How to Glue in a Quick Weave With a Bang

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How to Glue in a Quick Weave With a Bang
How to glue in a quick weave with a bang (long hair image by Bettina Baumgartner from

The hair extensions used for a weave can be artificial or human hair. A weave is used to enhance the appearance of natural hair by creating fullness, length, and a style change, such as adding fringe to very short hair. The artificial hair is attached to pieces of a person's real hair with a glue. Gluing in a quick weave for a bang is not difficult but takes some time and patience.

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Things you need

  • Comb
  • Hair clip
  • Hair extensions
  • Weave bond glue
  • Haircutting shears

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  1. 1

    Create a section of hair for the fringe by running a comb across the top of the head to a spot even with the outer edge of each eyebrow. Gather the section of hair, comb through it to make a smooth surface with which to work, and clip it back.

  2. 2

    Unclip a one-half-inch section of hair at the hairline and comb it straight down on the forehead. Clip the rest of the bang area back.

  3. 3

    Apply a thin line of weave bond glue to the threaded part of a hair-extension piece, or weft. Press the weft of hair to the scalp, glue side down, above the hair combed forward.

  4. 4

    Unclip and comb down another one-half-inch section of hair. Glue a second weft of hair to the scalp to create a fuller bang. Comb both wefts of hair down over the face and cut them to the desired length. Use your fingers as a guide when cutting the fringe. Grab the hair between your index and third finger and cut below the horizontal line your fingers create.

Tips and warnings

  • Wash your hair and weave with a moisturising shampoo and use a deep conditioner every week or so.
  • A weave lasts about two months. To remove the weave, apply a small amount of hair oil to the glued area and massage until the weave slips off.
  • Avoid dying or bleaching your hair when you have a weave as over-processing can damage your natural hair and the hair extension.
  • When styling your hair, be careful not to overheat the weave as it can burn and become frizzy.
  • Weaves can damage natural hair if used continually.

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