Human Hair Wigs – What’s the Difference?

The great thing about human hair wigs is that there are so many options. That means there will be the perfect wig for you – perfect for your personality, perfect for your lifestyle, and perfect for your budget.

Let’s get started. Once again, prioritizing your needs and wants and knowing what you want is a good place to start.

Indian Virgin Hair glueless wig

The Indian designation simply means the hair comes from India where, most often, it is shaved off in a temple ceremony previous to marriage or as a sacrifice for prayers that have been answered. Indian hair has the highest reputation for being thick, durable and flexible. It has a very desirable texture and a luster that will turn heads your way.

Virgin hair is just that, virgin. It has not been processed in any way, which means the neither the cuticles nor the hair itself have any damage. It’s naturally soft and beautiful. Once in a wig, it can be colored or undergo other chemical processes just like your natural hair. Once it has been chemically altered, it is no longer virgin.

Indian Remy Hair

Hair that has intact cuticles is known as Remy hair. The intact cuticles protect the hair and help it maintain its natural shine. Also, if you are purchasing high quality Remy hair, the cuticles will be unidirectional – the cuticles all remain in the same direction. Unidirectional Remy hair is very desirable because it essentially remains tangle-free.

Besides different quality classifications, Remy hair also comes in single or double drawn. Perhaps it’s easiest to understand this classification by thinking of hair pulled into a ponytail. Strands of single drawn hair will have as much as two inches difference at the tip of the ponytail. Double drawn hair will all be the same length. Both single and double drawn pieces will have all of the very short pieces of hair removed. There is more expense involved with double drawn hair as it is a procedure done by hand.

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