What is the difference between processed and unprocessed human hair?
“Processed hair” has undergone one or more chemical processes in an attempt to change its outward appearance. Most processed hair used in the manufacturing of hairpieces is of Indian, Indonesian or Chinese origin, because of its availability and affordable cost. This hair is naturally black, coarse and straight and must be chemically processed in order to make it look like natural, unprocessed hair. Chemical processing typically involves lifting of color (bleach), depositing of new color (dye), permanent curling (perm), and finally, stripping the hair of its outside cuticle layer (decuticulized). “Unprocessed Hair” (European-quality) is the finest quality hair available because it requires no chemical processing. This hair is gathered in ponytails which are blended and matched according to color, length, texture and curl pattern. It takes up to 12 unprocessed ponytails to manufacture one hairpiece! Because of its quality, unprocessed hair is the most expensive. It also has a much longe
While braids may be among the most dreaded braids, they’re also some of the most beautiful. If you want thick, beautiful hair that stands on end and stands out from your other hair, you must learn how to style braids properly to achieve this look year after year. Braids can be created in countless different ways and can be made with many other materials. Many Youtube tutorials could help you learn how to braid your hair and change your look. It is tough to do this yourself because your neck, back, and hands could get hurt.