Now that it’s cooler out you may want to protect your hair from the cold dry wind or just protect your head from the cold, either way a sew in can be a great way to go.
This is part 1 of the sew-in series, a 3 part series explaining the hair you should buy, who should do your sew in and the pros and cons of having one.
Picking the hair can be a daunting challenge. There is so much out there. Human, yaki, wet n’ wavy, remy, virgin , ect…
The differences :
Virgin – hair that has been taken from one doner, is cuticle correct and has never been processed in any way. It can last a year with proper care. This hair can cost upward of 200 dollars.
Non remy human hairs- this hair isn’t cuticle correct which cause massive tangling and matting. It has been stripped of its cuticle, dyed and dipped in a silicone solution. It’s collection from barber shops and salons. It usually contains animal hairs and synthetic fibers as well. this hair is 20 dollars a bag.
When buying hair do research, cheaper is never better and you get what you pay for. I recommend virgin hair. But never buy BEAUTY SUPPLY VIRGIN REMY ITS A FAKE AND IS MIXED WITH FILLER. BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR FAKE HAIR.FIND A TRUSTED VENDOR.