Erin’s “Hair-Raising” Experience
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Hair is something all females can relate to each other about, regardless of our differences. When talking about hair extensions–for all races–the possibilities are endless.
Virgin hair is really popular in this point in time. Different virgin hair types would be Brazilian, Peruvian, Malaysian, Indian, and Remy virgin. All of these types of hair come in different textures such as body wave, curly, straight, and natural wave.
Virgin hair is very versatile, and it lasts for a very long time. The down side of virgin hair is that it can become very expensive. Prices can vary from $80-$200 per bundle. There are many ways that you can style your hair with virgin hair, from having a side part to a middle part–or, having a weave or just getting clip-ins.
I feel personally that it’s not what kind if hair you have; you just need to protect and keep up with it. Virgin hair will, over time, shrink, if you flat iron it and curl it all the time with no type of any hair protector. Not only that, but you need to know where your hair is coming from. Many companies say their hair is virgin, but it ends up not at all what you asked for.
I previously got my hair from a certain place (which will remain nameless, but let me know and I’ll tell you!) and I have to say that was the worst hair in the world. When you curled it, it fried up. It was a BIG waste of my money. But, just recently, I bought hair from a company called Rapunzel Me Hair and it’s the best around! No tangling, and not really any shedding.
All in all, it seems like word of mouth and friend recommendations are probably the best way to go when figuring out where to buy a good product.
Got any hair experiences of your own? Contact the author, Erin, on Twitter @ahsblueandgold. Pictures of good hair experiences–and BAD ones–are welcome!