Are full lace Indian Remy wigs easier to manage?
(and other Indian Remy Hair Questions)

"Are full lace Indian Remy wigs easier to manage?"

The question about whether "full lace Indian Remy wigs are easier to manage?" is not uncommon. Our light-hearted answer was "They're easier to manage than a Great Dane but more difficult to manage than a glass of water..." Teehee.

Our serious answer is that there is no difference in the manageability of Remy hair from different countries. So whether you buy Mongolian Remy, Russian Remy Brazilian Remy, Chinese Remy or any other kind of Remy hair, they are all treated in the same way when used in full lace wigs, lace front wigs and lace frontals (as well as hair extensions like hair weaves and clip-on extensions).

With Remy hair, all the cuticles (if they're intact, which they should be) are facing the same direct so the hair shouldn't tangle easily - but remember; there is no such thing as tangle free hair - if there were, there wouldn't be all those special detangling brushes for growth hair.

The manageability of full lace Indian Remy wigs is down to the texture of the hair (curly textures naturally tangle more easily than straight ones) and how you treat the hair in terms of styling and washing.

"Is Indian Remy hair the best type of hair for full lace wigs?"

The short answer is that the best type of hair for all wigs (including full lace wigs, lace front wigs, lace frontal and hairpieces) and hair extensions is Remy hair.

Now before all the "raw" and "virgin" hair advocates jump in, it's important to remember that the main difference between Remy and raw hair is that Remy hair may have been treated chemically.

Hmmm... What does "treated chemically" mean? It means that the hair has been subject to a chemical process such as dyeing or texturizing (straight perms, curly perms) and includes the nine basic lace wig hair textures and every other kind of texture applied to the hair on lace wigs.

All hair, Remy, non-Remy and untreated Remy (also called "raw" and "virgin") is cleaned prior to being sold - which means they have also been exposed to cleaning agents in that process.

"Can you buy Indian Remy lace front wigs, or is Indian Remy hair only used for full lace wigs?"  

Indian Remy hair is used in full lace wigs, lace front wigs, lace frontals, hairpieces, hair extensions and ordinary wigs.

"Is Indian Remy hair more expensive than any other kind of Remy hair?"

Indian Remy hair is usually the most affordable type of Remy hair as it is the most abundant type of human hair available in the human hair market. The more expensive types of Remy hair tend to be those where the supply is quite limited in comparison to the demand such as European blonde Remy hair.

"What textures are used for Indian Remy hair wigs?"

Indian Remy hair is quite versatile and although a significant amount of it has a naturally wavy texture, there are also other naturally occurring textures found in Indian hair.

Indian Remy hair can be made into any hair texture from silky straight to afro curls.

"Is all Indian hair Remy?"

Remy isn't about the country or origin, but rather how the hair has been cut from the donor, handled, stored and used. Due to this, you can find retailers that specifically sell non-Remy hair from India, as well as those that only sell Remy hair from India.

If you have a question or comment about lace wigs, hair extensions or hairpieces, then drop us a line.

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