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If you have used any of our Indian remy hair full lace wigs, I am sure by now you know that not all Indian remy hair is created equal. What makes our Indian remy so different? As part of our transparency policy, we are explaining our due process on our hair from start to finish. It is all about educating you, our valued customer. We want you to know exactly what you are buying and what you are wearing on your head! Cheers!
The true Indian remy human hair that we collect comes directly from only one hair donor and it’s sometimes
referred to as cut hair. The majority of human hair sold in the industry is not true remy human hair. Did you know that as long as they have only 50% human hair in their product they can call it 100% human hair?! It could be mixed with synthetic hair, animal hair, and who knows what else! We felt that was very dishonest, unethical, and that goes against all of our company values. So we decided to do whats right by you and spend the extra time and money it takes to find only the top level quality of true remy hair out there. Also with most companies, the hair cuticle has been stripped by using an acid-bath, but not ours. We put a stop to this so that the hair cuticle stays intact, and therefore the hair is stronger and does not tangle up like most others.
What type of Indian Remy Hair do we Use?
We only use Single Drawn Indian remy hair. Unlike double drawn hair that is trimmed on both sides and is prepared from comb waste hair that is collected in villages and in houses, ours is cut and trimmed on only one side. All the hair is in one direction. So that means all the roots will be at one end of the hair bundle. This high quality process allows for a very small percentage of hair to be outside the specified length of the bundle. This processing keeps the hair from tangling after it is bleached or dyed. This is very popular in Europe with the high quality hair extensions and that is why we have adapted this type of processing for our products. We only use hair that is collected from Temples in India, particularly women’s hair.