Virgin Hair vs Remy Hair – Is there a difference?

Lot’s of people ask about virgin hair and remy hair, so we thought we could give this breakdown.Remy Hair is not always virgin hair, in fact it rarely means that. Although the two terms are used interchangeably, they have completely different meanings.  However, despite what other human hair sites may tell you, virgin and remy hair are not mutually exclusive: remy hair can be virgin hair and virgin hair can be remy hair.

Its also important to know that not all virgin hair is remy hair…confused?  Don’t be. We are about to make it clear as day.
Virgin hair is completely unprocessed. To qualify as virgin hair, it must meet rigorous standards including:
  • never permed,
  • never dyed,
  • never colored,
  • never bleached,
  • never chemically processed in any way.

This also means it comes from a single person.

Now lets talk about Remy hair.  With Remy hair all the cuticles are intact, running in the same direction.   When all hair strands follow the same direction you can rest assured you are getting ahigh quality bundle of remy hair which be free of tangling.  You will also get that natural look because the hair is going the direction it is supposed to (unlike other bundles or weaves).  Finally, remy hairtends to last longer because the cuticle is still intact, unlike non-remy weaves where the hair has been cut and can be in different directions.  When the hair is not in the right direction, brushing causes more friction and the hair doesn’t last as long as a result.
So you can buy our virgin (untreated) hair, our remy (cuticle intact and facing the same way) hair or our virgin remy hair for the ultimate deal on never-treated hair bundles with the cuticle intact and all strands facing the same direction.   Queen Virgin Remy Hair gives you the best of both worlds in virgin and remy hair so you can have that natural look with every bundle you buy from us.

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