Princess Peach: Thank you for making this awesome video Breanna Rutter.
AKIYIAKELLY: Great Video...
Thanks for the Details.
brainsblackbeautiful: Breanna, thank you for your videos. They are extremely informative. I
appreciate you taking the time to teach us.
Question: How much space between the weft tracks do you space out? Do they
need to be very close, like a 1/4" or a 1/2"? I don't want to add too much
or too little of hair.
Thank you again. God Bless!
Joe Lee: You spend too much time on one thing that is self explanatory or common
sense and doesn't need 3 minute instructions such as the color of the
thread and threading the needles and you are talking like we are slow or
Nadine Young: Videos are waaayyyyyy to long! Surely I don't have 40 mins to learm a
technique. It cam be done much quicker I know. I understand this is for
beginners, but she talks like it's our first day on earth & we're a group
of slow ppl....why???
Selfie Capz: You should check out the videos on Selfie Caps. They are the new patent
pending caps that actually have the pattern printed on the cap to show you
exactly where to lay wefted hair! It's the easiest template to use when
doing a sew in, quick weave, or making a wig.
It's available for a limited time on etsy!
Follow Selfie Capz on: Instagram, FB, twitter, and Pinterest
Ikraan osm: Hi , I have a question , do straight hair look better than curly, wavy and
kinky hair ? But I will answer my own question. (No) . I have wavy hair but
I don't see much difference in all hair types. Please don't do this to your
selves girls , this looks too much desperation to alter your hair, I would
understand if someone was bold headed or had bold areas in there head , but
for some one with full head of hair ( doesn't matter the a
Texture) to go through this just to come up with a different hair texture
than their own is a big turn off , also men decide who to fall in love with
based of the woman's confidence, so never do this hair style around a man
you care about, show the real you. I am not here to tell people what to do
with their lives, I am just speaking my mind .
Renee Sebble-Willis: Very Informative, Thank You!
Seasea Steptoe: very informative! thanx!
4cBeauty: Why do you need a wig cap?
FRANCES ESTEVEZ: WELL DONE....YOU TOOK YOUR TIME.....I HAVE NEVER DONE THIS BUT BEEN
THINKING ABOUT DOING IT.....THANK YOU...
Kenny Coo: Love your tutorials. So detailed.. You are Gifted.. Thanks for sharing
Like my page on fb
Aselya KH: You're so cute !
Brieanna Harrison: This helped sooooo much!!!!!! This gives me confidence to do my own weave
now. You got a new subscriber....
Bnice Love: Great step by step
NiangoChan: Will this damage my hair???
Patricia Smart: Thank you great video thank you again for taking the time to show us how to
weave God bless you
cookie louis: thanks for this tutorial. i will be using this technique to do my own
invisible part sew in
Latisha B: I need to watch this
Blossomed Roots: Bless you! Your videos are so helpful to people who don't have the money to
pay someone else to do their hair and just for pure edification. These
things should be priceless. Thank you so much :)
Gene Nee: I'm new to the weave styles and a little unfamiliar with installation, but
your videos and tutorials have given me the courage to "go for it" and
experiment with new styles. Your professional presentation is spot on.
Pure direct instruction! This takes time and effort and we appreciate it
all. Thank you for the love.
grace selebogo: I like the vedio
Shay Williams: I think that it was alot of unnecessary steps and these videos have alot of
ladies looking a hot mess because everyone is not skilled at doing their
own hair but nice video anyway
Kimberle Sisk: White girl learning to weave in hair for the first time. Excellent
tutorial. Appreciate the detail. My friend made a suggestion to oil the
thread first to prevent cutting hair. Thank you.
Sylvia Smith: Do you really need the weave cap!!!!!
Joy Omorogieva: How To Sew In Weave Tracks For Invisible Part Sew…:
Golphin Kaciemah: Loved it. Well done.
Claudia Holding: I love your tutorials...sometimes they are too long, but I guess not
everyone is as quick and it shows and gives all details.
Linda Saunders: INVISIBLE PART.
lyn liu: well done, beauty.... i love it !
Regina Kennedy: Thanks Breanna, this is the best instructional sew-in video I've ever seen.
It matches some of the thoughts I plotted out in my mind, this video
definitely gave me the visuals I was looking for to match my thoughts :)
It also added in the details I was missing on exactly how to start a
sewing a track without getting frustrated because the track kept slipping
Aliyahh Hhayila: How do I overlap the tracks so I don't have to cut them? I want to do this
in order to preserve my hair.
Maxine Williams-reid: thanks for these awesome videos just did my first weave and am proud of
myself.May God richly bless you.
Sandra Ochola: Videos are on point!!!
vee caldwell: You are doing a great job, being crystal clear with your demonstration but
why not just pop a wig on and call it a day!
Chanel Carter: Thanks for taking your time with the tutorial that actually helps and it
makes it easier for me to catch on quickly
Tanika Ivorri: Great video! Thank you for taking the time to record, and share this!
tequoia1014: Hey Breanna! I just want to say how amazing you are! My sisters and I were
adopted by a white family, and the town we live in doesn't have any Black
Beauticians. We have to drive an hour away to get our hair done! But thanks
to your videos, I've learned how to do extensions by myself! Other ethnics
of people don't understand how expensive and extensive our hair keep up is.
So thanks for all you do! You're like a Big Sister your I've never had!!
Paris Turner: I love you I always watch your videos ❤
Juliana Jalloh: Why did you sew weave and you first put a cap under?
Desiree Williams: You are so awesome! ♥
Stephanie Wilson: I love your videos, very helpful. Thanks!
Amy Ndiaye: Nice job well done
I never saw a video on you tube that explain like yours. I love it
Delana Isles: Great vid and very instructive!
EmpressDiva AKreaLneSS: Love your tutorials! Yes im a cosmetology student soon to graduate but bern
doin hair since i was 9 its always fun to learn new techniques...now it
will take me alot faster on my sew ins :) fabulous ty hun!!!
Bridget Ewonode: I love your teaching on how to sew an invisible part.
Ceći Cray: If you have weave cap on then how are you gonna wash your hair?
lylette jackson: Thats the best education Ive had
MsTorryn: Can I sew in without the wig cap??
Janika Reed: Thank u
Living Social: I got a groupon from Miami and almost got tricked. The description was way off for that the deal they were offering. I found groupon reviews that several people had the same issue. Luckily Groupon honor a refund, but my time was wasted.
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