hair weave


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hair weave

n.
A hairpiece that is attached to the wearer's own hair, as by interweaving or fusing, or to portions of the scalp, as by gluing.

hair′weav′ing (hâr′wē′vĭng) n.
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The hair weave was first patented in 1950 by an African American woman, Christina Jenkins, who created the style.
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