sure You Bring It up so now Once Again and to Take My Needle and I'm Going to Go Directly underneath My Braid and Also at the Beginning of This Extension piece under My Braid under My Extension Piece and Then I'm Going to Pull the needle through and create my knot Remember the knot Stays Consistent throughout Your Style of Making Sure I Had This Dream Just in You Now Want to Take My Needle into My Same Not Take Me on This Piece of Thread so As I Grab My Needle and I'm Holding My Extensions As Well I'm Going to Wrap It around the Thread Once or Twice and Pull through to Create That First Night Is Going to Hold My Extensions to My Braid so Now Do a Second Time to Make Sure That the Beginning of This Extension Piece Is Very Secure so When I Let Go Should Not Come off of My Braid Now to Take My Needle Once Again feed it Directly underneath the Weft through the Braid from Going to Go underneath the Braid and the Weft underneath the Weft Is Going to Come Back out from the Hair There and You Pull Your Needle All the Way through and Create Your Same kNot Once Again to Take the needle and Wrap around the thread once Twice and Pull it all the Way through Making Sure to Keep All of the Hairs out of the Way so Now That I Secured My Knot in My Extension Piece I'm Going to Continue to Lay This Extension against My Braid and Continue to sew All the Way around so with My Next stitch I Grab My Needle and with My Other Hand I hold My Extensions to Make Sure I Can See Where My Braid Is Going to Go through My Braid underneath My Extensions Pull the Needle through until I Reach up to My Thread Here in the Same knot Technique Applies once, Twice and Pull through Remember Your Same Knotting Technique Will Be Consistent As You Are sewing Your Extensions down to Your Braid since You Are a Song Your Down to Your Braid the Same Thing Applies with Your Weft so Do Not Be Afraid or Overwhelmed That Now You're at the Moment You Have To so on Your Extensions the Same Technique in the Same Process Applied Is Simply Going to Make Sure You Take Your Needle Go underneath Your Braid and Then underneath the Weft Pull Your Thread through and Then Create Your Same Not It's As If You're sewing down Your wig cap so you are Going to Pull the String All the Way up to You Have That Open up String There and Wrap Your String around the Needle Twice and Simply Pull through to Create You're knot Now You Can See so Far you have stitched pretty Much a Good Distance on Your Perimeter Braid in Your Going to Continue to sew This Extension All the Way around Your Head Directly in the Back until You Reach the Left Side and You are going to continue to so All the Way up Where Your Cap Is in Your Perimeter Braid and If You Have Any excess Weft That Hangs over to Simply Take Your Scissors and Trim off the Excess so That You Have Your Weft Extension All the Way around Your Actual Perimeter Braid Now That You Have Finished Sewing Your Track Piece All the Way Round Your Perimeter Braid We Are Going to Begin to Take Our Second Piece and Were Going to so All the Way around the Base of Our Invisible Part This Same Technique Applies and the Same Knotting Technique Always Applies As Well so we are Going to Start One of the Points at the Beginning of Our Invisible Part Base and I'm Going to Start on the Left Side you are Simply Going to Make Sure That Your Needle and Thread Is Connected to Your Track Piece and You are going to Take That Beginning Point and Place It Directly at the Beginning here on the Side of Your Braids so Now to Let the Rest of This Hair Hanging over My Head As I Began to sew down my piece so Remember the Same Thing Happens Here Just like You Did a Brown Your Perimeter Braid You Want to Position Your Weft Exactly Right on Where You're Going to Begin Sewing on the Side of Your Perimeter Braid You Going to Go underneath the cap Through the Weft and Then You Going to Pull All the Way through and You Are Going to Do your knot technique once, twice and Pull through and You Going to Do It Once Again at the Beginning of Your Extension Make Sure That When You so You're Extremely Snug against Your Perimeter Braid Where you Started There Something to Go underneath the cap Underneath the Weft Pull through and Create my knot so Now As I Continue to so All the Way around Following That Thread Piece of My Perimeter to Continue to so All the Way around Here and Once I Get to This Point If I Have Any excess Weft Left over You Want to trim That off to Finish the Top of Your head so Now That You Have sewn Your Extensions around