SHAMPOOING & CONDITIONING
HAIR CARE TIPS
Virgin Hair is the highest quality of hair available grade AAAAAA it has not been chemically processed or altered , therefore the hair is in its purest natural form. All the cuticles are intact , they have not been stripped like lower grades of hair, and are also tangle free, which allow virgin hair to be easily styled and cared for . If virgin hair is not properly treated , it can be damaged and lose its natural beauty & shine. Specific procedures must be followed when taking care of the hair, whether you are Shampooing or Conditioning , you must follow the proper steps or you will damage your hair. Following these steps your Virgin Hair will maintain its luster and Natural Beauty for months to come.
BRUSHING YOUR HAIR
ENVEEbeauty recommends you brush your hair to keep away knots and tangles. To brush your hair use a brush designed for weft hair (weave) extensions or a wide tooth comb. Always brush and comb from the bottom an work your way up the hair shaft , once the hair is detangled braid the hair in two braids to prevent the hair from knotting up again. Following this simple technique will keep your hair free of tangle.
Pay close attention to what you put on your hair (weft) . Using the wrong hair products can cause a lot of damage faster than you think. Its recommended you use products that are alcohol free and contain no other harmful components like “ Sulfates and Acids “ you can shampoo and condition your hair with a high quality product , preferably organic. Gently massage the shampoo or conditioner into the hair while taking a shower- always stroke the hair in a down wards motion to prevent tangle. Note DO NOT use hot water always use lukewarm water to rinse your hair. It is recommended to shampoo and condition your hair once a week. Use products made for specifically for your type of hair.
PROPERLY DRYING YOUR HAIR
After your done Shampooing and Conditioning your hair, you can use a towel to gently dry it or let your hair air dry. ENVEEbeauty does not recommend blow drying your hair because it can cause damage to your hair. But if you must blow dry make sure you use low heat . You can also use a leave in conditioner while your hair is still damp, it adds extra moister to keep the hair healthy . Use a leave in conditioner every time you shampoo your hair.
STYLING YOUR HAIR
When your hair is dry, you can style however you like . Please refrain from using hair spray, gel, or mousse because they will cause harm to your hair and create split ends. Using organic products is recommended as they contain no harmful ingredients that can damage the hair.
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN VIRGIN REMY HAIR & REMY HAIR
Remy or Remy is not a brand name. The term refers to the characteristics in the collection of the hair. Everything Wigs selects premium quality un-damaged, healthy hair. The hair is shinier, softer, more durable and has a longer life than non-Remy hair. Non-virgin Remy has been chemically processed, typically for texture or color.
VIRGIN REMY HAIR
The best type of Remy hair is virgin, also called “cuticle” hair. When hair is harvested from a donor, the cuticle remains intact. The cuticle protects the hair from damage. Virgin Remy is not chemically processed for color or texture. This means the hair has not been permed, dyed, colored, bleached or chemically processed in any way. Virgin Remy is very soft and 100% natural. The color of virgin hair is called natural because it is not processed for color. The natural hair color for virgin Indian, Asian, Brazilian, Mongolian and Malaysian virgin hair ranges from very dark to medium brown in color.
The texture of virgin hair is generally straight, wavy or curly in texture. However any hair that has been chemically processed for texture, for example Yaki, body wave or curls is no longer virgin. Sometimes, virgin hair texture may be altered to make curls and waves using a high pressure and heat method. The hair is still considered as virgin because no chemical processing is used. If Remy hair has been altered in color, it is chemically processed and no longer considered virgin.
Virgin Remy hair last longer and is much less likely to tangle than non virgin Remy hair In a nutshell, all virgin hair is Remy but not all Remy hair is virgin.