Weaves, extensions and sewing in hairstyles in general can be a smart and stylish step in your natural hair growth process. To put it in a nutshell, sewing into you allows you to cover your own hair as it naturally grows. Unlike some bonds that use glue, they are literally sewn into your natural hair, causing less damage. Embrace your natural hair transition and express your personality with one of these chic weave hairstyles!
1. Bob sewing in hairstyles
By far one of the most popular weave hairstyles in the charts is the Bob. Whether it’s short and sweet or long and luscious, this haircut is a favorite among African American women looking for stylish stitching options.
2. Casual weave
If you are looking for a more relaxed and natural look, you can opt for a wavy seam. Although it does not completely continue your natural hair structure, it has a casual touch that brings it closer to your roots.
3. Short Sew in Hairstyles
We love women who are not afraid to rock short locks. If you love the Pixie Haircut as much as we do, you should use this idea for your next sewing. You can get a layered version, as in this photo, or with a wavy or curly texture.
4. Ombre hairstyles
If you are the kind of woman who loves to show different colors in her hair, ombre styles are exactly what you need. You can start your Ombre with a shade that resembles your natural hair color, and continue in your preferred shade.
5. Shoulder length sewing in weave hairstyles
Looking for hair length that is easy to look after, but not too short? You can never go wrong with sewing shoulder lengths in hairstyles. While they offer more than enough creative styling options, they are long enough to become one of stress.
6. Cute Sew in hairstyles
Once your tissue is sewn in and ready to rock, you can start thinking about pretty hairstyles to complement it. For example, half of the halftone styles are trend this year, and we have to admit that they are adorable.
7. Big hair
If you prefer a natural approach, do not hesitate to choose a large, beautiful and curly seam. This type of weave not only gets your natural hair as close as possible, but you will also enjoy volume and elasticity curls.
8. Balayage Bobs
A color alternative for ladies who prefer a fineness is balayage. While it has essentially the same gradient concept from Ombre, Balayage stands out for a discreet transition from one color to the next.
9. Curly Sew in Hairstyles
For this example, the curls are clearly in the center. Although a bit bigger and looser than natural, afro-textured hair, they are radiant. In addition, they are similar to the popular Häkelflechttechnik.
10. Returned waves
Wavy hair is always a pleasure to wear and style. What’s more, you can do it extra long to add even more to your hairdressing options. It is an appropriate choice for any environment, whether you go to university or work in an office.
11. Sew straight into hairstyles
A large number of women choose to sew straight in hairstyles. One of the main reasons is that they can enjoy a hair structure that is different from their natural ones. It’s perfect for experimenting with your style until you completely transition to your natural locks.
12. Asymmetric haircuts
It’s easy to add a little bit more edge to your new hairstyle. You can achieve a funky and fresh result by simply cutting the hair asymmetrically. The most common asymmetric haircut has a Bob Foundation, but try out uneven pixies or other styles as well.
13. Pastel Pixies
Speaking of pixie cuts, it would have been impossible to sew on cute hairstyles without presenting them. For sewing, you can have fun with a retro pixie, with fantastic finger waves. The chosen pastel pink is also a dream!
14. Sew deep wave in hairstyles
Another great idea for your sewing is to get a deep wave effect in your hair. Deep waves can be rocked equally on short and long hair, so do not hesitate to choose your favorite length. Here you can admire a hip-length version.
15. Sew middle section into hairstyles
As with all other hairstyles, you can sew hairstyles with different parts. A timeless option is with a center section, which is also a versatile choice for all face shapes. We will also be presenting side panels, but here’s an idea you can not go wrong with.
16. Highlights hairstyles
Bring your hairstyle to the next level with some sunny highlights. If you choose this idea, we recommend that you get highlights in a color that contrasts with your root. For example, honey highlights look amazing on jet black hair.
17. Sew long hairstyles
Undoubtedly, one of sew’s main advantages is that you can wear extremely long hair without waiting for it to grow. If you prefer long curls, consider this aspect when choosing to sew your dreams.
18. Metallic Tone Weaves
We are back to the colors with this entry, this time with a very distinctive tone. If you want to make a statement through your hairstyle, you should think about putting on a bold color. This metallic blue, for example, is an excellent entry.
19. Mohawk sewing in weave hairstyles
If you have a free mind and are not afraid to express it in your hairstyles, keep a Mohawk option in mind. As you can see in this example, Mohawks are an edgy yet chic hairstyle that brings out your wild side in a fashionable way.
20. Thick and messy styles
We all long for thick hair, regardless of our hair structure. The good news is that sewing allows you to enjoy thick locks. In this shot, you can see what thick and wavy hair would look like when worn in a wonderfully untidy way.
21. Halo braids
If you have styling alternatives in mind, this is an idea that you will appreciate for sure. Halo braids have been gaining in popularity for two or three years for reasons that are more than obvious. Keep these on your inspiration list if you want to spice up your sewing.
22. Sew black in hairstyles
Some women prefer to keep their hairstyle as natural as possible during their transition. In this regard, you can choose to sew with the same color as your hair, whether it’s black or a deep shade of brown.
23. Versatile sewing in hairstyles
If you love to discover different hairstyles, you should get a seam that will allow you to style your hair in a variety of ways. We recommend using a curly hair weave to make everyday care and styling easier.
24. Graceful and feminine styles
With a hairstyle like this, you feel drawn straight out of the fairy tale. It is a heart-warming half-hairstyle with a twisted tiara braid in the back. The loose curly hair also serves as a great eye candy for a delicate hairstyle.
25. Strawberry blond hairstyles
We love strawberry blond so much that we’ve already dedicated a whole article to dozens of tones from this palette. What makes the entry of this sewing in hairstyles list so special is that it makes two of these shades to melt with a peach pink color.
