10 Common Closure Sew-in Hairstyles

A hair closure is a great way to make your wig look like the real deal, as they give the illusion of natural hair emerging from the scalp. A natural aesthetic? Yes, please. But why stop there? Although you can apply your closure and leave it at that, why not zhuzh up your look with cute hairstyles, queen?

When it comes to hairstyles for sew-in closures, the possibilities are endless. You can keep it casual and quick with a glam headband or add some texture and dimension with adorable double French braids. There’s a style for everyone, whether you need a five-second pick-me-up or something more elegant and fun.

Ladies, I am someone who is always hunting for the latest hairstyles. I love to shake up my look and try out new things. That’s why I decided to put together this handy article on the ten most common closure sew-in hairstyles. Yes, they’re common, but trust me – they ain’t basic!

Find the perfect hairstyle below!

Ten Common (And Cute) Closure Sew-in Hairstyles

Are you looking for some new ways to wear your sew-in closure? Then you’ve come to the right place. I’ve selected the ten most common (and totally cute) ways to wear a sew-in closure. Here are my top ten that you need to try ASAP:

1. Headband

A headband is a great way to add some razzle-dazzle to your style without spending too much time on something intricate. You can wear any kind of headband you prefer. However, I’m someone that loves to sparkle, so I highly recommend this gorgeous glam headband.

2. Ponytail

Causal Sunday afternoon? Need to get your hair out of your face for a cleaning sesh? There’s no better effortless look than the classic ponytail. Whether you pull it up sky-high like Ariana Grande or want something loose, low, and funky, you can rock it with your sew-in closure.

3. Half Updo

Half updos are all the rage. Haven’t you heard? They add some seriously tantalizing volume while also letting your long, flowy locks take center stage. Essentially, a half updo is the perfect pairing, and it can be done with a sew-in closure.

Need a little help? This video is fantastic; check it out:

4. Halo Braid

If you’re looking for a hairstyle that’s sweet, classy, and undeniably elegant, you’re going to want to try on the halo braid. Now, you’ll need a longer closure to get this style done. You’ll also need a little more time and patience. But it’s 100% worth it.

Here’s a great video showing how to create a stunning halo braid:

5. French Braid

OK, so you can totally stick to traditional three-plait braids going down your back with a sew-in closure. But why settle for that when you can have an awe-inspiring French braid? Start at the top of your head and French braid until you reach the bottom. This look can easily be dressed up or down. Opt for two French braids to make a sultry double French braid look!

6. Bun

Much like the ponytail, the bun is another classic hairstyle that can be kept calm and casual or glammed up. Don’t believe me? Here are just a few of the incredible looks you can achieve with a bun:

7. Space Buns

Low bun, classy bun, intricate bun – there are plenty of bun hairstyles to choose from. But one that gets its own shoutout is space buns. Space buns have recently risen in popularity, and why wouldn’t they? They’re edgy, chic, and super cute. The perfect trio,

8. Curls

I don’t know about you, but when I want to feel gorgeous and flirty, I bust out my favorite hair curler. Whether you prefer tight and bouncy curls or romantic ringlets, sew-in closures offer all curling opportunities so you can look and feel your best.

9. Straight and Sassy

On the other hand, creating a look-at-me ‘do can be as simple as using a straightener from top to bottom. Straightening and adding a little bit of oil can make your hair ultra-sleek and smooth, creating that avant-garde finish that’s ready for the futuristic fashion show. 

10. Bobby Pin Accessories

If you’re looking for a hairstyle that is impossibly simple yet still a standout look, consider buying some bobby pins. Opt for glitzy sparkle pins, elegant pearl pins, or any other style. Then, part your hair down the side and use the bobby pins to keep your hair in place on the other side. So easy, but looks amazing for any occasion.


There you have it – ten new stellar hairstyles for sew-in closures that will look incredible on you, babe! But before you get stylin’, check out these frequently asked questions that have been asked by readers just like you!

What are the different types of hair closures?

There are two main types of closures: lace and silk. They each have their own pros and cons. However, silk closures tend to be more popular because they provide a more natural appearance compared to lace. It’s more of a personal preference.

How long do sew-ins with closure last?

A sew-in with closure typically lasts anywhere from six to 12 weeks. Although, how long your sew-in with closure lasts depends mainly on the sew-in you purchase (low or high quality) and how well you take care of it. 

What is the best hair for a sew-in?

Remy human hair or unprocessed virgin hair is the best hair option for sew-ins. They feel and look more realistic. They’re also less susceptible to tangles, mats, and shedding. While synthetic strands have improved in recent years, they still can’t compare to real ones.

There Are So Many Beautiful Closure Sew-in Hairstyles!

Whether you do something simple like adding a headband or bobby pins or try something more lavish like a halo braid or half updo, you’re sure to enjoy your beautiful closure sew-in hairstyle. Try a new look every day!

What is your favorite closure sew-in hairstyle? Share below!

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