Hair Weaving refers to that practice that involves changing the appearance, texture or outlook of one's hair by adding certain hair to the already existing naturally grown hair. It is usually done by having the 'new and improved hair' cover the natural hair to create a whole new look. It is a common practice today and everywhere you go, you will find local hair weaving experts ready to help you carry out this procedure. What happens is that the hair is added to someone's head right from the scalp and it begins to sort of 'blend in' with the already existing natural hair and with time it ends up growing with it. It is advisable that before anything else, you need to consult your local hair weaving expert to find out what kind of hair you have and whether it is compatible with the practice because The American Hair Loss Council recommends that there are certain people who can go ahead with the hair weaving while others should refrain from it. This is simply because hair weaving has the problem of burdening the natural hair and eventually leading to it falling off. Also, after the hair weaving has been done, there is need to constantly monitor and reposition the new hair that has been added. The added hair uses the natural hair as some kind of support and every once in a while it has to be strengthened so that the old and natural hair remains intact with the new added hair.