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How a 10 Minute Weave is Changing the Hair Game

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For many African-American women our hair is our crown and glory. Whether we go natural or weave it up, our hair tells a story. I like to switch my hair-do on a regular but leaving in sew-ins for weeks has never been my thing. I mean no shade, if your one to wear the traditional sew in, but like my mama always said, “I just can’t take that in my head for to long.”

What if you could replace those hours spent in the salon with a quick fix for the woman on the go? I mean is it possible to really put in a weave in ten minutes?

The answer is yes. Ladies, hear ye, hear ye, a black-owned family business has teamed up to create the Minute Weave.


What is this you ask? Well,  Minute Weave works by attaching hair to a cap using Velcro hook and loop technology. The complete collection includes 100% Virgin Remy Hair that can be cut, washed, and dyed, and a custom Minute Weave cap. This revolutionary product allows style, versatility, and functionality all in one.

This business was founded by a family of engineers, military veterans, and hair and beauty enthusiasts. This revolutionary product has set out to disrupt the traditional 500-billion- dollar hair industry with their new patent-pending invention, Minute Weave.

Minute Weave is the fastest and easiest weave installation and styling system ever created, yes, in history folks. Minute Weave offers customers the potential to create fabulous hairstyles in as little as 10 minutes, but without the sewing, gluing, or commitment and at a fraction of the cost.

Cofounder, Marche Goldwire says she was fed up with the commitment of traditional weaves.

“You buy the hair, pay for installation by gluing or sewing which takes hours, then you are stuck with that style, whether you like it or not, until you pay for its removal. We figured out a way to eliminate all these inconveniences,” Goldwire explains.”

Cofounder Chanel Martin, also known as the “Hair Engineer”, is no stranger to the hair care industry. Martin is one of the cofounders of hair technology startup Myavana, and has been featured in almost every major urban publication and including Business Insider and Forbes, and was more recently featured on daytime talk show “The Real.”

“When Marche introduced the initial concept of Minute Weave to me, I knew we were on to something. I have worked with hundreds of women who have suffered severe damage to their hair and scalp using traditional weaving methods. What I love about Minute Weave is that you now have the option to wear extensions while protecting your scalp and hair. Minute Weave is the ultimate protective style!”says Martin.

You can donate or pre order your Minute Weave collection from by visiting their kickstarter campaign by clicking here or sign up for their email list by visiting www.minuteweave.com. See Minute Weave in action, by watching the installation video and by following Minute Weave on social media @minuteweave on Instagram, Twitter, Periscope, Facebook and Snapchat.




Starling is a freelance writer, photographer and director. Her utopia is a world where the food is not genetically modified, the government tells the truth and where the police actually protect us. When she is not fiercely typing away at her computer you can find her on set behind a camera being bossy and telling someone what to do or on Youtube watching conspiracy videos for hours. Her work can be seen in various magazines and she has been spotlighted as a powerful writer by the NABFEME Atlanta organization. She adores Maya Angelou and says Zora Neal Hurston taught her how to write.

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