What Is The Difference With Raw Hair And Virgin Hair
What's the difference between raw and virgin hair? In this blog, we will discuss the differences between raw and virgin hair. I know when you're reading this, you're probably thinking, wait a minute, aren't they the same? No, there's a difference! If you're going to invest your hard-earned money in hair, it's important to know what you're getting, so let's get started right away!
Let's talk about longevity! Raw hair has a longer life, and with proper care, you can maintain a life span of more than 4 years, compared to 1-2 years for virgin hair. Raw hair comes from one donor, while virgin hair comes from two to five donors. As a result, all the original hair responds to a consistent color customization. As a result, raw hair can be easily colored or lightened by a professional and will retain its original shine and shine for years to come. The beauty of growing hair is that it's not processed, it's not treated, it's not coated with chemicals. Virgin hair is steamed and processed to give it texture. Raw hair is not cooked, processed, or chemically altered in any way, just as human hair grows out of your hair. This is why growing hair requires more love, care and attention.
Each has its pros and cons, and both are investments. If you buy your hair through a salon like ours, you will have high quality primitive human hair. We hope this helps answer any questions you may have about germinal and virgin hair, understand the difference, and choose the hairstyle that works best for you!
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