Non-Remy Hair

Non-Remy hair (sometimes labeled “Remy” but TRULY IS NOT) is hair that is collected from the floor of temples, salons and random suppliers. With this type of collection method, cuticle directions become mixed, causing inevitable shedding, tangling and matting problems.

To mask the problems that will arise with non-remy hair, hair suppliers will use harsh chemicals to strip the cuticles completely and then apply a large amount of silicone coating to make the hair appear soft and silky.

After few washes the silicone coating wears off and the hair feels very brittle and starts matting, tangling and cannot be reused.

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