Invisible part weave styles

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Invisible part weave styles
Your invisible part can be styled in many ways. (Ryan McVay/Lifesize/Getty Images)

The invisible part is the latest hair style trend among weave wearers. The name reflects the fact that the part is created by gluing hair weave pieces close together to produce a part similar to one done with natural the differece between a part with a weave and a part with natural hair is invisible. You can wear an invisible part weave in many styles; it can be parted on the side with a bang, parted in the middle, and enhanced with curls or feathering.

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Side Part With A Side Bang

You can place your invisible part in the front side of your head near your left or right temple. With your part on the side of your head, the hair weave will fall on the right or left side of your face depending on where you place your side part. You can cut the hair that falls on your face to get a side bang.

Middle Part

Many women choose to have there invisible part in the middle of their head, to create a symmetrical look, with hair falling on the right and left sides of your head. If you want to change the normal look of this style, you can have a professional cut the left side of your head, so it's shorter than the right side.


After deciding where you want to part your hair, you can style it by feathering your ends with a flat iron. With the instrument on high, you can just grasp the ends of your hair from the sides of your head. You must then press the hair between the iron while moving it downward then upward. Feathers will look appropriate if your invisible part is in the middle of your head.


Another way to style your invisible part is by curling it. No matter where you place your part, curls will always enhance your style. You can put small rollers in your hair to get tight curls, and use big rollers if you prefer looser curls. For quick-curl styles, you can use a curling iron.

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