"Virgin Remy Hair", "Indian Remi Hair", REMY HAIR EXTENSIONS... WHAT IS IT REALLY?!
Remy hair weave refers to a level of quality. The hair industry use this phrase to depict the quality of their hair. But in recent years this phrase has been used - and misused - so frequently that customers don't know what remy hair really is.
Some may think "remy" refers to a brand of hair, others may think it means the hair has been processed to achieve a so-called "remy" level of quality...the list goes on.
When Sundara Extensions uses the term Virgin Remy Hair we mean that our hair has been prepared with the cuticles aligned, pointing downward just as in natural hair growth. This prevents cuticles from rubbing together and causing tangles and cuticle damage.
Sellers often call their hair "tangle-free" for this exact reason. But in order for Indian remy weave to truly be "tangle-free" more than cuticle alignment is necessary. In fact, to ensure tangle free Indian remy hair without the use of chemicals and additives is QUITE a delicate and meticulous process.
The secret to Sundara’s high quality Indian remy weave is in our preparation and sourcing . All virgin Indian remy hair is not the same. Many companies do not have the means to provide healthy, untreated, tangle free, shed free virgin remy hair without adding chemicals. Sourcing only from select South Indian temples and selecting only bundles from young women is just the start. The dedication required to produce a finished bundle is quite a feat. Every strand of hair must meet Sundara's standards of resilience, moisture retention, and elasticity. Each bundle is then refined by hand, keeping only the best of each bundle. The refined bundles are then triple washed and conditioned using 100% organic ingredients. Just before shipment each bundle is freshly washed and conditioned again to ensure longevity and superiority. That's the Sundara Difference!
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