What is Remy human hair?

What is Remy human hair?

Remy hair is considered the finest quality of human hair because the cuticles are kept intact and not stripped, like in most other non-Remy hair extensions. Preserving the hairs cuticles and aligning them in a unidirectional fashion creates extensions that are completely natural in appearance.

What is the difference between Remy and Non-Remy human hair?

Remy hair is 100% human hair, it is processed and/or collected differently. It goes through a far gentler process that is similar to how cashmere is treated. With Remy hair, the cuticle is preserved and left intact, thereby creating a shinier, more durable and more true-to-life product.

Non-Remy hair is collected from many different sources and then bleached or put through an acid-bath, which strips the hair of its natural cuticle

How is Remy hair collected from donors?

Great care is taken to make sure that all hair remains in its natural state during collection. You may have noticed that right before donors cut their hair, they put it up in a ponytail to secure the strands. This is not just to keep it neat; hair facing different directions will tangle easily once they get wet. With Remy hair, manufacturers ensure that they only use hair that was secured in a ponytail before it was cut to make for easier processing and a higher quality product.

What makes Remy hair special?

Remy hair is made from 100% human hair. Pieces are strictly organized to face one direction so the that natural beauty and shine of the hair is retained. Remy hair is more durable than non-Remy hair and is less prone to tangles, making it easier to comb and style. It is more expensive than synthetic and non-Remy hair for obvious reasons. Remy Hair is also an excellent base for colouring and can be styled with hot tools as well.

Conclusion

While Remy hair is more expensive than other options it will last much longer, can be coloured, styled and treated just like your own hair.

 

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