Now that the market claims that the hair is human, how can you tell if it is truly human hair? Human hair is available in a variety of textures and colors. What is the best way to purchase my favorite wig? Following that, I'd like to discuss the raw materials used to make wigs. It can be classified into three types of raw materials: human hair, chemical fiber, and animal hair.
1. Hair products made of human hair
In terms of origin, human hair can be divided into Chinese hair, Indian hair, Brazilian hair, Burmese hair, Mongolian hair, Vietnamese hair, European hair, and so on. Of these, India's raw material human hair accounts for the largest proportion and is the cheapest, while Russian human hair is the most closely aligned with European and American market requirements for hair quality while being relatively expensive.
Chinese hair is currently the most widely used raw material in the wig industry. China has a large population, and its hair is hard and thick in contrast to this. After being treated with acid, it can be bleached and dyed, and it can be shaped after being decorated.
Indian hair is softer than most other types of hair. It's not as straight as Chinese hair, for example. It has a few small Wavy Curls to it. After chemical treatment, it is easily broken, and its plasticity is not very strong.
European hair: The color of European hair is similar to the color of hair sold in the local consumer market. It is currently the most expensive raw material available. European hair is soft and does not respond well to bleaching, dyeing, or post-treatment, which makes it a popular choice for hair reception.
Remy human hair and non-Remy human hair are the two types of human hair available. Straight hair is a term that refers to braided hair that has been cut from a person's head. The hair scales are oriented in the same direction as the scales of the fish, just as the scales of the fish are oriented in the same direction. Furthermore, the blister hair scale is disorganized. Because human hair is a more expensive raw material than synthetic hair, are among the most expensive types of wigs. SHUNFA is particularly pricey.
As far as wig quality is concerned, we pay close attention to the raw materials used, followed by the range of hair lengths available. For the sake of simplicity, consider the following: if a hair curtain is drawn from top to bottom, thick at the top and thin at the bottom, its range is limited. As a result, different ranges correspond to different grades and prices. Furthermore, the smoothness and feel of the hair play a role.
Human hair is divided into the following categories:
According to the processing technology and raw material source, human hair products can be divided into three categories: braided hair, normal hair, and foam hair.
Primary cutting, also referred to as primary braided hair, primary cut hair, virgin hair, and scaly hair, is the most expensive type of hair material available on the market. The scales of the hair are retained, and the tail is not reversed.
Remy's hair roots and roots are not oriented in an upside-down fashion.
When you comb your hair, the hair with roots will fall out. The sequence of roots and ends is erratic. It cannot be used until it has been treated with acid. The hair is generally of good quality, but its service life is short.
The distribution of long hair in the handle is referred to as the file distribution.
Blister hair and regular hair are two types of hair.
The raw materials for human hair products are primarily divided into two categories: braided hair and foamed hair. Because braided hair is so expensive, most human hair products are now made primarily of foamed hair. With the advancement of modern technology, there is no discernible difference between the two types of hair in terms of appearance; however, the handle is significantly different.
There is no scale in the blister as a result of the excessive acid treatment. Despite the fact that it appears to be smooth, it significantly reduces the amount of time spent using it. The scale is a protective layer of the hair that serves as a barrier. The over acid process has the potential to remove 80% or even 100% of the scales, but if the root is inverted, this can be avoided to a significant degree.