26. Sew side part in hairstyles
Just as we promised, here’s an example that focuses on bindings with side panels. We encourage women who love to throw aside their curls to choose this kind of farewell. Besides, it works amazingly regardless of the texture of your seams.
27. Short Curly Sewing in Weave Hairstyles
This category of sewing in hairstyles is literally as close as you can get the condition of your natural hair during installation. What makes this short and curly style so wonderful is that it will help you lighten into your natural locks as they grow gradually.
28. Faux pony
If you are not sure that you should sew with pony, styling can help you achieve a similar effect. Provided you sew with straight hair, you can wind the curls into a lace knot and style the tips on your forehead to resemble pony.
29. Undercut Weave Hairstyles
Undercut hairstyles are hot today, especially when sunny weather is on the way. If you want to go beyond your limits and get an edgy hairstyle, think about rocking your hairstyle with a sexy undercut or a shaved side.
30. Invisible part in web hairstyles
Under sewing in hairstyles, there are some options with an invisible part aspect. You can get yours this way, no matter what texture the fabric is or how the hair is cut. The above photo will help you get a better picture.
31. Headwrap hairstyles
If you want some tribal flavor for your hairstyle, do not hesitate to incorporate traditional accessories. For example, you can tie your locks in a headscarf or just half the top as in this photo. In any case, a headwrap gives your look an impressive personal touch.
32. Sew in hairstyles with side bangs
Just like side pieces, sidebangs are beautiful details for women who like to wear their hair on one side. Another benefit of the side pony is that it contributes to the stylish aspect of the hairstyle, which is crowned by self-confidence and attitude.
33. Wedding Hairstyles
No matter what formal event you have, you can be inspired by this updo for your sewing hairstyle. While we generally recommend it for brides on their wedding day, it works just as well for balls or fancy parties.
34. Sew long straight in hairstyles
Now, sewing in hair style is dying, not to mention that it is one of the top trending varieties. The super-long strands look absolutely gorgeous and are a fresh wind for women who have short hair when sewing.
35. 90s hairstyles
Get in touch with your ’90s baby soul with this mega-sweet sewing in style. Although the base hairstyle is long and wavy, it’s adorably styled with the half-pigtails that allow us to relive Britney Spears’ Fameful Days.
36. Pigtails styles
With that in mind, we’d like to focus a bit more on the pigtails we sew into hairstyles than girls. As an alternative to the above hairstyle, you can create your braids completely with or without braids. To make your hairstyle out of the box, think about adding braids or accessories.
37. Sew on hairstyles, of course
This is another spectacular example of natural seams in hairstyles. We encourage women who want to stick to their roots to weave themselves with curly hair. Not only are they naturally-looking, they also flatter all African-American beauties.
38. Prom sewing in hairstyles
Are you beginning to panic that the prom is just around the corner? You do not have to worry, we have your back in with this stunning hairstyle for your sewing in. You can look after the hair part of your prom appearance in just a few minutes with this half-half idea.
39. Loosely braided hairstyles
If you sew with straight hair, you can have endless fun with a range of DIY braiding ideas. Although they are not really comparable to the unique beauty of African braiding techniques, you can still express your creativity without care.
40. Sew in layered bob hairstyles
Adding texture to your hairstyle is a breeze, especially when working with a respected stylist. Each bob hairstyle can be brought to life by layering phenomenally. In this example, you can see what a feathered bob would look like.
41. Half hairstyles
Yet another notable half-down hairstyle is this intricate gorge. In addition to the trendy half-up styling, it also has a wicker weave incorporated into the style and the sublime baby hair that we all love.
42. Sew in updos
As far as updos are concerned, you have a variety of dazzling ideas to play with. If you want a sleek result, you can try this donut bun look with full, layered, side swept pony.
43. Styles with bright colors
Our crazy girls will be just as crazy for this hot look. It shows not only strong colors, but also two same-colored nuances. This expert coloring job is sure to inspire every outgoing woman.
44. Sew in ponytail hairstyles
If you need a little time to explore hairstyles, you’ll soon find out that ponytails are some of the most popular ideas. They mix noble and cheeky in a highly visually appealing way, no matter how stylish they are. Here is a stunning example of a classic high ponytail.
45. Side paws and ponytails
To continue our ponytail ideas, gently swing a low ponytail to one side. The icing on the cake for the whole look is the fabulous goddess braid on one side. If you have an important event, you should not overlook this example.
46. Lateral ponytails
If you dig the idea of high ponytails, but are also in love with side-cut hairstyles, this is the look for you. Although the base is a regular high ponytail, it is easily turned aside for a super cool hairdo that is not overlooked.
47. Sew red in hairstyles
An enchanting color that you can choose for your sewing is red. It does not just look good, it’s also one of the hottest colors for hairstyles in recent years. Do not hesitate to discover rich colors like this intense burgundy.
48. Curly Faux Hawk sews hairstyles
If you are not sure whether you want to rock a full-blown Iroquois black, you can easily achieve a similar look with a False Hawk. This eye-catching hairstyle is also an admirable option for formal situations where you have to dress to impress.
49. Low ponytails
Our last ponytail idea is this classic, timeless low ponytail. It is not only very work and school appropriate, but it is also effortless for you. You can enjoy the long curls of your sewing without them getting into your face.
50. Casual updos
What better way to complete our sewing list than with one of our favorite style icons? Rihanna shows that you are with everyone Can kill hairstyle. This photo also proves that a well-styled updo can be lightly casual or comfortable.
Sewing hairstyles is one of the safest ways for African-American women to change their style as they grow natural locks. That does not mean that you should be less careful. After choosing your favorite hairstyle, make sure it’s installed by a voted pro. Also, make sure you take better care of your natural hair throughout the process. Which style do you choose for your weave?