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The term virgin hair refers to hair that has been untouched by chemical processes such as dyes, perms, and relaxers.
Q: CAN THE HAIR BE STRAIGHTENED OR CURLED?
Yes it can. This is 100% Human Hair so treat it as your own. You can curl and straighten the hair as desired.
Q: Can this hair be colored?
Yes, this hair can be bleached or dyed to any desired color. We suggest you consult a professional if you wish to color your hair
Q: How many bundles will I need to obtain a full weave?
For inches ranging from 12-18, you will need 2 bundles. Inches ranging in lengths 20-24, we suggest need 3 bundles. For inches 26-32 4 bundles are recommended.
Q: How long does the hair last?
With proper maintenance hair can last up to a year.
Q: What is the difference between Peruvian, Brazilian, Malaysian, and Cambodian hair in texture? There are subtle differences between the types of hair. The differences are more apparent in the hair's reaction to water, heat or air drying.
Brazilian hair has a high luster and is soft and thick this hair requires the least amount of maintenance This hair is silkier and shinier in texture than Indian Hair.
Peruvian hair has a medium luster and is extremely soft. This hair is a little coarser and thicker in texture than Indian or Brazilian hair. It blends well with normal African-American relaxed hair
Malaysian hair is soft with a extra high luster. At first hair can appear excessively shiny but after the first 2/3 washes the shine lessens and looks more natural. After 2/3 washes its not as shiny and starts to look more natural. This hair needs to stay moisturized lots of hot oil treatments and deep conditions. This hair requires less washing because of the heavy density of hair..
Cambodian hair is light, silky and lustrous. Because it is so light it is almost effortless to maintain this hair
Q: Why does my bundle have strands of gray?
It is normal for virgin hair to have a couple gray strands or natural highlights because the hair is not chemically altered. The hair is directly from a donor's hair and then machine weft.