Women with naturally thick, curly hair wear weave extensions to get the look of long, straight hair without using harsh chemical relaxers or straightening irons. Though many Caucasian women have textured hair, the typical “white girl” hairstyle is characterised by slick, smooth hair tightly pulled back into a high, long ponytail. Any woman can accomplish this perky style with the help of a natural hair extension and a few styling products.
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Things you need
- Deep conditioner
- Bristle brush
- Light hair sculpting gel
- Elastic hairbands
- Clear or hair-matching hair clips
- Weave extension
Wash and deep-condition your hair.
Blow-dry your hair using a bristle brush to brush it straight and smooth.
Apply gel to your hair from the roots to the tips. Brush your hair back from the hairline to the tips and draw it back into a tight ponytail. Secure the ponytail with an elastic band.
Twist your natural ponytail into a bun and tuck the end into an elastic band or pin it to secure it.
Place the weave extension on a flat surface and spread it out. Fold the weave in half so the two ends meet.
Secure the end of the weave track to the bottom of your bun and hair elastic, using a hairpin. Wrap the rest of the weave track around the base of your bun, securing it with a pin with each rotation.
Take a piece of the weave hair and wrap it around where the weave connects with your natural hair. This will hide the pins and the track line.
Secure the piece of hair at the bottom of the ponytail with a couple of hair clips.
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