Where Does the Hair Extensions like the Brazilian Curly Bundles Come From?by David Liu Specialized in Virgin Human Hair Extensions
You see them everywhere; from short hair to greater lengths in an instant they allow celebrities to go. Some blend so well that no one would ever suspect while others look awful; but have you ever thought of where from the hair used in extensions come?
This article will offer a couple of other insights into the world of the hair extension industry and address some of these questions. This will interest the information seeking, the average consumer.
First, to acquire hair for hair extensions like the deep curly weave many companies send buyers out, it can be said that not all hair extensions are created equal without sounding biased to one brand or the other.
For hair extensions, there are three basic categories of hair that are used.
Human - from a variety of geographical regions this hair may come. The reason this is allowed to occur is that by legal standards if a collection of hair joined to form an extension strand contains at least one human strand in the mix can be marketed as human due to the technicality.
So, when researching where your particular extensions come from, always makes sure that you are guaranteed that what you are buying is 100% human hair. The Brazilian curly bundles come from Brazil.
We can look a little further into how the human hair used in hair extensions, is collected as we have categorized what the basic types of hair extensions are made of.
Human hair collected for extensions can be categorized as:
Remy: Faced in the same direction (this allows light reflectivity for shine, keeps tangling to a minimum, and creates a natural fall to the extension) the deep curly weave still have their cuticle layers intact with each strand.
So as to preserve the quality of the cuticle layers following the same direction the donor of this type of hair has a long braid cut from their head ideally. It tends to be more expensive to purchase because of the care is taken while gathering Remy hair.
Non-Remy: In the same directional flow, Cuticle layers are not aligned. Fallen hair that is collected from hairbrushes these strands are usually collected as naturally shed. Due to the cuticle layers of the individual hairs not following in the same directions this confused mixture of hair is very prone to matting and tangling.
Removing the cuticle layers from the hair shafts, leaving behind a product that is dull looking and weakened these hairs are often subjected to acid treatments.
Leaving the Non-Remy tresses in their post-chemically treated, compromised condition this silicone washes and erodes away over time. As compared to that of Remy hair this hair being of lesser quality is less cost prohibitive. It produces a less desirable result. The Brazilian curly bundles are of good quality.
Hopefully, a bit of light is shed on how hair extension is processed and where the hair comes from. A platform is created where you will be able to make thoughtful decisions about the products that are used on your head if you are interested in getting an expert hair extension service performed.
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