Aspects to Consider when Buying Hair Extension
It is normal for most hair vendors to claim that they are selling the best type of hair in the market. It would be wise for one to consider going for hair that one fully understands of its quality. Most of the vendors are on a marketing mission with the intention of making sure that the buyers attach value to the product they want to invest in. It tends to be normal with some hair sellers to always have new hair in the market with the intention of ensuring that customers keep buying.
One would also need to note that differentiating between grade 9A and 6A may be very hard. In the same line, there tends to be a difference between Remy hair extensions and non-Remy hair extensions. One would need to note that Remy hair tends to come with all the cuticles still intact and the cuticles facing the same direction specifically designed to make sure that there is no tangling.
Having a single donor may only be a claim by any hair company. In most cases, one would have to pay more for double drawn hair quality bearing in mind that the material used to make it tends to cost more and also tends to involve more labor as one removes shorter hair and replaces it with full length hair. Double drawn in the US means hair of the same length all the way to the tips while Asia tends to consider any hair with about 70% of full hair as double drawn.
It would be wise for one to make sure that he or she understands the difference between human hair and synthetic hair. It would be critical for one to note that human hair is generally more expensive. In most cases, most of the manufacturers tend to use the synthetic hair on the human hair to make it fuller and at the same time cut on cost.
Weight also tends to be an aspect one would need to evaluate. The standard weight for a bundle tends to be about 100 gr. Any time you find a bundle being sold at a cheaper price in the market, there is need to check for the weight. One would need up to three bundles to fully cover the head with standard weight hair. One would also need to note that the hair quality tends to affect the bleaching process. It tends to be easy to bleach the human hair but not as easy when it comes to bleaching of the synthetic hair. You may however need to remember that there are some synthetic hair that tends to be light in color mainly done right when the hair is getting manufactured.