What is virgin hair

Virgin hairis 100% real human hair where no chemical process is carried out at the time of collection(no perms, dyes, color, etc.). Virgin hair means that the hair is really pure that it has never been processed or chemically treated, EVER and EVER. This hair usually comes from young women, so there are no grey hairs or split ends. When choosing virgin hair, hair donors must have long, full, healthy hair.

Wigs and hair extensions is a very common fashion accessories, is the majority of women pursuit.There are many types of wigs, and hair extensions are no exception, hair extensions common types are virgin hair, Peruvian hair, Indian hair and malaysian hair, but the woman who buy hair extension, you know in these types of hair also hidden in a big secret? That is virgin virgin hair,the most females surprised hair.

 

Hair remains softer and silkier. Keep in mind that not all remy hair is virgin hair. The harvesting process for virgin hair is moe time consuming and meticulous, which adds to the premium value of virgin hair. Virgin hair can come from any person and any country .

Virgin brazilian hair was supposed to always be unprocessed.This means that the hair you will get is the natural hair coloring and texture from top of the head to bundle.Nowadays, Nowadays, most of the hair extension suppliers want to earn huge profits, hair head of the first donor to collect and then processed, the processed hair becomes more shiny, but the use of hair after a few weeks began to fall off, deformation , Because the hair cuticle caused by inconsistencies.

Virgin hair is one of the two kinds of human hair–virgin hair and colored hair.

Virgin hair is natural unprocessed, without dying or other chemical processing. It can be dyed later on. So it is more and more popular, as more and more women would like their extensions be dyed into the color same as their own natural hair.

Generally, color of virgin hair is dark brown– between #1b and #2. It is called natural color.

Winter hairstyles, Christmas long hair wigs hairstyles, nice wigs

Spring is coming soon, do you change long hair wigs from scratch? Do you want the United States and the United States to welcome a new year for what kind of hairstyle is good? Esitor recommended for you 8 super nice hairstyle, so you in the crowd Ichikunfang, hurry up and see it.

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And the hair will be disrupted in the shoulder will not only increase the fluffy face-lift in the visual, but also to enhance the aura of fashion, with a simple makeup will be able to let the sister paper beauty do not want.
Style 2
 Long hair wigs is the recent hot style, and bangs can not only repair face also highlights the smart eyes of her sister, and fluffy short hair design can not only add personality, but also make head looks more perfect, neat short hair styling you worth having.
Style 3
Oblique bangs with short hair simple and elegant,long hair wigs so that short hair is a straight line fashion index rose, but also enhance the eye absorption index, allowing you to easily attract everyone’s attention.
Style 4
The deduction bangs with messy small volume in the long hair wigsturned Meng sister, the effect of reducing age super good, let you in the eyes of friends and family small age, more dynamic and more youthful.
Style 5
Fluffy short hair let sister look is also awesome, messy curly hair while enhancing the gas field at the same time be able to visually repair face-lift, coupled with the brown hair dye to make modeling more stylish, allows you to stand out in the crowd.
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Side of the long hair hair tail gradient pruning to enhance the personality charm, coupled with brown hair, stylish not to want, with minimalist makeup as well as jewelry on the United States and the United States da.

2018 Real Hair Wigs Trends

 

 

The 2018 Real Hair Wigs trends you need to try next year – as predicted by the experts…

Braids, bright blonde and bobs, 2017 was an experimental year for hair to say the least. While super straight styles, ponytails, and huge hair accessories took the catwalk by storm, neon colours, rainbow dyes and glow in the dark hair colours reigned supreme on the internet as beauty industry insiders and bloggers jumped to be the first try the wackiest 2017 hair trends.

But we’re now looking ahead for more wearable, flattering hairstyles. We want to know: what are the 2018 hair trends you really need to familiarise yourself with? Which haircuts and hair colours will be taking over salons across the UK next year? What should we be looking to try?

