In today’s wig market, you are no stranger to hearing the names “Remy hair” and “non-Remy hair”. However, sometimes they are misapplied, causing many people to misunderstand them. Remy and Non-Remy hair both have one thing in common: it is made entirely from real human hair but Remy hair is collected from a specific source, the epidermis is in good shape and arranged in the same direction, and non-Remy hair is collected from many people and then collected in piles, The epidermis of hair is uneven and easily tangled. To have a specific view and better understand these two hair types, let’s learn more about Vina Human Hair!
What is Remy hair?
Remy is a type of human hair in its original state without any chemical or mechanical processing. This is a term for the characteristic of hair, the direction of the hair cuticle. Remy hair is collected from a certain specific source and in a way that preserves the natural texture pattern, contains features including one-sided epidermal orientation, and all hair follicles pointing in the same direction. This prevents tangled problems that are common in non-Remy hair or other low-quality hair.
What is non-Remy hair?
For non-Remy hair, the one thing that can be most easily noticed is its price. Non-Remy hair is much cheaper than other hair types because it is collected from many different sources. This way of collecting causes the directions of the epidermis to become messy, running in both directions leads to peeling, tangled fibers and reduces friction between the hairs. Hair manufacturers will use silicone to make the hair look shiny to reduce tangles, but as soon as you wash, the silicone layer will flow out and the hair will quickly become tangled.
Differences between Remy and non-Remy hair
It is a clear fact that non-Remy hair is much cheaper than Remy hair because Remy hair is collected from many different sources such as hair salons or retail hair sellers. You can also find a lot of hair packs from China that are marketed at very cheap prices. They use plastic and paper to wrap their hair and pack it like a toy. At hair markets in India or Africa, this type of young hair – Remy is widely sold.
In addition, Remy hair is more expensive partly thanks to the meticulousness and ingenuity in production leading to better hair appearance and quality. Remy hair is also often properly packed and preserved to keep it in place.
How to collect hair
Remy hair, before cutting will be tied in place with a rubber band. Therefore, hair flows naturally in the same direction from the root to the top, from which the cuticle of the hair is not rough and always smooth, easy to style.
As for non-Remy hair, which simply cuts hair out of the head and puts it in a bag, they pay little attention to the arrangement of hair, roots, and ends that do not move in the same direction. Higher acid levels also lead to hair loss of moisture and becoming frizzy.
Epidermis of hair
The epidermis of Remy’s hair is preserved and retains its natural appearance. During collection and storage is carried out carefully to avoid damage to the epidermis. This will help the hair to be extremely silky, not tangled after use. At the same time, it is easy to style and treat the same as your hair, it will be a good choice for your hair.
Non-Remy hair because the epidermis runs in two directions, must be treated before being used to form a finished product. This hair will be soaked in an acid solution to dissolve the epidermis, however, it will cause the hair to be severely damaged, and no longer suitable for heat exposure, coloring, or styling.
Non-Remy hair is already very weak and easily tangled. It can’t be used for styling or coloring often. Even after each shampoo, this type of hair will deteriorate and become seriously damaged even if you take care of and store it carefully. The average lifespan of no-Remy hair can only last 3-6 months.
Remy hair, this type of hair is already very strong, silky, and easy to color and style. If you properly store and care for the average life expectancy of Remy hair can be up to several years.
How to take care of hair
Taking proper care of your hair is a very important step to extending the life of your hair. So let’s try to see if by sharing the hair care steps below of Vina Human Hair, have you done the right thing for your hair.
– Wash your hair normally just like when you wash your natural hair. However, it is necessary to avoid damaging the joints that hold your natural hair and wig.
– It is recommended to use sulfate-free shampoos and moisturizers to make your hair softer and shinier.
– Only wash 1-2 times a month and use shampoo and conditioner specifically for hair.
– Before going to bed, remove the hair from the head to keep the hair sticky for a long time.
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From the above comparisons, it can be seen that Remy hair is smoother, shinier, and stronger than non-Remy hair. However, depending on the nature of the job and the needs of people, they make choices for themselves.
In our opinion, if you can, then prioritize the option of buying Remy hair, because its longer shelf life, will save you a large amount of money and the money you spend on it is completely worth it.
Remy hair will also be a good choice if you want to start a hair business. It will be an appropriate direction for long-term stability and enhance your reputation.
Vina Human Hair is one of the largest hair suppliers in Vietnam. We specialize in providing 100% high-quality Remy hair to you, ensuring to meet your needs with a wide range of hairstyles and hair colors. If you have any questions or need answers, please contact us. We are always ready to serve you.