Remy Hair Article

1The hair wars have been going on for decades and there seems to be no slowing down in the near future. Hair products bring in billions of dollars on an annual basis alone. Just about every race or ethnic group of people tend to wear these hair pieces at some point in time or another. Whether you call them wigs, extensions or weaves, this hair has become very sought-after as of late. There are a plethora of items to choose from, and the remy hair products are a top contender.

What Exactly Is Remy Hair?

Remy hair is basically natural hair that has the cuticles intact. By not stripping the hair of its cuticles, it retains a nice glowing appearance. Remy hair comes from donors all around the world. Some of the more popular sources is Vietnam, Malaysia, India, Brazil and Italy. With the cuticles still intact, the hair is bundled in a way to where the cuticles are all in line with each other. If the hair cuticles are cut in a unidirectional pattern, it will more than likely be sold and used as hair extensions. There’s just so much that you can do with this particular style of hair. A high-majority of human hair that’s on the market today has been chemically treated. For those who want untreated hair, some searching will need to be applied. Some of the best advice would be is to try focusing on the quality of the hair instead of determining if the hair is virgin/untreated.

What Styles Are There?

Remy hair allows you to play around with multiple styles. The hair can be short, can be long, can be wavy or can be straight. Some of its best-sellers come in the form of the Indian Loose Deep Curls, the Natural Long Body Wave and the Brazilian S Wave.

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