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    Posted: February 22 2013 at 7:42am

I have used hair weave in the past and was quickly turned off by what I believed was the irreparable damage that it caused to my hair. I mean, I had hair breakage for years after the fact. It was so irritating to me, so whenever anyone would say anything about hair weave; my ears were deaf to the subject. Its very traumatizing to have hair breakage. A womans hair is her life! Well at least thats how I see it. So, when I came across this book at my friends house (www.hair-weave-guide.com), I walked by it a couple of times, before I actually picked it up. And I am glad I did! It was so informative, and I realized that it wasnt the weave itself, but the way it was put in. The person who put it in my hair was not a professional. The authors of this book really laid it out, telling me what I need to do in order to be successful at my attempts for a tight style. I needed Vision That was my problem. I couldnt visualize how nice I would be with a nice weaved style. This book helped change my prejudices about women who use hair weave to achieve a nice hairstyle. 

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