Make an entrance with this glam silhouette by Shameika Bolden of Bold & Beautiful Salon in Downington, PA.
Bolden sews in a partial weave, which features pre-lightened, caramel-colored ends. Strands are straightened using a flat iron, and a 1-inch wand is used to craft loose spirals. Bolden then combs the spirals together with her fingers to create larger waves and finishes the look off with a shine spray to create a gorgeous glow.
Weave pro Lawrence Washington is known for his work with tennis pro Serena Williams and reality TV star Sheree Whitfield. He also often appears on Fashion Queens, The Real Housewives of Atlanta and owns Prive salon in Atlanta, GA.
Celebrity hair pro Lawrence Washington shares his weave tips…
SPLIT ENDS: “With Indian, Brazilian and Malaysian extensions the hair comes from a real person so you may find split ends. [When inspecting for split ends], the hair is a little jagged, tangled and frizzy on some of the ends.”
GETTING VOLUME: “Clip in more hair extensions. I don’t always sew in a ton of hair. If my client has a lot of hair and has to do a red-carpet event I may just add a few clip-ins.”