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Remy vs Remi

Posted by Dana Perez on August 24, 2011 at 3:25 PM

I’ve done the research! Remy(i) is a process that is done to virgin Indian hair. “Remi” is simply the Asian hair manufactures label for this type of hair and “Remy” is the Indian label for the same process. Once the hair is put into a ponytail and cut from its donor, the hair cuticle must be kept in the same direction to lessen tangles and to maintain the texture. Once the hair is put onto a weft, the hair is then processed for colors, straightening or curling.

100% Human hair/Remy(i) hair purchased in stores - 90% of all human hair including Remy(i) are of low quality, wiry and stiff hair, often mixed with animal or synthetic filler hair. The hair is chemically process to add texture and color. Hair sold at beauty supply stores last only for one service max two shampoos and need to be disposed of afterwards.

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