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    Quote Originally Posted by Patches View Post
    If that is all real hair, this separation of colors is a bitch/damn near impossible to maintain. You can't shampoo all of your hair together or the darker color will bleed onto the pastel pink, making your hair a splotchy purple mess. You would literally have to separate the layers of color, shampoo them separately, and wash them in ICE COLD water to maintain crisp colors.

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    Yeah it may very well be a weave. I've had blue weaved into my hair once.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    Yeah it may very well be a weave. I've had blue weaved into my hair once.
    what's a weave? (it sounds really interesting )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    what's a weave? (it sounds really interesting )
    It's something that is generally stereotyped with African American hair, but women with "white hair" get them sometimes for reasoning of things like color.

    I would be very willing to bet the girl in that picture has naturally blonde hair dyed light pink with the darker pink weaved in.

    Oh, it's a very arduous, slow, and painstaking process too. I only had it done once, never again. They literally have to sew or glue hair to your head, and it's a bitch to take out.

    *did anyone else notice that I put "willing to bed the girl?" LMAO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    what's a weave? (it sounds really interesting )
    The short version is, they braid your hair really close to your head, sort of like corn rows. They can then use the corn row as sort of an 'anchor' to weave fake hair through it. It's sort of just a way to tightly attach a wig to your head so that you can treat it like real hair and it won't come off. It looks quite real when done well.

    It's very popular among black girls. Not so much with other ethnicities.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patches View Post
    The short version is, they braid your hair really close to your head, sort of like corn rows. They can then use the corn row as sort of an 'anchor' to weave fake hair through it. It's sort of just a way to tightly attach a wig to your head so that you can treat it like real hair and it won't come off. It looks quite real when done well.

    It's very popular among black girls. Not so much with other ethnicities.
    so does that mean one's hair would have to be past shoulder length for it to work correctly?
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    Hang on, why can't SJ's have pink hair?

    I've had pink, pastel pink, lilac, blue, silver, red, orange, salmon and various other shades.

    HAIR IS A FREE FOR ALL.

    Also, no, i didn't read the OP. I'm at work and being lazy. So this post may ACTUALLY be irrelevant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    so does that mean one's hair would have to be past shoulder length for it to work correctly?

    No, I'm pretty sure Paris Hilton had it done when her hair was super short.

    Mine was long though. I just had color weaved in rather than actually extending the length, it gave me more volume, I suppose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    so does that mean one's hair would have to be past shoulder length for it to work correctly?
    I don't think so. I mean, you need to have long enough hair to get a tight cornrow, but I think you can do that with medium length hair.

    I found a good image. See how the hair is braided into circles? Thats the real hair being turned into a 'net' almost. The bottom picture shows them sewing a chunk of fake hair into the weave.

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    Oh, my lilac/violet hair.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Nijntje View Post
    Also, no, i didn't read the OP. I'm at work and being lazy. So this post may ACTUALLY be irrelevant.
    OH FINE. After your blew off my awesome shoes I posted for you. :P

    And Elfboy, Britney Spears wears a weave to make her hair fuller-looking and maybe longer.

    If I had to guess, I'd say a bunch of celebrities wear them, but it's a secret. Shhhhhhhhh!

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