// In the Activity that will launch the native ad, // implement the AdListener interface and add the following: import com.facebook.ads.*; private NativeAd nativeAd; private void showNativeAd(){ nativeAd = new NativeAd(this, "473076559477025_1561996123918391"); nativeAd.setAdListener(new AdListener() { @Override public void onError(Ad ad, AdError error) { ... } @Override public void onAdLoaded(Ad ad) { ... } @Override public void onAdClicked(Ad ad) { ... } }); nativeAd.loadAd(); } // The next step is to extract the ad metadata and use its properties // to build your customized native UI. Modify the onAdLoaded function // above to retrieve the ad properties. For example: @Override public void onAdLoaded(Ad ad) { if (ad != nativeAd) { return; } String titleForAd = nativeAd.getAdTitle(); Image coverImage = nativeAd.getAdCoverImage(); Image iconForAd = nativeAd.getAdIcon(); String socialContextForAd = nativeAd.getAdSocialContext(); String titleForAdButton = nativeAd.getAdCallToAction(); String textForAdBody = nativeAd.getAdBody(); Rating appRatingForAd = nativeAd.getAdStarRating(); // Add code here to create a custom view that uses the ad properties // For example: LinearLayout nativeAdContainer = new LinearLayout(this); TextView titleLabel = new TextView(this); titleLabel.setText(titleForAd); nativeAdContainer.addView(titleLabel); ... // Add the ad to your layout LinearLayout mainContainer = (LinearLayout)findViewById(R.id.MainContainer); mainContainer.addView(nativeAdContainer); // Register the native ad view with the native ad instance nativeAd.registerViewForInteraction(nativeAdContainer); }

Invisible part weaves have been around for quite a while and there are two types of techniques, the glue in or the sew in. To achieve this style there is a specific layering technique that would show the scalp without leaving any hair out, the technique makes the weft invisible so it appears that the extension grows from the scalp.

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The Sew in method

The sew in method is the safest method but it does not provide the most natural looking effect but then it saves your hair rather than damaging it. The sew in method depends on the braid pattern and the braid pattern would either produce a choppy or gappy look. Note that if you are able to make smaller braids then you would be able to apply more weft layered on top each other which would lead to a better result but you have to be careful so it would end up looking bulky.

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The Glue in Method

The aftermath of the glue in method is definitely better than the sew in because you are able to place the weft very close to each other which would end up looking pretty natural but the con is that you have to use glue on your hair which is a no-no in some hair cases. But if you feel the glue in method is best for you then go ahead but remember that it can cause a huge set-back if you are trying to maintain your hair.

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The invisible part hairstyle is an amazing look and I urge you to give it a try, if you’ve never done it before.

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