What Is The Difference Between Remy And Non-Remy Hair - AlloveHair

What Is The Difference Between Remy And Non-Remy Hair

Want to know the difference between remy and non-remy hair extensions? Our handy little article will give you an idea.The major defference between human hair and remy hair is the cuticles.

Remy Hair is human hair that is collected from one source or donor. The cuticles are intact and aligned in one direction

Non-Remy hair is 100% human hair, but in this case, the hair is collected in piles and as a result the cuticles are all misaligned. This hair is easily tangled.

Remy is a term that is often used in the hair extension industry. There’s a common misconception among hair vendors that they are getting the best grade of hair. Non-Remy hair is hair that the cuticles are stripped or run in both directions. This often causes tangling.

Maybe experts in human hair can tell the difference between Remy and Non-Remy hair by touching it. Non-experts probably will not be able to tell the difference by looking at it. Trust me, after 2 to 3 weeks when that hair starts to matte up they will know it’s not Remy.

So, What is the difference between them?

1.Remy hair is generally more expensive.

It is hair that is shaved off the donors head and bundled in such a manner that all the hair is kept in one direction. By doing so, the cuticles of the hair do not get roughed up as much and stay smooth.

2.The method they collect isn’t the same.

Remy hair is in short supply and is therefore quite expensive.

3.Remy's hair would last longer.

because it has the best high quality.

So it is expensive! And it will last a long time if properly maintained.

4.Non-Remy has poor quality than Remy hair bundles.

Non-Remy hair is the leftover hair that in most cases is gathered from the floors of temples and salons then recycled to make a weft.

The hair cuticles are facing various directions, which causes the hair to tangle and matte quite easily.

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