1. Can I dye the hair?
Yes, you can use permanent color, semi-permanent color, and rinses on the hair just as you would your natural hair. We suggest getting a professional opinion by an experienced colorist. As a general rule it is easier to darken the hair than to lighten the hair. We highly recommend having your hairdresser dye the wigs and extensions as you will get the results you want, coloring them yourself always poses a high risk of not coming out the shade you want. Please note: Repetitive or improper coloring can damage our hair just as it would your own, so don't dye too frequently, it may lead to shortening the lifespan of your hair and possibly cause damage.
2. How many hair extensions can make a full head?
Normally 3 packs/bundles are enough for a full head, at most 5 packs/bundles.
3. How is the hair length measured?
The length of our hair depends on the texture you choose, and where the hair will fall once installed. Keep in mind your height and body structure plays a major roll when determining the actual location where the hair will fall on you. Our straight hair runs true to length, Wavy and curly hair is measured stretched. Please choose 1-2 inches longer for wavy hair, and 2-3 inches longer for curly hair to accommodate for the actual length you desire. If you are unsure about what length to order, it is always a good idea to order the hair a little longer, as it can be trimmed or styled shorter.
4. Can I wash the hair?
Yes, at least once or twice a week is ideal. Washing the hair helps make it clean and free of residue.
6. How do I dry the hair?
To achieve the best results on wavy and curly hair, let the hair AIR DRY. If you are in a rush, use a blow dryer with a diffuser on the end; this is especially idea for wavy hair. If you try to blow dry wavy hair without a diffuser, it will have a straightening effect on the wavy hair and/or disturb the curl pattern.
The true definition of “Remy” hair simply refers to how the hair is handled and stored. In other words, it's hair that's kept “root-to-tip.” What is “root-to-tip?”It's hair that is bundled so that the cuticle lays in the same direction from the time the hair is cut from the donor.
Difference Between Virgin And Remy Hair
Many people confuse virgin remy hair bundles with virgin hair, its important to know that not all virgin hair is remy hair weave.
Virgin hair is completely unprocessed. To qualify as virgin hair, it must meet rigorous standards including:
never chemically processed in any way.
This also means it comes from a single person.
Now let's talk about Remy hair.
1. With unprocessed virgin remy hair all the cuticles are intact, running in the same direction.
2. When all hair strands follow the same direction you can rest assure you are getting high quality remy virgin human hair which can be free of tangling.
3. Finally, remy human hair tends to last longer because the cuticle is still intact, unlike non-remy weaves where the hair has been cut and can go in different directions.
Note:When the hair is not in the right direction, brushing causes more friction and as a result the hair doesn't last as long.
Therefore, the original distinction of Remy hair was established to represent hair extensions that were:
1. Strictly monitored to ensure against different lengths.
2. Strong and healthy virgin hair that is free of chemical processing.
3. Carefully collected to ensure all hair strands maintain mono-directional form.
4. Protected at the hair shaft by intact cuticles.
Benefits of having Virgin Remy or Remy hair:
100% virgin remy hair is the highest quality you can have, and they are the most natural looking extensions.
Good remy hair is shiny and manageable.
It does not tangle unlike other hair types.