How to Get A Good Beyonce Weave

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The Beyonce weave has to be one of the most requested weave looks from hair stylist all around the world. Beyonce wears weave for protective reasons and versatility.

Step 1

If you want the fastest Beyonce weave look, consider getting a lace front wig-a hair care enhancement option that Beyonce uses most. A lace front wig, is exactly how it is described. It is typically a hand made wig that utilizes fibers that mimics a natural hairline and part. The hair comes in a host of varieties from Indian Remi to Brazilian, with various texture options too. Most of Beyonce lace front wigs are layered long, with no baby hair and typically a side part.

Step 2

To get the best Beyonce weave find a hair stylist who specializes in weaves, visit places like longhaircareforum.com to get recommendations of stylists in your area.

Step 3

Be sure to look at portfolios and fotki pages to get a good idea of the type of work that the weave stylists do.

Step 4

Pay close attention to ALL reviews good and bad. At a large forum and with weave stylists in large metropolitan areas you will find some neutral or negative views even for the best stylists.

Step 5

Most weave stylists who you are new to, will request that you come in for a consultation. Make sure you are able to stop by a little early for your consult to observe clients and your weave stylists technique-if the weave process isn't in a totally private setting.

Step 6

Take your favorite Beyonce weave picture to your stylist.

Step 7

Its better if you can find pictures that aren't Beyonce wearing lace fronts. Again request long layers with side parts to achieve the Beyonce weave look.

Step 8

Choose lighter weave colors in the range of 3 and higher. Also consider color variations one number up to infuse with highlights.

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