a form of hair extensions. often used by black women, and celebrites. it's woven, or glued, into the hair from the track. if done rite, it comes out cute. it may even look real, if its done real good.
Nahoje: ooh Taquasha, yo weave is mad cute.
Taquasha: wat chu talkin bout? this ain't no weave.i got
some cherokee indian in me.
Nahoje: girl, please. you black jus like the rest of us. you ain't foolin nobody.
It's basically what everyone says, except it is not worn exclusively by black females. In fact, most (if not all) celebrities wear them, white and black.
Jessica Simpson's weave is almost unbearable. You can almost always see Lindsay Lohan and Beyonce's tracks. But, since they're white, or wish to be, it's okay.
Look at Weavy Wonder's head. Always up on some weave. Every style gets more....um...creative.
fake hair extensions. word recently used by tiffany of "america's next top model" fame.
"that skank ho poured beer in mah WEAVE!"
if you play like ben then gimme the keys cos even jen drive a benz to go fix her weave
A fake hair piece, either a whole bunch (for example a pony tail) or integrated bits of hair 'weaved' in with the rest of the hair. Mostly black in color, because the majority of people that wear them are black so they want it to blend in. However there are some people that choose, um, interesting colors...
tell my neighbor artisha that her nasty ass purple weave is disgusting, it dont matter if she is 11 its still disgusting
A weave is added hair to one's own hair. It is generally sewn or glued in. A weave may consist of synthetic, human, or Indian Hair extensions. Weaves come in all different colors and lengths. Many celebrities wear weaves.
Beyonce', Ashanti, Britney Spears, and Paris Hilton all wear weaves.
well its actually fake hair that is spose to be weaved into your own and actually fake hair is used by all types of races and it started in latin and african cultures
"my hair was short the other day and i needed to weave in my hair into my braids so that it gave off some volume."