Over the summer the Duchess of Cambridge and her ‘cob’ proved that slightly shorter, chic hair is here to stay. And the perm, which recently made a comeback, looks like it’s making a strong case to remain in style as one of many hair trends in 2018 too. But what else? We asked three top hair experts for their predictions on what the hottest 2018 hair trends will be, and this is what they had to say… The good news is that there is something for everyone!

Top haircuts for women 2018

Boyish wonders

Ken O’Rourke, Charles Worthington brand ambassador, predicts that boyish androgyny will have a major moment in 2018.

“One of the hottest real hair wigs trends for 2018 is going to be the bowl cut. Remember Linda Evangelista in the 80’s that kind of boyish androgynous look. It’s great for any age and requires minimum amount of styling time.

Internationally renowned hair stylist Paul Edmonds agrees, “The retro 80s trends has already made a resurgence in fashion and is even more prominent in the hair industry especially in the New Year as a bowl soft layered cut is one to watch.”

Keep it natural

Paul
Edmonds predicts that the all-natural afro is, “a strong contender” to
be the best hairstyle for 2018 – “as long as it isn’t too defined.”

Think Halle Berry on the red carpet at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party earlier this year – perfection…

Straight down the line

Don’t fancy embracing curls? Then Edmonds also reveals 2018’s key hairstyling secret – the
straighter the style the better!

“In terms of real hair wigs styles that
will be hot in 2018, long straight hair is set to take the industry by
storm again. A mid to long length blunt cut with gloss and shine. The
LOB will continue to be a popular choice but it has to be a blunt cut on
the edge then textured through the layers to give it some movement so
it can be manipulated and easily styled.”

The likes of Demi Moore
and award-winning actress Sandra Bullock have loved this look for years,
and there’s no better time to take a leaf out of this Oscar winner’s
beauty book…

Pull it back

One of Paul Edmonds’ top tips for keeping ahead of the 2018 hair trends is to put down your hairdryer and pull your air-dried hair back into a ponytail. Not only is this one of the easiest 2018 hair trends to try at home, but it will also help keep your hair healthy and avoid heat damage.

“Ponytails will remain prominent as we transition from AW17 to SS18 seasons” reveals Paul. “Try undone air dried hair pulled back away from the face with accessories for added glamour such hair bows, embellished clips or loose bands.”

At 36, Sienna Miller proved that wearing your hair up in a ponytail, tied with a simple bow, didn’t have to look too ‘school girl’ and could look chic and sophisicated…

Love the trend? Try Paul’s top tip for creating the ultimate evening glamour up-do:

“For maximum Hollywood glamour, my personal favourite is a single wave at the front of the hairline whilst keeping the rest of the hair natural looking for that undone done finish – perfect from daytime to evening time glam.”

Hair colour trends 2018

Sweet treats

Satin smooth chocolate, or gloriously
golden honey – think sweet shades with a healthy shine when it comes to
colour for the top 2018 hair trends.

Charles Worthington brand
ambassador Ken O’Rourke thinks these rich, nourished colours will be a
hit for the year ahead, “Colour wise I’d say chocolate brown and honey
shades will be popular as long as the hair looks healthy with maximum
shine. To me, that’s always a head turner.”

So, think Eva Longoria on the red carpet in Cannes, but with even more depth of colour and chocolatey brown richness…

Blonde ambition

Thinking of changing up your hair colour next year? It seems there’s never been a better time to be blonde. There are so many shades coming through already as top 2018 hair trends.

Expert colourist Jack Howard explains, “Metallic blondes and pastel yellow colour trends are making a breakthrough in 2018. We’re already seeing pops of colour a la Rita Ora debuting her recent coloured soaked fringe which frames the face and is a bit of fun.”

Holly Willoughby had the right idea this summer, taking her golden blonde locks a shade lighter to freshen up her look:

Brand new balayage 

Balayage has been a huge trend over the last few years, and it isn’t going anywhere any time soon. However, the much-loved colouring style is evolving in 2018.

