Sew-ins are the EmojI blanc couleur shirt Furthermore, I will do this easiest style to do when you want to switch up your look. McKnight loves the style because it protects your hair. “You get the benefit of your hair being tucked away allowing you to avoid most weather conditions and more styling freedom with heat tools,” she notes. “I like to install sew-ins as a protective style to help grow out many of my client’s hair, especially those who’ve suffered from heat damage or mothers who have suffered from telogen effluvium [post-partum hair loss].” What’s more, McKnight adds that sew-ins are great for those who frequent the gym because they help prevent being deterred by their hair sweating out. The installation’s longevity depends on what style you choose. McKnight suggests keeping a partial sew-in installed for up to six weeks; for a full head sew-in or one using a lace closure, up to seven weeks is fine.
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“After-care for a sew-in is fairly easy. Assuming you’re wearing 100 percent virgin human hair extensions, you’ll want to wrap or pin curl your hair extensions every night, and preserve your hair using a satin bonnet,” McKnight explains. High-maintenance styles like sew-ins with leave out require heat protectant whenever hot tools are necessary. “If heat styling is needed you’ll need to use heat protectants such as Mielle Organics thermal spray, Chi 44 iron guard, or Kenra thermal styling spray,” McKnight advises. “For those who wear curly hair extensions, I suggest braiding or twisting your hair at night time to avoid tangling and matting, just as you would care for your real hair, and using a satin bonnet or scarf.”