What are Virgin Hair Extensions:
Virgin hair extensions are made with human hair that is chemically unprocessed and collected from a single donor. These high-quality extensions have never been altered by perms, dyes, bleaches, or harsh washes. That is why hair extensions made of pure virgin hair are considered some of the highest quality extensions on the market today.
While affordable, cheap hair extensions can not be found on our sales page, in general, virgin hair can be quite expensive compared to most other types of hair extensions on the market. Hair extensions that are virgin keep their natural colour and glass for longer than any other type of extensions on the market because they have never been treated with the usual harsh chemicals that people often put in their hair. That is why you should always invest in virgin hair extensions when you are shopping for premium hair extensions.
What is Virgin Hair?
Many women have the desire for human hair wigs. When buying hair bundles, you may have seen the word “virgin hair” very often.
In order to quality virgin hair, it must be 100% pure. It cannot have gone through any kind of chemicals processing, so this hair when you got it. It has not been permed, coloured treated, dyed, bleached, blow-dried, steam-treated or gone through any other chemical processing. It’s from one single donor so each bundle you buy should from the same donor. This has not been exposed to any kinds of harsh agents and the cuticles all still must be intact and running the same direction. If these things are not so, this is not 100% virgin hair.
The virgin hair bundles are shed-free, and tang gives full and gorgeous volume. With RIE Hair Boutique Indian virgin hair extensions or Malaysian hair, you will get nice, luxurious, smooth hair.
Is virgin hair healthy?
An open follicle on the hair shaft is prone to damage from exterior elements like the sun Healthy, virgin hair tends to be smoother and reflects more light.
Virgin human hair has been defined as hair that has never been chemically processed in any way, making the hair far more superior to Remy hair. As for virgin hair, although it is more expensive than Remy hair, it can stay longer and looks more natural. You should treat it like your own hair.
How long does virgin hair last?
Virgin hair lasts up to 3 years. With proper care, our hair can last longer. But it really depends on the texture and your care of the hair. Your hair can last up to 3-5 years with proper care.
Virgin hair is easier to style because it has never dyed or treated with chemicals. The hair can be easily straightened or curled with beautiful results. The hair bundles are of better quality and have never been damaged or weakened.
Virgin hair is chemically unprocessed human hair from a single donor. It is free from dyes, perms, bleaches and hard washes. Our virgin hair is Remy hair. This means the hair is gathered from the head of donors using a method designed to keep the hairs cuticles in proper alignment.
Raw hair is usually less silky and very slightly closer to coarser textures when compared to virgin hair. The beauty and the beast of raw hair is that no two bundles are the same. They won’t be very different from each other but never identical and that because the hair is not steamed to from uniformed patterns.
Best Virgin hair type:
Virgin Indian hair is one of the best weave hair types. Indian weave hair has the thickest texture and gives a variety of hairstyles like the straight, wavy and curly style. it can suit for most women since Indian hair is very textured and comes with a very natural lustre.
Simply virgin hair is untouched hair, like what we start out on this world with. It refers to strands that have never been colour-treated or chemically processed in any way. To get more specific, its hair that is completely and totally free from perms, bleaches, colour treatments, and dyes and yes, highlight and ombre hair also count.
Once you have processed or colour-treated hair, it can never go back to being a virgin. That’s right once you have dyed your hair, even just once, you lose your virgin strands forever, virgin hair is a hair colourist’s dream because it’s also much easier to colour hair that does not already have dye on it. Colourists also get excited over virgin hair because of its strength. Which is because it’s never been damaged by chemicals. This is also the reason that many high-end hair extensions are made from virgin hair.
Virgin hair care routine:
Step 1, shampoo and condition strands regularly. If you have virgin hair look for a shampoo and conditioner system that’s formulated to be gentle on your strands and address any hair concerns, you naturally face.
Step 2, scrub your scalp
Regardless of your hair type or whether you have coloured or virgin hair, you can benefit from exfoliating your scalp. Whether or not you realize it, your scalp is an extension of your complexion, and it needs to be healthy and properly cleansed in order to produce healthy stands. Over time, things like excess oil, dead skin cells, and leftover hair care product can build up on your scalp. Slough these things away a few times each month.
Step 3, deep condition
We often tout the importance of using a weekly o bi-weekly deep conditioning treatment when you have coloured strands, but they can be equally beneficial for virgin hair. It’s easier and quicker to use than you might think just leave the conditioner on for one minute, rinse out, and go about the rest of your hair routine as usual.
Step 4, use a leave-in treatment
After taking a shower, apply a nourishing hair treatment or serum to your damp strands. Doing so after ever wash can help keep your virgin hair looking healthy and hydrated.