“The evolution of balayage moves towards ‘Californian Balayage” expert Colourist at Paul Edmonds Jack Howard explains, “so a much lighter and cooler overall look.”

But it’s not just blondes and lighter remy hair tones who will be having all the fun next year. “Charcoal balayage and charcoal grey is also great on mid-length hair and will be bang on trend as we move into 2018” says Jack.

5 Ways to Temporarily Color Your Brazilian Hair

While some Halloween costumes look great with creative makeup, adding an awesome hairstyle is an easy way to amp up the overall effect. You can always go for a brazilian hair — the least-permanent solution — but if you don’t want to splurge (or fiddle with it all night), there are some semi-permanent hair-coloring choices you might want to try instead.

1. Hair Chalk

What it is: A huge beauty trend recently, hair chalk lets you easily add all sorts of colors without much commitment. Simply wet your hair to get it ready for the color, separate it into sections, then run the chalk down your brazilian hair. You can use designated hair chalk or oil-based pastels from a craft store (we prefer and suggest the former). Chalking your hair gives you a lot of control over the end result.

How long it lasts: 2 -4 shampoos, but here’s a catch: If you have ultra-light hair, this might wind up being more permanent. “The darker the temporary color, and the lighter the hair, the longer it will take the color to wash out,” warns O’Connor.

2. Hair Mascara

What it is: Remember the hair mascara of the ’90s that let you change your color with the flick of a wand? It’s still around! Options likebrazilian hair mascara  involve temporary color that you apply directly to your hair. You can layer on more as desired for a brighter, more vivid color, or keep it subtle by adding light, thin streaks.

3. Colored Hairspray

What it is: This is exactly what it sounds like — hairspray with added color! While this is generally a temporary technique, but like with hair chalk, keep in mind how light your brazilian hair is now because you may end up with a permanent stain. One horror story O’Connor shared: “I once had a platinum blonde who used black hair spray for Halloween, and she had to wash her hair with dish soap every day for two weeks to remove the color.” Yikes!

4. Semi-Permanent Hair Dye

What it is: This is the next step up when it comes to coloring you hair. “Semi-permanent brazilian hair dye has no ammonia content, so it sits on the outside of the hair cuticle and acts as a stain,” explains O’Connor.  So while they last longer than hair chalk and spray, they won’t be vivid forever — unless, of course, you bleach your hair beforehand. Bleached, porous hair can take on a semi-permanent shade and maintain it for considerably longer. So if you’re not ready for blue hair ’til Thanksgiving, don’t plop a bunch of dye on your highlighted hair.

The 6 Prettiest Highlight Colors to Amp Up Your Remy Hair

And they’re all zero maintenance, because we know how much you hate the salon.

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If your waves hair is naturally dark brown, it can feel like the only way to make a change or try a new look is with a drastic, bright-as-hell color change. But if you’ve ever stared at any celebrity’s head, you’d know that you can actually transform an entire hairstyle with a few meticulously placed highlights, whether that’s with babylights on thin hair to give it a fuller look, or with warm, melted highlights all over to brighten up your face.

So to get you inspired to try something new this winter, without feeling like you’re a contestant on a makeover show, we handpicked the prettiest, most screenshot-worthy highlight ideas, as demonstrated by your favorite celebrities. Check out the inspo, below.

1KEENYAH HILL

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Hill’s deep-brown waves hair has an all-over brighter look with honey and copper highlights.

2JAMIE CHUNG

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Buttery-blonde highlights around Chung’s face gives her complexion a warmer vibe.

3SELENA GOMEZ

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Gomez gives her blunt bob a fuller look by waves hair just the lower lengths with a rich, cinnamon hue.

4BEYONCé

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Beyoncé’s highlights are pretty much the embodiment of melted strips of caramel, warming up her naturally waves hair without looking too severe.

