PASS OR REDO
QUESTIONS TO ASK
You always want your end beads to be laying completely flat against the head. If they are sticking out and tilted at an angle then it will be an annoyance to the client and potentially cause damage as well. If your bead is tilted and sticking out of the head then you want to cut it off and redo it.
The end beads and the wefts should always meet exactly. If there is a gap there is a chance a brush or comb could get caught and snap the string if the client is rough enough. If you see a gap then you want to take the bead off and redo it.
In the photos, I can see that your end beads are off base. The end beads should always be sitting directly on top of the section. If the bead is sitting off base that will cause discomfort and potential damage to the clients’ scalp. You would want to cut it off and completely redo it.
NOTE TO TEAM: The photo on the left is the one that was turned in. The photo on the right I circled in RED is the section the artist chose, while the WHITE is the section they SHOULD have chosen. The end bead should always be sitting in the MIDDLE of the section.
The wefts should always meet the beads exactly. If the hair is sitting over or under the bead that will cause bulkiness to the end of the row. If your client is a picker they will definitely pick at it, and that always leads to damage or slipped beads.