The Term Virgin hair refers to human hair that is still in its original state, that is before it was chopped off, donated or sold. The hair is so pure that it’s never been permed, coloured, bleached or chemically processed in any way, that means the donors have never in their lifetime gone to a salon to get their hair curled or colored.
It is 100% natural, so there is no damage to the cuticles. The cuticle is responsible for much of the mechanical strength of the hair fiber. A healthy cuticle is more than just a protective layer, as the cuticle also represents the structure that controls the water content of the fiber.Virgin hair has no split ends or any faults, it does not have a dull appearance caused by dryness and this because the cuticles have not been altered. In the hair industry, the only way to obtain the very best hair is by using the services of hair collectors who collects hair that have been cut directly from the donor or person. This hair is called virgin cuticle hair, or just cuticle hair. Virgin hair can be of any ethnic origin, the best quality extensions used today are Indian hair, Brazilian, Malaysian, Chinese, Peruvian, Russian etc....
It is most often used to construct the highest quality lace front wigs, Closure Pieces, and weave or hair extensions.
Virgin hair is the most sought out human hair extension in the world today. It is even is worn by celebrities like Beyonce, Tyra Banks, Victoria Beckham, Jessica Simpson, Ciara, Kelly Rowland etc.... Most celebrities prefer Virgin hair mainly because of its natural look and bounce, softness, versatility and durability.
If you have never used virgin human hair extensions, you should give it a try trust me you will never go back to buying "human hair" from the shop which only last 3 to 4 weeks. With virgin human hair you don't have to buy new extensions every month, you can reuse it a year or two as long as you take proper care of it.
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