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If you are experiencing hair loss due to sickness or just for some unknown reason and would like to wear different styles which are more permanent than wigs, I would suggest the Net Weave technique.
This method is usually for those clients who are experiencing severe hair loss or have thinning hair, alopecia, or baldness. If you just want to rest your own hair or if your stylist cannot create a secure track with your hair, you should try this technique. However, if you have naturally-thick hair, I would recommend getting the regular sew-in. This technique is not damaging to the hair. In fact, it adds more coverage to the thinner parts of your hair.
The Net-weave method is similar to the regular sew-in method with the exception of the net. The net is sewn over the cornrow, and the commercial hair is sewn onto the net, only occasionally sewing directly onto the cornrow. The net allows for tracks to be sewn where there may not be a cornrow underneath. Net Weaves relieve some tension and allows the hair to not swell as much after shampooing.
The downside to Net Weaves, however, is that if you have a lot of hair, it will be difficult to care for your real hair, as the net gets in the way.
At Petal’s, we use good quality hair nets that are made of “breathable” fabric. The last thing you want is a hair net that scratches and irritates your scalp and prevents good air flow. Quality fabric should be used even if it means spending a bit more money. Trust me! Your hair is worth it! Remember, the goal is to protect your hair with this technique, not to damage it.
DO NOT attempt to use a stocking cap or traditional wig cap, as these are made of close-knit nylon, which holds in heat and moisture.
With proper maintenance and care, a Net Weave should last between 2 to 4 months. However, this may vary due to the growth of your natural hair. Your natural hair growth will determine the best time to come in to get it redone. Lady! Be aware not all Remy Hair is good hair. Not all cheap Virgin Hair is good hair! There is good Virgin Hair and there is Scrap Virgin hair!