Everyday we see beautiful ladies with beautiful figures and long, flowing beautiful hair. If you are honest with yourself, you have imagined at least once in your life time that you were on stage singing in front of a million screaming fans. Your body is perfect. Your face is beautiful and your hair is envied by every woman in the place. Now we can’t help you with your face, and we can’t help you with your body but we can help you with your hair. We guarantee that our units are as close as you can possibly get without it being God given. If someone is standing in front of you having a conversation, they will not know you have on a unit. (if properly applied) IF SOMEONE PARTS YOUR HAIR AND SEARCHES YOUR SCALP, eventually they will know that you have on a unit. Just imagine this as being the best weave humanly possible and also realize that although we all admire Beyonce, if you purchase one of her units from our site, when you put it on, you will still look like you with Beyonce’s hair. (smile) With that being said, enjoy the rest of the site and make sure you make a selection that will look good on you.
How do you care for Remy hair? You must not sleep on it. It is best to braid the hair and tie it up with a satin scarf or bonnet. Also washing and conditioning the hair keeps it moisturized and damage free. Upon arrival hair may be slightly damp with a mixture of grape seed oil and pure spring water. The reason for this is because this is real human hair and it has to stay moisturized during transit. Please use the products designed specifically for Remy Indian Hair located on our site. It will prolong the life of your beautiful hair while feeding it the nutrients it needs to survive for up to a year. At minimum, shampoo and condition your hair at least once every 2 weeks to maintain your beautiful, healthy hair.
Is straight hair, which has doesn’t have any type of wave of curl pattern.
A relatively unusual type, wavy hair tends to be coarse, with a definite “S” pattern to it. There are three Type 2 subtypes:
A – fine /thin, B -medium-textured, and C – thick and coarse. Type 2A is very easy to handle, blowing out into a straighter style or taking on curlier looks with relative ease. Types 2B and 2C are a little more resistant to styling and have a tendency to frizz.
When this type of hair is wet, it appears to be pretty straight. As it dries, the hair goes back to its curly state. When curly hair is wet, is usually straightens out. As it dries, it absorbs the water and contracts to its curliest state. Humidity tends to make this type of curly hair even curlier, or even frizzier. Type 3 hair has a lot of body and is easily styled in its natural state, or it can be easily straightened with a blow-dryer into a smoother style. Healthy Type 3 hair is shiny, with soft, smooth curls and strong elasticity. The curls are well-defined and springy. Andre defines two subtypes of curly hair. First, there is type 3A hair which is very loosely curled and usually very shiny with big curls. The shorter the hair is, the straighter it gets. The longer the hair is the more defined the curl. Then, there is type 3B hair which has a medium amount of curl to tight corkscrews. It’s not unusual to see a mixture of these types existing on the same head. Curly hair usually consists of a combination of textures, with the crown being the curliest part. Lastly there is a type 3C, is hair type that is not in Andre Walker’s book, but many people suggest that it should be. This type of hair can be described as tight curls in corkscrews. The curls can be either kinky, or very tightly curled, with lots and lots of strands densely packed together.
According to Andre Walker, if your hair falls into the Type 4 category, then it is kinky, or very tightly curled. Generally, Type 4 hair is very wiry, very tightly coiled and very fragile. Similar to Type 3 hair, Type 4 hair appears to be coarse, but it is actually quite fine, with lots and lots of these strands densely packed together. Type 4 hair that is healthy won’t shine, but it will have sheen. It will be soft to the touch and will pass the strand test with ease. It will feel more silky than it will look shiny. Oprah is a Type 4. Type 4 hairs looks tough and durable, but looks can be deceiving. If you have Type 4 hair, you already know that it is the most fragile hair around. There are two subtypes of Type 4 hair: Type 4A, tightly coiled hair that, when stretched, has an “S” pattern, much like curly hair; and Type 4B, which has a “Z” pattern, less of a defined curl pattern (instead of curling or coiling, the hair bends in sharp angles like the letter “Z”). Type 4A tends to have more moisture than Type 4B, which will have a wiry texture.
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