What’s the difference between Remy hair, Virgin hair, and non-Remy hair?
Remy hair undergoes very little treatment so all its cuticles remain intact.
Virgin hair have been braided and it is cut directly from the head of the donor. This means that all of its cuticles point in the same direction so chemical treatment is only needed on the return hair.
Non-Remy hair is treated to remove all of the cuticles. We do this so that tangling is not a problem in the hair system because non-Remy hair is collected without any regard to the cuticle direction.