Is my hair too short for a weave?
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Answered by: WhiipMyWeavexXx Love hair and makeup. <3 In her late teens from Toronto, Ontario
Answered by: RubyDenise Stylist, Make-up Artist, In her 50's
Answered by: GoodFaith Licensed Esthetician from San Diego, CA
Answered by: lexiliciousss In her late teens from Moreno Valley Ca
Answered by: BrianaEHernande... Hair Expert/Makeup Artist In her 30's from San Diego, CA
Its not long enough yet. You want to be able to camouflage your natural hair if extensions are desired. Individual bonds would need a lot more length to provide coverage. The fastest type of extensions you can get would be sew ins. They can braid up all your hair and sew in wefts of hair into your natural using it as a seem. You do still need a little more length to achieve even these however. In a couple more inches you should be able to pull it off. The key is, it has to be long enough to braid and be able to hold a braid in so that the weft doesn't fall of slip out. You may want to consider a wig until your hair grows out a bit more if instant length is desired.
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Blue gray eyes, normal light skin, reddish brown extra short wavy hair
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