Understanding Remy Hair Extensions
With hair extensions taking the world by storm, it is important to understand the type of products being used, to better understand the best type for the wearer and ensure the longest life for the hair.
‘Remy’ hair extensions entail a specific method used to collect and manufacture the hair. Remy hair is extracted from the donor’s head in a way that ensures each hair strand remains in the direction in which it grew, maintaining the natural look and feel of the hair for the wearer, and also the life and quality of it. Easily broken down, the hair remains completely intact, as though cut straight from a ponytail with the ends remaining at the bottom and the top of the hair remaining at the top.
The main difference between Remy hair extensions and other hair extension types is the quality. For hair extensions that are non-Remy, tangling and matting can occur very easily and the hair does not retain shine, or hold its smoothness, given that the hair cuticles are facing different directions. Non-Remy hair will in turn have a shorter life than Remy hair as the quality of the hair may start to diminish if extra care is not taken whilst the hair is attached to the wearer’s head.
Remy hair extensions are the highest quality and most sought after type of hair on the market. A great deal of care is put into this extraction method, and this can be seen in the first few weeks after application for the wearer, as the high quality is retained and with the right care and attention, the hair will remain at this level of quality for it’s life.
As with other natural hair extensions, Remy can be washed, blow-dried, straightened and curled just like the hair on the wearer’s head. Remy hair extensions are the number one choice for the ultimate quality in hair application method and will always provide a seamless and flawless addition to the natural hair of the client.