How to Feed in Braids with a Quick Weave

How to Feed in Braids with a Quick Weave

This article covers everything you need to know about how to feed in braids with a quick weave since its currently trending. Here are some of things you need for this hairstyle:

  • A rat tail comb
  • Shine n jam conditioning gel
  • A wig cap
  • Hair needle and thread
  • Prestretched Xpression Kanekalon braiding hair – 2 packs
  • Hair glue
  • Water wave wet and wavy bundles or curly deep wave human hair bundles

Extra Tip: Human hair comes highly recommended for this hairstyle as opposed to its synthetic counterparts for best results.

How to Feed in Braids with Curly Hair Using the Glue Down Method

Part your clean, blow dried or stretched and moisturized hair in a half up half down, ear to ear style.

Use a hair tie or scrunchie to secure the front part of the hair and work on the remaining section at the back of the head.

Braid the hair at the back of the head in a number of rows according to your personal specifications. Make a horizontal line braid on the bottom part.

After braiding the entire head, take the wig cap and wear it over the braids securely the apply the hair glue on the curly deep wave human hair bundles weft and glue then down.

You can spray glue on your wig cap the glue the deep wave human hair bundles onto it. The number of bundles you need to glue depends on the volume you need on your head. However, two bundles will work perfectly well as its neither too little nor too much.

Extra Tip: If you don’t want to have any leave out, glue down your human hair going in the opposite direction at the top of the braided rows to cover all your tracks.

Repeat the same process for the top part after you are done with the bottom section.

Section the top part in two different sides then use the shine n jam conditioning gel to sleek down the parts before doing the stitch braids.

Always use a generous amount of the shine n jam conditioning gel on the parts to do neat and sleeked down stitch braids. You can also feed in the gel in smaller amounts as you move along the braiding hair length.

How to Feed in Braids with Curly Hair Using the Sew-in Method

Just like in the first method, part your clean, blow dried or stretched and moisturized hair in a half up half down, ear to ear style.

Use a hair tie or scrunchie to secure the front part of the hair and work on the remaining section at the back of the head.

Part the hair then braid it depending on the number you want on your head then wear the wig cap over the braids securely.

Take the curly deep wave bundles then use the hair needle and thread and sew in all the tracks in the hair.

Extra Tip: Sew in the last part of the curly deep wave bundle going on the opposite direction at the top of the braided part to cover the tracks and prevent them from showing.

Repeat the process to get your desired volume before moving to the top part of the head and section it two different sides.

Use a generous amount of the shine n jam conditioning gel on the roots when parting your sections for the cornrows. The gel will give you a proper hold of the hair and also helps keep the hair sleeked down neatly.

Braid the hair to stitch cornrow braids, feeding in the braiding hair gradually as you move along the length of the braid.

Lay your edges using edge control.

Stitch Feed in Cornrows with Curly Hair Hairstyles

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Takeaways

  • Always go for 26 to 30 inches long curly deep wave bundles
  • You can do braids with a quick weave on a water wav wig but the wig cap will not be entirely covered
  • You can opt to crotchet the back section using the curly hair but the end results will differ
  • You can use different variations of the feed in braiding style to come up with unique designs
  • You can also add beads on the braids to accessorize.

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