Hair By Jamille

Professional Styles Without the Salon Price

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15 Comments

Reply Earl
2:07 PM on April 18, 2013 
Hey Scoop! Keep doing your thing! Checking in from Baltimore, MD. FAP, FGS LOVE ALL DAY! VIVA SUMMER07!
Reply Phillisha
12:46 AM on January 28, 2013 

http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/4packs-lot-12-30-silky-straight-3-5oz-pc/809445_519177234.html

I was wondering if that was enough hair to get for a full sew-in. What's your opinion, also I would get a lace closure i that changes anything.

or would it be better to get this

http://weavediscount.com/collections/malaysian-hair/products/12-straight-malaysian

in the 16"18"20" combo

Reply Jamille
2:15 PM on December 3, 2012 

Janet says...

Hi Jamille!  By the way, I absolutely love your website!  Can you please tell me the best way to rod kinky twists, and also, the best hair to use for pixie braids.  Thanks-Janet

Hi Janet...the best way to curl the ends of kinky twists are to brow dry the twists as to get the strands straight and uniform then take about 4-5 twists and wraps the ends around a perm rod.  Dip the rodded in a boiling hot water for 10 seconds, towel dry and let set for a few minutes before you remove the rod.  

Kanekalon hair (same used for senegalese) is best used for pixi's.  Hope this helped.

Reply Kamona
5:43 PM on December 2, 2012 

you are very talented and do good work!

Reply Janet
2:50 PM on October 16, 2012 

Hi Jamille!  By the way, I absolutely love your website!  Can you please tell me the best way to rod kinky twists, and also, the best hair to use for pixie braids.  Thanks-Janet

Reply Jamille
1:48 PM on February 9, 2012 

Karen Davis says...

hello I was looking @ some of your twist styles and was interested in senegalese twist, also I was wonder were you in the Savannah, Ga area? if so please contact me thru email, if not can you tell me what kind of hair you are using for that style.


Hi Karen,


Unfortunately, I'm only in Nashville at this time.  The hair used for Senegalese is Kanekalon straight hair (synthetic).  It normally does not cost over 2 bucks per pack.  It's the same kind of hair that you would use for cornrows with hair added in.  Depending on length desired, I would suggest 4-5 packs. So all in all, you shouldn't have to spend more that 10-12 bucks on the hair itself.

Reply Jamille
1:45 PM on February 9, 2012 

Jackie says...

When you coming back to Richmond I will be first in line !! and I am from the  Northside:), for now the Africans are braiding my hair but i would eventually like to wear sew in's so my hair can get a break from the perms !! stylists ar not sewing in hair weave like they used to  


Hi Jackie,


I will be back in Richmond for a visit towards the end of March.  If you are interested, I can try to squeeze you in.  Just call or shoot me a text. 804.512.3423

Reply Karen Davis
12:40 PM on February 9, 2012 

hello I was looking @ some of your twist styles and was interested in senegalese twist, also I was wonder were you in the Savannah, Ga area? if so please contact me thru email, if not can you tell me what kind of hair you are using for that style.

Reply Jackie
10:16 AM on February 8, 2012 

When you coming back to Richmond I will be first in line !! and I am from the  Northside:), for now the Africans are braiding my hair but i would eventually like to wear sew in's so my hair can get a break from the perms !! stylists ar not sewing in hair weave like they used to  

Reply Raysean
9:48 AM on April 24, 2011 

I love the work you're doing !