the difference of remy hair and non-remy hair
- Oct 15, 2018-
Do you truly know what REMY hair really means?
The term “remy” is often translated into a different meaning then what it really stands for. Remy hair is often used in marketing and selling purposes that generally misleads the client into thinking they are getting the best grade of hair.
The definition of Remy is hair collected and sorted from various sources with the root and tip traveling in the same direction to ensure the cuticle does not tangle or matte.
The cuticles are not stripped and remain aligned in one direction.
Remy hair is more expensive and looks more natural due to the tedious process that the hair goes through to get into remy form. It has a smoother, shinier, and healthier appearance than NON-REMY hair.
Do you wonder why non-remy hair is so much more inexpensive then remy hair?
Non remy hair is hair that does not have it’s roots aligned (Roots and tips not traveling in the same direction). In order to prevent hair from tangling , this hair must be processed to remove a portion of the cuticle.
Since the cuticle runs in both directions it requires a higher concentration of acid. Eventually resulting in hair with very low moisture, leading to dry straw-like hair.
So what side are you on? REMY or NON REMY HAIR
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