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What is Virgin Hair?

Virgin hair is hair that is free from being processed with all the cuticles intact. It is also free from the following processes; chemical treatment, perming, dying, bleaching or coloring in any way. The hair is usually single drawn, meaning that there are different lengths within the weft. Virgin hair is the next level up from Remy hair, apart from being cuticle correct it has all the features stated above.

Where does virgin hair come from?

Virgin hair comes from a single donor (one person). The hair is tied back into a ponytail and then the ponytail is then cut. The reason for the ponytail cutting is to keep the hair cuticles in one direction to prevent tangling and shedding.

Can Virgin Hair be dyed?

Yes, Virgin hair can be dyed and/or bleached, however you still have to be careful as you would with your real hair. Extra care will be needed because the hair is not attached to the scalp and does not retain its own moisture. You must be mindful to keep the hair hydrated and moisturized. Also, when you dye and/or bleach your virgin hair the hair is no longer virgin (it will then be chemically processed)

Virgin Peruvian Hair

Peruvian hair is collected from remote villages of Peru (South America) where there are not a lot of donors. The population of Peru is a mix of Indian and Spanish immigrant heritage. Peruvian Hair is more coarse and thicker than Brazilian hair. It grows naturally straight, wavy or very curly. But when washed it becomes more curly in texture. It will provide you with the strength and body of Brazilian hair with the smoothness of European hair. Be careful to not buy too many packs of Peruvian hair, as it will look overfull and square. The hair lays thick so you will need less bundles to give the desire effect.

Virgin Brazilian Hair

Brazilian Hair is very popular on the market. It is coarse in texture and heavy in density. It comes in styles of naturally straight, wavy or curly. Brazilian Hair is good if you want thick, bouncy hair. The hair is good for blending in with Afro-Caribbean and is very versatile. Brazilian Hair is determined by the region and genetics of the hair. Brazil is very genetically diverse, so they are less consistent in features. These diversities are categorized in 3 grades of hair:

    Grade A – This is the area of Brazil that is mostly of Anglo or European descent. The texture of the hair is very fine, silky and is straight in nature. This type of hair is good for making lace wigs.

    Grade B (What We Sell) – This is the most popular form of Brazilian Hair seen on the market. The hair is thicker than the grade A version, and slightly wavy in version.

    Grade C – This hair comes from the Afro – Caribbean population of Brazil. This hair is commonly known as Muttalo or Molado (a.k.a curly). The hair is coarse, thick and curly.

Malaysian Hair

Malaysia is located in South-East Asia and shares a border with Thailand, Singapore, Vietnam and the Philippines.The hair dries straight with a slight wave. Compared to Chinese hair, the hair is thinner and softer. The hair is extremely shiny and silky.