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How to Tell Apart 100 Indian Remy Human Hair

Posted by OneMoreHair 
How to Tell Apart 100 Indian Remy Human Hair
December 01, 2019 11:44PM
Remy is simply used to refer to hair obtained from a single donor. The cuticles on this type of hair are kept intact and the hair strands face the same direction. Such remy is usually 100% natural and therefore free of any relaxers, dyes, silicon and other chemicals. Basically, it is hair that has not undergone any processing and is virgin in its purest form.

Even though 100 Indian Remy Human hair is of great quality, getting it may be tricky. There are so many brands in the market, and all these claim to have 100% Remy human hair. This may make it hard to pick what you need; but with some prior knowledge, you can manage to single out something that will be worth your time and money.

To tell whether the Indian remy you have found is real or not, you first need to look at the color. Anything that has color is not original Remy, because the authentic is not treated using any dyes. Therefore, you should beware when you see color labels. Remy only comes in natural colors of either black or brown. Also, these colors may not be uniform; there may be highlights that may either be darker or lighter than the main color. These colors are those of the donor's natural hair; and not any obtained through processing.

The grade and texture of the Indian remy are also things you need to look at. Unlike many of the synthetic hairs sold by hair companies, Indian remy is not fully straight and silky; the texture is a bit coarse. For the non virgin types of hair, the products are usually treated with some chemicals including silicone, and this is what gives them that exceptionally silky and straight appearance. Running your hand through the Indian remy can help you tell the difference.

In addition, the price of the product should be an indicator of whether or not the hair is real. Indian remy is of premium quality and to obtain it, you have to be ready to pay a good amount for it. Therefore, if you get a product being sold as hair but at a price that is really low, you should be cautious because the hair may not be real Remy; it may just be an imitation being sold as the real thing. Even so, this doesn't mean that all the costly ones are real. Knowing the qualities of Remy can help you pick out something authentic.

Usually, unauthentic hair gets quite heavy when immersed in water. In comparison, natural Indian remy is much lighter when wet and it takes up its original wave patterns and curls. However, it's good to bear in mind that such curls do not guarantee that the hair is original. Nonetheless, getting virgin Remy hair is always a good idea because it is shiny, easy to maintain and has great texture - these are qualities you can't get in any other product.
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