How to Do a Side Bang with Weave but Hid E the Track?

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In my experience of doing hair weave I learned that it would be easy to hide the tracks at the front of your head if you leave a piece of your real hair out. Start at the back of your head. Part your hair and apply glue to the track. Do not put the glue directly on your hair. Press the track onto your scab using a rat tail comb. Blow dry the track so that the glue will dry. Continue these steps until you get to the front of your hair. Part your hair in the center front of your head. Put a clip to hold the hair in place. Glue tracks in the opposite direction. Remove the clip from the front of your hair. Take the flat irons and straighten your real hair to the side and blend it with the tracks.
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