The newest hair extension product in African American beauty
salons today is Indian Hair. When I say it is hot, it is hot. Indian
versatility. Indian hair can be worn natural straight with a slightly
wavy curl pattern or natural curly with a deeper curl pattern. Both
hair types can be flat ironed straight for a silky smooth look.
Some of our competitors charge a lot more for Indian hair;
however, it is the same exact product. Actually I wear the hair
myself, and I absolutely love it. I do not seem to want to wear
anything else other than Indian hair.
Usually, Indian hair is purchased raw; another more common
name is virgin Indian hair. When I say raw, I mean cut from straight
from the Indian woman’s hair and shipped directly to the states.
Another reason the African American culture is driven to this hair
because you can purchase the hair up to 36 inches long, tangle
free. Now that’s serious business when it comes to weaves and
So, if you have not tried Indian hair you may want to get on the
band wagon. You are missing out!
Indian Hair Education - By Rhonda Robinson
difference of high quality Indian Hair. After you wear it one time, you will
never want to go back to the average beauty supply store hair. It is
nothing of the same and is not in the same league. There are two types
of Indian Hair: VIRGIN INDIAN (UNPROCESSED)& INDIAN REMY
(PROCESSED). VIRGIN INDIAN (UNPROCESSED)-Meaning the hair is in
it's natural state with no chemicals to it. It is cut then sewn directly to
Hopefully with this brief summary, I can help you understand the black.
Virgin hair means, hair that has not been processed in any way; hence,
it is usually taken from girls who have never processed their hair. This
hair is 100% natural, so there is no damage to the cuticles. No other
processing is done. INDIAN REMY (PROCESSED is processed by adding
color, perms, and different textures. Keep in mind, there is still a distinct
difference from the hair that you get in your local beauty store. 1. It is
Indian Hair - not Asian hair found at the store. 2. After processing, it still
holds its quality. 3. It is also reusable, because of its quality. Now that I
have explained the types, I will now educate you on the different cuts. It
is broken down into two types of cuts: Double Drawn and Single Drawn.
DOUBLE DRAWN -means hair is cut directly from the root and mid back
so that each hair is the same length for a more thicker fuller look. This
process allows almost all the hairs to be the same length, which is rare in
most human hair. It is also a little heavier than single drawn. SINGLE
DRAWN -means the hair is cut usually starting at mid back across the
top only, leaving the bottom (ends) in its natural state. In this case, you
will find shorter lengths throughout the hair because it is the hair at the
end of the womans hair; however,it is great quality hair which appears
QUALITY Indian hair is a very unique texture and blends very well with
any culture. It is very versatile. You can create so many different looks
with the same hair when reusing. You can wear it in its natural state by
allowing to air dry -Examples. a wavy look with the natural straight texture
or a curly look with the natural curly texture. Both textures can be flat
ironed bone straight or set with rollers or rods. Then, you can also
purchase it with one solid color or order it in its natural state and apply
color anywhere you wish. Well, we absolutely love it at Shear Essence
and we purchase from the best vendor in the country. Our uniquely sewn
wefts and hair quality allows it to be used over and over again. It has
been known to be used for as long as 2 years with some of our
customers. You are investing up front, to only save in the future. Try the
best today! Because the hair does not shed and it does not tangle, IT IS
REUSABLE UP TO 1 YEAR OR MORE!
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