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Remy Hair

Remy hair extensions are 100% human hair aligned in the same direction with the hair cuticles preserved. This results in natural-looking, tangle-free, and long-lasting extensions. These extensions can be easily styled, toned, and treated like your own hair, making them a popular choice for those seeking premium hair enhancement options. What distinguishes them from other types of hair extensions is the way the hair is collected and processed and dyed. The whole process involves several steps to ensure the highest quality and consistency. Collection:

  1. Hair Sourcing: the hair collected from many donors around the world and can have different textures: straight, wavy or curly. They blend seamlessly with your own hair.

  2. Ethical Practices: ethical practices are essential in the collection process. Donors are usually compensated fairly for their hair, and the hair is collected voluntarily. It's crucial to ensure that no coercion or exploitation is involved.

  3. Sorting: once the hair is collected, it goes through a sorting process. The goal is to separate the hair based on its texture, length, and quality. This ensures that hair of similar characteristics is grouped together for further processing.

  4. Cuticle Alignment: the term "Remy" refers to the method of collecting and processing the hair. In Remy hair, the cuticles (the outer protective layer of each hair strand) are preserved and aligned in the same direction from root to tip. This alignment helps prevent tangling and matting, and it contributes to the overall quality and longevity of the extensions. Preparation of dyeing:

  1. Cleaning and Washing: the collected hair undergoes a thorough cleaning process to remove dirt, oil, and any impurities. This step ensures that the hair is in the best possible condition for dyeing.

  2. Sanitization: sanitization is essential to eliminate any potential pathogens or contaminants. This step is crucial for maintaining hygiene and safety standards.

Dyeing Process:

  1. Color Selection: the desired hair color is chosen based on market trends and customer preferences. Hair can be dyed in a wide range of shades, from natural colors to vibrant hues.

  2. Dye Preparation: professional hair dye products are used to achieve the desired color. These dyes are formulated to work effectively on human hair without causing damage.

  3. Application: the dye is carefully applied to the hair extensions. This can be done through various methods, including immersion in a dye bath, brushing on the dye, or using specialized equipment.

  4. Processing Time: the hair is allowed to sit with the dye for a specific amount of time, usually following the dye manufacturer's recommendations. This ensures that the color is evenly absorbed by the hair.

  5. Rinsing and Conditioning: after the processing time, the hair is thoroughly rinsed to remove excess dye. Conditioning products are often applied to keep the hair soft and manageable.

  6. Drying: the dyed hair is dried using gentle methods, such as air drying or low-heat blow drying, to avoid damaging the hair. Quality Control

  1. Standards: throughout the steps of the whole process, quality control measures are in place to check for color consistency, texture, and overall quality. Any hair that doesn't meet the desired standards is typically discarded or reprocessed.

  2. Versatility: you can style Remy hair extensions just like your natural hair. They can be straightened, curled, dyed, and treated with heat or products.

  3. Durability: remy hair extensions tend to have a longer lifespan compared to non-Remy extensions due to their high-quality construction. They generally last between 9 to 18 months depending of aftercare.

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