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Updated: Jan 9, 2022

Ever find yourself installing extensions near a cowlick? Not to worry, placing the beads under the weft allows you to hide them perfectly. This lets you install wefts near a part in the hair or by a cowlick without worrying about them being seen.

Check out this custom application. This client had a cowlick in the back of her head. I installed the beads under the weft where the hair parts, to prevent exposing the hair extenions.

Here you can see how the beads were exposed beforehand. Then I modified the center application of the beads to make sure they were concealed.

Even after 9 weeks of grow-out, the hair is sitting smooth and ready to be moved up.

Check out this course I created on How to Install a Floating Weft. It's great for learning how to create this look without sewing, using beads only.

Less steps and less time!

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Updated: Apr 7, 2020

When it comes to doing hair extensions, there are a few different routes you can take. Below I am going to compare installing Individual hair extensions vs Weft hair extensions. In both methods, you will be using beads to secure the hair.

When working with Individual hair extensions to add length, you should be aware of the high risk of them turning out piecey and not as natural.

The photo to the left is a great example of how piecey they can look.

The hair on the right shows how dense Weft extensions appear.

Check out more before and after photos of this client HERE

Another reason I prefer Beaded Weft Extensions is because sometimes Individual extensions growing out can move around so much, that they cause a dread or twist. You can see in the photo, it's a mess and can damage the hair.

Ready to learn How to Apply Beaded Hair Extensions on your own?

When Weft extensions grow out, they don't have the freedom to move around as much. This makes them grow out smooth and uniform.

Go check out the video course I created!

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