HOW TO SPOT THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HIGH QUALITY HUMAN HAIR AND LOW QUALITY HUMAN HAIR

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You need two different hairs to know the low and high quality human hair, so I’m working with two different hairs from different companies, so today I will be showing you what I do to ensure I get the value for my money. so if you’re interested keep reading.
N/B~We have Raw virgin hair and processed virgin hair which usually comes in natural straight,curly and weavy. As we all know raw hair is cutted from different people which is typically Indian hair , most of them doesn’t have a uniform pattern because they get and mix them up. Therefore those hairs are not going to be the same, some my be curly than the other.
-Processed virgin hair ~is hair that have been processed or steamed to achieve a certain pattern. If you can’t afford raw virgin hair then go for processed hair.
HOW TO KNOW HIGH AND POOR QUALITY HUMAN HAIR ee
BUNDLE SIZE
We all love to get thicker bundles, I know! But the bundle size is not how to spot real and fake human hair, normally hair should weigh 100g the size should not be an indication, hair from 18” and above is small and from 10” up to 14” is generally bigger.
N/B~Red light: Lets say you bought 24” human hair and the bundles looks bigger like 10” or 12” bundles, something is not right.
RUN YOUR HANDS OR FINGERS 
Whenever you received your beautiful hair run your hands on them and if you see any hair or residues coming out from them, it indicates that the hair is  no longer in it raw texture. The truth is the hair will look different after 2-3 washes so don’t be fooled!
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LENGHT
I have 24” hair -The hair should be straight and almost the same length from the root, especially with the longer hair from 18” and above ( the longer the length,the thinner) but then it should end or breaks closer to the end not at the top.
•Poor human hair: Breaks closer to the root when you bend them, you will clearly see it  flying out. Reason being that, factories fills the hair to the bundles to make it appear fuller and most times they add different type of hair which obviously affects the hair quality.
THE SHINE 
High quality human have natural shine, it offers most natural look and feel. It remarkably soft with a shine and movement that’s not easily duplicated while poor quality human hair is shiny.
CHEMICAL  from companies you’re sure of their hair quality.
*High quality human hair gets better as you use and wash them- just like most quality things out there, the more you use them , the better.
Poor quality hair they more you wash them, they more they die off. It tangles more, you struggle with it more.
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 HIGH QUALITY HAIR PROS
-The pros and Cons of High quality human hair
-Looks like your hair
-High quality hair have natural shine
-last longer
-You can color it, flat iron, blow dry and curl it
CONS
-Is Expensive
-Not Easy to get
-It could look bad without maintenance
POOR QUALITY HAIR PROS
-Is shiny and beautiful because is processed
-It can look like virgin hair, if properly styled
-Easy to maintain
-Poorly sourced
-Easy to get
CONS
-It doesn’t last that long
– Is very shiny
-The weave patterns disappears after few washes.
just hope you find this helpful and let me know what you think on the comment section below.
Thanks.
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10 comments on “HOW TO SPOT THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HIGH QUALITY HUMAN HAIR AND LOW QUALITY HUMAN HAIR”

  1. That’s interesting – years ago my father wanted me to donate my hair to him for a toupee … nope, didn’t do it. So he got a toupee … it looked like it too. My mom refused to go out with him as she said it looked like a little dog on his head. 🙂

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