Why You Should Know Where Your Hair Comes From

Why You Should Know Where Your Hair Comes From

In this saturated hair market, it is crucial to be aware of where your hair gets sourced from. You should also know under what conditions your hair is sourced. This is why you should trust getting your hair from Shop Hair Basics. We do not Sell Fake Processed Hair: It is not news that the hair market now days is saturated with fake and poor quality hair. Whether it is Brazilian or Peruvian hair, the bottom line is that these so called virgin hair are not so virgin. The categories of hair listed above are usually fallen and left over hair from hair cutter off donor’s heads. This low grade hair gets processed and chemically treated during production to make it appear a certain way. Processed hair is soaked in a highly acidic bath to strip it of its cuticles and remove all of the natural characteristics of the strands. The hair is then coated in silicone to replenish the appearance and boost its shine. Processed hair look beautiful in studios, as metallic dye is often used and the color is more vibrant and the hair feels silky. The disadvantages of this poor quality hair are that it is heavily processed, so its lifespan is not as long as the lifespan of our unprocessed Vietnamese hair extensions. After the first wash or so, the hair can start to tangle. This is because after washing the hair, the silicone starts to wear off and the previous silky hair now feels more like a sponge.

Why Vietnamese Hair

The majority of hair in the hair market has a source of India, China and Vietnam. Vietnamese Hair is famous for the long-term durability and high quality under many conditions of weather. Vietnamese hair comes from healthy donors who are typically young Vietnamese women between the ages of 18-25. This is important to note because hair at this stage is the strongest and most beautiful. Vietnamese women are also known for caring for their hair using natural remedies such as organic natural shampoos and conditioners instead of chemically processed hair products. This is what keeps their hair silky and shinny, which in the long run preserves the longevity of the hair. Vietnamese hair is naturally black. Vietnamese hair has a naturally black color, so there is no need to dye it to obtain that color. It's also important to note that dyed black hair will never look like the natural color. Another great reason to choose Vietnamese hair is that it can be styled into many different curly and wavy styles without being damaged like hair from other countries.

Vietnamese Hair vs. Chinese Hair

The hair quality of Chinese hair may come close in comparison to Vietnamese hair, but hair from Vietnamese donors surpasses the hair quality from Chinese donors. One reason is that women in Vietnam rarely dye their hair and use natural hair products. This is important when customers decide to dye or bleach their hair extensions. Already dyed hair will not take well to new colors and dyes, this is why having pure hair such as Vietnamese hair is important to achieve any desired color without being damaged in the process. The second reason to choose Vietnamese hair over Chinese hair is that Chinese hair is often a mixture of Indian and Cambodian hair. Mixed hair is very weak and can easily be damaged from heat styling tools. This type of mixed Chinese hair cannot also be bleached to the color 613.

Vietnamese Hair vs. Indian Hair

Customers should opt for Vietnamese hair over Indian hair. Hair from India is usually a mixture of Cambodian hair and hair of an unknown origin. Indian hair is always cheaper than Vietnamese hair which is in correlation with quality. There is no doubt that better quality hair will cost more. Indian hair is more popular with low income customers and hair salons because it is the cheapest on the market and the most readily available. This explains why hair salons prefer to invest in Indian hair over Vietnamese and Chinese.

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