I’ve always gotten great growth and retention while wearing a sew in even before my HHJ. I was already thinking of getting a sew in, even before my “thin ends” issue but now I definitely will be getting one this winter. Most likely after the holidays…I still want to show off at the end of the year! I can’t help it! Anyway, back when I did last year’s sew-in the company Indique saw my video on YouTube and asked if they could feature it on their website. In exchange, I received a certificate for one free tube of hair. I tried to banter and get them to give me two, or even feature another one of my videos on the hair…but they wouldn’t buckle! LOL! So, ever since March I think, I’ve had this certificate for one free tube of Indique hair. First I was going to do curly, then wavy, then their relaxed straight. I was so freakin undecided!
- If I got a different texture, I would have to purchase the second tube out of pocket and I am trying to save money!
- The whole reason I invested in an expensive brand of quality hair extensions is because they are re-usable. Experienced weave wearers always point to this as being an extreme advantage because you get your money’s worth of wear plus you don’t have to deal with tangling and shedding. However…many weave-heads are so addicted to hair that we are always looking to try a new brand, a different texture, or whatever. So how often do we REALLY reuse the hair?! I figured get another tube of the same texture and reuse the hair I already own for the rest of my head.
- The straight hair is easiest to blend with my relaxed hair. If I got curly, I would constantly have to twist or rod my leave out hair.
- Usually curly hair has to be rewet regularly for optimum styling. Since I plan on wearing my weave in the winter, this could prove to be a problem.