The Distinction Of Virgin Hair And Remy


Virgin hair and Remy are terms that are often used interchangeably, but they also seldom, if ever, signify similarly. Remy can be either non-virgin or virgin, nevertheless virgin is always Remy. What Remy and virgin hair have in common is that the two are in the high-end segment.

Remy is that kind of hair where every single piece of its cuticles is facing in the same direction and intact: roots are found on one side and tips on the other, similar if the hair are growing in a natural way. This trait allows you to brush and take care of your Remy extensions just like you take care your real hair. There is absolutely no tangling and matting like with non-Remy hair. The term Remy alone won’t involve any company, but to the procedure of accumulating the hair that results in the cuticles intact. Remy hair is often chemically treated to create some rarer colors, and textured for more accessibility.

You can find a justification why the virgin hair regarded as high-end quality and why it comes at the expensive prices as well. This hair is actually virgin and in its very natural form. To be classified as virgin, the hair needs to meet up with extremely meticulous standards: it should never be colored, bleached, dyed, relaxed, permed or otherwise chemically prepared by any means. To qualify as genuine virgin hair, that hair should never be also blow-dried or exposed to unpleasant materials including drugs or cigarette smoke.

All virgin hair must originate from just one donor, which makes sure consistency in texture. The texture could be straight, wavy or curly. In certain cases, virgin hair texture can be altered by using a highly pressured and heat process, however since no chemical processing is included, this hair is still thought to be virgin.


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