Virgin Indian Hair FAQs

What is Virgin Indian Hair?
Virgin Indian Hair is hair that is completely unprocessed or colored. It is 100% natural Indian hair.  Indian hair is lustrous and thick, and more durable than other hair. Its texture and natural color works well for hair weaving applications. Virgin Indian hair is natural. It looks natural and behaves like your own natural hair. That is why it blends beautifully with your own hair.

Remy hair - Remy hair is gathered from the head of donors/producers in such a way as to keep the hair’s cuticles properly aligned; the roots of the hair are on one side and the tip of the hair on the opposite side. This helps the hair strands stay aligned in the natural direction as it grew.

What is Wefted Hair?
Wefted hair is hair used for weaving. Hair “weft” pieces are made by sewing hair together on the root side of the hair and keeping it freely hanging on the tip side, making it look like a hair curtain. Our hair wefts are machine made using a specialized sewing machines (Machine Weft). Machine wefts are a bit thicker, but since its stitches are highly reinforced, the weft can be cut at any place without unraveling. These are the most desired by hair stylists.

What is the width of a weft?
Since, wefts are sold by weight, how wide a weft is depends on the actual length of the hair – the longer the hair, the shorter the width of the weft. Therefore, in order to cover a larger area of your head you should probably purchase 2 or 3 bundles of hair.

How long does the hair last? 
Our hair will last up to a year but can last much longer with proper treatment and care. Constant heat-styling, coloring and improper care will significantly shorten the life span of the hair.

Does the hair shed and get tangled? 
We specialize in the highest quality non-shedding tangle free virgin Indian hair.

Will Indian hair match the texture of African American hair? 
Yes, however, Virgin Human Hair blends perfectly well with any hair texture.

Can I color this hair? 
Yes, this is 100% virgin human hair which is not processed in any way, but we highly recommend that you consult with a professional hair stylist about coloring or processing your hair.

What type of hair care products should I use? 
Treat this hair like your own hair. Use good quality shampoo and conditioning products. Conditioning your hair is very important to keep it soft and manageable. We recommend using a deep conditioner on your Indian hair twice a month, but avoid using oil or heaving styling products.