Everything You Need to Know About Remy Hair

Remy Hair

What Is Remy Hair?

How is Remy hair made?

How To Care For Your Remy Human Hair

Remy Hair Extension Frequently Asked Qestions

What Is Non-Remy Hair

Non-Remy hair is as common as other hair brands but has the tips and cuticles mixed up such that all the hairs do not point in the same direction. The removal process of Non-Remy hair is quite different from others. It includes shaving the cuticles off from their donors or sometimes the end of the hair. The advantage of this option is that it eliminates the problem of hair strand friction. The less friction you have, the more tangle-free your hair will be. Non-Remy hair, unlike other Remy hair brands, has been chemically processed.

Is Remy Hair Good Quality?

When it comes to quality, Remy hair is the best and most affordable. Reason being that the hair’s cuticles are kept intact and face the same direction no matter what. When every hair extension flows in the same direction, you are less likely to experience matting or tangles. You can also blend the weave to your natural roots. A lot of people who purchase Remy hair say that it can last up to 2 years.

How Is Remy Hair Different From Brazilian Hair?

The major difference between Brazilian and Remy hair is that Brazilian hair is thicker and coarse than Remy hair. Having a very large density, it also comes in a variety of colors and lengths. Unlike Remy hair, Brazilian hair has a silkier and shinier texture as it is chemically processed. Remy hairs usually come in a more natural black color. It is not processed or dyed beforehand.

How is Remy Hair Different From Virgin Hair?

You might have heard these two terms used similarly with each other, but they are completely different. Although you can use one term to represent the other, you won’t be doing it justice. Both Remy and Virgin hair have one common feature: they are 100% human hair. Virgin hair isn’t processed by any harsh chemical such as perms or color dye, plus this hair is derived from one donor. The major difference between both hairs is that the donor of Remy hair most likely bleached, dyed, or treat their tresses, while that of the Virgin hair didn’t apply any chemical and will come as it is without having to be rearranged.

Can Remy Hair Be Curled?

You might be wondering if you can curl Remy hair. Yes, you can curl Remy hair! Just as you would do with your natural hair, you can also heat style your Remy hair extensions. Remy hair can handle a flat iron, a heat blow dryer, and any other styling tool. Keep in mind that your hair extensions can damage just like your own tresses, so ensure that you always spray a heat protectant over the curls before introducing a hot curling iron to the hair.

Can Remy Hair Be Bleached?

Yes, it can! Surprised? Well before bleaching your Remy hair, you may need to consider a few precautions: Firstly, bleaching your Remy hair will require several trials, the reason being that the hair is authentic and will dye just as your natural curls would. Secondly, bleaching Remy hair may cause damage and reduce the life span of the weave. Before dying your hair, always do a strand test first or visit a salon to get expert feedback on bleaching and treating your Remy hair.

Where Does Remy Human Hair Come From?

A great amount of the human hairs we buy or sell comes from India or China. Many religious groups perform ritual sacrifices to their temple by shaving their heads. Others are willing to have their hair shaved for a little additional cash. In any case, it goes through a thorough cleaning and detangling procedure before being packaged and sold in stores. Before selling it to consumers, the manufacturer ensures that it is in the finest possible condition.


  1. Hello Emmanuel Ekokotu, Thank you for wrinting for wonder full article about remy hair. I my Mithun Kewat i am hair extensions and wigs trader in India. My customer to my place for by hair product, and ask lot of question about human hair and remy hair and non-remy hair. But can’t able to answer them because of lack of knowledge. After reading your article post now its to me to explain what is remy hair?
    I a have request could you please write one post for me What is non-remy?
    Thank you. And Thanks for nice post.

    1. Hi Mithun

      I’m glad you enjoyed the post. Make sure to check back soon, I’ll write a post about Non-Remy hair, specially for you. And don’t forget to share this post on your social media so other people can see it and read.

      Thanks once again.

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