Not all beauty supply quality hair is bad and not all virgin, raw virgin or however you wish to describe it is good! Right?
Right….if you’ve had the best or worse of both worlds, beauty supply quality hair and virgin hair, you can definitely relate. When virgin Indian hair first it the market, that was the BEST hair ever!!! Expensive, but the best.
When virgin hair first hit the market and I purchased my first two bundles of virgin Indian hair, no chemicals, no steamed pressed, fresh from the donor to the weft, I was skeptical because of price, but after discovering its quality, the price didn’t seem so expensive anymore. That hair last me a year and maybe would’ve lasted longer had I not decided to cut it!!! (big mistake) This was at least five years ago now.
Fast forward to now, with the “virgin” hair market being so tainted and saturated, you don’t know what you are getting. Is it virgin hair or remy hair? Is it Indian or Magnolia? Is it 1A grade of 15A? Is it steamed processed curls or raw natural curls? As a consumer, it’s like what in the hell right? IJS.
As a consumer all you want is to get what you pay for and if you feel that your virgin hair only adds up to beauty supply quality hair you just may as well purchase hair from the regular ole beaut supply store…???
Here are a few brands that won’t have longevity but will curl and last a few shampoos:
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