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Raw Hair Vs. Virgin Hair What Is The Scoop?

If you are a newbie to the hair extensions world you might tend to find yourself confused about raw vs virgin. Truth is, becoming well versed on what to expect from your purchase will leave you stress-free!




In this article, sit back, relax, and let US break down the RAW facts. Yes, we'll be answering frequently asked questions (FAQ) about these popular hair extension types RAW & UNCUT.


WHAT ARE VIRGIN HAIR EXTENSIONS?




Virgin hair is chemically processed hair extensions to achieve desired hair textures usually sourced from multiple donors. In actuality, most "Virgin Hair" sold today has some "Remy Hair" characteristics. If you do any hair shopping online, you've probably seen the term remy hair, but what does it actually mean? True Remy Hair is the best of the best. It refers to the quality and the grade of the hair. Virgin Hair is safe to wash, dye, cut, and style like natural hair. 100% Virgin Hair can also withstand heat up to 500 degrees (KC 100% HAIR) and can last over 1 year.




NOTE: At KENDRAS COLLECTIONS our virgin hair is only steamed processed to maintain the integrity of hair and cuticles. Our Luxurious Hair has not been chemically processed in any way.




WHAT ARE RAW HAIR EXTENSIONS?




Raw hair is true virgin human hair in this world of Human Hair Extensions. This type of hair is chemically unprocessed and is usually sourced from one donor. Hence this, "True" Virgin Hair is defined as "Raw". In the end, "Raw Hair Extensions" wins the cake and is the #1 top rated hair in the market.




WHAT ARE HAIR GRADES?




Maybe you've came across different qualities of hair that had different shines or "silkiness". The grading system is 1A-10A in today's hair extensions market. Grade levels are used to determine the integrity of the cuticles. At KC, our Luxurious Hair is of grade level 10A.




BET YOU DID NOT KNOW THIS...


Textures such as Brazilian, Peruvian, Malaysian, Vietnamese are the most popular Virgin Hair Extensions. Essentially, these are "made up" names to encourage buyers to purchase the hair. And let's just say it adds just an extra spice to the name.




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