The Weave Is Only As Good As The Foundation—Master The Techniques With Us!

A lot of factors go into giving you the flat, seamless weave you want. To make it look—and feel—as natural as possible; the secret to a flawless sew-in weave is a good foundation.

That’s why Lisa Robinson’s traditional weaving course includes the best kind of braiding patterns that set you up for durable, long-lasting weaves. She’s got over 25 years of experience, making her one of Catonsville’s leading hair extension specialists. At Hair Weaves and Extensions MD, you’ll get to benefit from hair weave courses for beginners as well as stylists looking to expand their range of services.

The perfect weave is all about seamlessly blending it with your natural hair. Lisa Robinson knows all the tricks and techniques to ensure your tracks remain flat while your weave is styled impeccably.

Whether you want to brush up your skills or learn a new craft, you’ll learn everything you need to know to achieve a natural-looking weave. When you opt for a certified hair extensions specialist, you’re guaranteed to learn all her tried-and-tested techniques. From triple braiding for beginners to weave-styling courses, add to your knowledge of braid foundations so you can perfect any traditional weave.

Sign up today to learn how to sew in traditional weaves perfectly!

Course Outline

Here students will learn how to create three braid foundations to achieve any “traditional weave” style. Traditional weaving means it is done on a braided foundation. The number one reason weaves don’t lay flat is the result of a poor foundation. Often clients are scared to get a weave after they have had this experience because they don’t believe a traditional sewn in weave can look and feel natural.

  • How to braid for flat rows
  • How to braid for leave out, with or without outer perimeter
  • How to braid for full sew in no leave out

With these foundations and the proper sew in technique you will be able to ensure your clients satisfaction with flat weaves that fit and contour the head as though it were growing directly from the scalp.


Someone who has basic cornrow and braid skills.

Someone who want to learn how to lay the flattest weaves, it starts with foundation.

Someone who has basic weave skills but desire to take their craft to the next level.