Category Archives: Enstyle Human Hair Extensions

How to prep your Quickweave for bed

Hello blog lovers! I wanted to share this video with you. I will be starting a few new series run on my blog and the first one will be quickweaves. I posted this video a while back on my YT channel and this is just a simple way to prep your hair at night if you are wearing a quickweave. Of course you can always flat wrap your hair for a smooth finish but I have discovered that sometimes that doesn’t work well. Here are some quick tips for Quickweave maintenance:

1. Wrap your hair at night with a satin scarf or bonnet.
2. When detangling your hair start from the ends and work you way up to the top. This will decrease shedding.
3. Use only serums on your hair when styling (preferably silk serums). This will keep even the cheapest hair weave extension looking nice until you take it down.

Alternate ways to prep your hair weave at night

1. Take some hair clips (double or single pronged) and create large pin curls. This will minimize your curl time (if you don’t know how to use a hot curler or curlers) in the morning and will preserve your curls from your initial style session with your personal stylist.
2. Flat wrap your hair using hair clips to ensure that it lays flat at night while you sleep to ensure a nice finish in the morning.
3.Use Flexi rods to curl your hair at night to keep you from having to curl it in the morning to insure a long lasting curl.
4. Detangle your hair separate your bangs and create a large pin curl (if you have a center part create two pin curls) separate you hair in the back into two large sections and create two double strand twists and clip them to the top of your head. Finish by wrapping your hair (demonstrated in the video)

Special Note: For curly styles (with length) at night:

1. Apply a little foaming mousse (I love Motions Styling Foam) to your hair (just one pump) and split your hair down the middle and do two double strand twists on the side. (See Video)

Check out the Video for how I prep my center part invisible part quickweave. The video was recorded using my webcam so the quality is not as good. Anyways, you can figure out whats going  on. It’s a double feature. I show you how to curl your hair using a hot curler as well.

Disclaimer: Please do not use my pics with out asking fist.

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>Hair Bonding 101: Styling my hair with Flexi Rods!

>Hello Blog Lovers! I wanted to share with you guys two videos that I uploaded to my Youtube Channel. I did a Hair Bonding Video Series. After I bonded the hair in my head I decided to style it with flexi rods. Check out my Hair Tool of The Week post on the flexi rods here. Check out the videos and watch the others on my channel. Subscribe if you haven’t great things coming up here and on youtube!

This is my method of using the flexi rods. They can be done without curling the hair first and they can be used while the hair is wet. This is merely and option.

Thanks for watching! Leave Comments and Tell a Friend! Peace and Blessings ~♥ Miss Nic♥~


>Instant Extensions: Creating your very own clip-in Extensions

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Hello Blog Lovers! Today I wanted to share with you guys a thrifty way to make your own clip extensions. I just made some myself and I love them! My sister who is a youtube junkie is always watching these videos and she recycled some of her Remy hair from a sew-in that I did for her and made some clip-ins and it was very cute and natural looking so I was like well let me make some myself.  Here is what you need.
  • Some quality human hair. It doesn’t have to be something expensive like Remy hair or Indian hair, just something that’s top quality and good for it’s price. You want to get something that will give you bang for your buck! I used Enstyle Micro Perm Yaki Human Hair. I love this hair! It’s great!! It doesn’t tangle or shed which is perfect for what I want. I only paid $30.00 per pack.
  • Some upholstery thread. I used this thread because it’s heavier and won’t easily break under pressure.
  • The Clip-In Clips that have the rubber backing that snaps open and close.
  • A small Sewing needle.
The snap clips were $1.99 a pack and I purchased 5 packs. There are three in a pack. I made two small pieces to fit the back of my head and I made two large pieces to fit from temple to temple. I made three pieces which were as wide as the clip for the sides of my hair.  Check out my Youtube Channel to see the tutorial.
No Make-up!! 😦 Long day! Giggles!
Thanks for reading! Tell a Friend! and Leave Comments! ~♥ Miss Nic ♥~