Your Perimeter Braid along the Hair Line of Your Head and You Also Sewn Your Extension and around the Actual Base of Your Invisible Part Style You Will Begin to sew Your Extensions on the Rest of Your Head to Fill in the Space I Have Already Started Sewing on My Extensions to Fill in the Space behind in the Back of My Head for a Moment I Will Show You How You Need to sew Your Extensions and I Will Also Show You How to Do the fold over Method to Limit the Amount of Times You will Actually Need to Cut Your Hair so Right Now I'm Going to Pull This Little Bit of Hair over to Expose Where I Am Now on My Sewing with my extensions and I am going to grab this hair and pin it to the Other Side As You Can See I Have My Thread and My Needle Attached to My Extension and Here I Made One Stitch before Stopping so Now what I'm Going to Do Is Finished Ditching the Extensions until I Reach All the Way to This Extension Piece and I Will Do My fold over Method helps you so that you Don't Have To Cut Your Extensions As Much and You Continue to sew and flow into Your so What I Will Do Is Also down This Remaining Track Piece until It Meets Their and Then Once It Does I Will Simply Fold over the Piece sew on That Part Where It's Been Folded and They Continue to sew My Extension All the Way around My Head by Doing This Whole over Method It Just Helps You to Continue to Flow without Cutting Your Extensions so Now i am just Going to Take My Needle and Thread to Make My Last Few Stitches until I Reach This Point of My Extensions of My wig cap through the cap Under the Weft Create You're knot Once around the string Twice around the string Pull through Now This Will Be My Last knot Here Right before I Fold over so Right Snug against My Extensions Go through the cap Underneath My Extension Pull the Needle through do my knot Technique once around the Thread Twice and Pull through Now This Is Where You Do Your fold over Method and You Can Do This Whole over Method Remember throughout Your Entire Hand until You Keep Falling All the Way over and All the Way Back around by Sewing All of Your Hair so Now Just Simply fold the Extension over and I'm Going to Rest my Extension over My Head to Keep the extension right where I Want it and Then I'm Going to sew My knot Exactly Where It folds If You Make Sure to so You're Not Here It Lays As Flat As Possible and It Looks Undetectable so Now What You Want to Do Is Grab Your Needle and Thread and after You Folded It over and Laid it Flat You Going to Continue to Do the Same Thing You Going to Go through cap Now You Can Go underneath This Weft Here and Then when you Fold it over You Have To Go underneath This weft also Now Once I Fix That Again Going to Go through the cap Here at the Beginning Where It folds underneath Both of the Wefts and I'm Going to Create Minor the Same knot You Always Do once Twice and Pull through and You Want to Create two knots Every Time You fold over to Make Sure its lays flat Once Again I'm Going to Go through the Underneath All of the Wefts Pull My Needle through and Do my knot so Now You Have Successfully Done Your fold over Method so You Will Continue to so All the Way around Your Head until You Get to the Other Side When You Get to the Other Side You Would Simply Fold over As Well Say for Instance You Want to Stop Here and Do Your Fold-Over Because This Is the Only Have Exposed You Was Simply sew down Just Enough Hold All Your Track Piece the Same Way You Just Done and Once You Fold it Over in This Part That Sticks up Here You Make Sure to sew that down Very Solidly with Two Stitches and Then You Continue to sew Your Next Layer They We Are in Your Next Layer You Do the Same Thing you fold over the Extension Places Flat at That Point Where Falls Input Two Stitches There Continue to so until You Finish Selling All of Your Sew Now That Successfully Folded It over I Can Continue to sew My Next Line of Next Finish Sewing on All My Extensions from My This Is What Your Style Should Look like at This point You Should Only Area Expose That You Will Actually so on Your Pieces of Hair or Your Invisible Part Base in the Future step I Will Show You Exactly in Detail How to so on Those Individual Pieces for Your Invisible Part Style so to Review in This tep I Showed You How to Prepare Your Needle and Thread I Also Show You How to Sew down Your wig cap How to sew down Your Extensions and How to Do the Simple fold over method in the Step Number Four I Will Be Giving You Tips Tricks and advice for Doing Your Invisible Part sewin hairstyle