5PRIYANKA CHOPRA

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Chopra’s subtle auburn babylights are painted just around her face to bring more dimension to her waves hair cut.

6TYRA BANKS

FAIRLY LIMP BIO BRAZILIAN HAIR ALMOST TO MY SHOULDERS

It was about three years ago when I started growing it, and I finally have my stringy, fairly limp bio brazilian hair almost to my shoulders. So, I’ve been casting about for a long bob wig to supplement it without much success – Haute is perfect but I hate the HD fiber so I wasn’t going to go with that one again, then I tried Mila by Revlon but it did not look good on me at all, and Isabelle by Margu looked too wiggy to me up top as well as being too light color-wise. I’d always suspected Elle would be a really good candidate, but I tend to want to constantly try new styles rather than re-purchase ones I’ve already owned and I’ve had Elle in Shaded Peach in the past. After the failures of Mila and Isabelle though, I changed my tune about trying new styles and decided I’d rather have something tried and true if I was going to spend more money, so Elle it was.

Several companies that make lace fronts also have this weird white line that indicates where the lace ends and the monofilament top begins; I am sure there’s a reason it’s there that makes sense, but in a lot of brazilian hair it shows through the fiber and can be seen. I pretty much hate that white line, but it isn’t going anywhere, so for the most part I try to deal with it. Sometimes I even use a dark brown magic marker to try and darken it, which I did a little on Elle but not on the section shown above. I was so pissed off about the hairplug-look of the crown area that I threw Elle back in the box and ignored it for several days while decided whether or not to try and return it. However, over the weekend I knew I wanted to take pictures of Easy Edge and get it reviewed, and I decided to pull Elle back out of the package and try her on again – and lo and behold, I liked it better.

Lace front crisis aside; the cut of Elle is just what I like, and in my dreams my bio hair could only be this lovely and thick. It is an easy wig to wear and the brazilian hair out of my face generally – aside from the wispy strays that wander around and eventually get yanked out by me – and the cap is comfortable and a good fit for an average-petite head with a full head of hair underneath. It has lovely movement and is simple and flattering; I don’t think it’s overly glam like a Renau Giselle or Adriana might be, and even though it’s quite full I do think it’s a nice day-to-day style.

To close this out, here’s a shot of Elle taken outside in natural light. I’ll be back later to review the Brandi I bought, as well as the Shilo I picked up for good measure. I had videos of those brazilian hair up before, but I’ve not written anything about them, and they are both reliable older styles I always like, which is why I re-purchased them. The wig binge continues, so let’s all enjoy it for as long as it lasts.

How To Curl Human Hair Wigs With A Flat Iron, Easy Tutorial Tips and Tricks!

Our hair tutorial today shows how to curl your human hair wigs with a straightener or flat iron! We also show an easy “hair hack” or trick using nail polish to determine if you have spun the flat iron correctly to get the perfect curl.  We thought of this trick as my daughter was learning to curl her hair with a flat iron for the first time and are hoping it will help other beginners. This method can be tricky to master at first, but once you get it down, it becomes easy and so fun.  We love these curls because they last for days and look so gorgeous!

Hey guys, come along with us to the salon where she gets layers cut for the first time!  We thought it would be fun to do something different this week and show you a “behind the scenes” look at her fun new haircut.  She has had her human hair wigs cut more dramatically short (to her shoulders) in the past and donated it, but she has never had layers!

She is loving her fresh new cut and it looks so stylish and cute down (straight or curled.) But FYI… layers do make your hair more difficult to braid (since you will have shorter human hair wigs mixed in with longer pieces.) If any of you are thinking of doing the same type of cut but still want to be able to wear your hair up,  I would suggest asking for “long layers” which is what she got.  While it will be more difficult, she should still be able to do most braids, ponytails, buns, etc, since her layers don’t start up super high on her head.

This Tinkerbell human hair wigs tutorial is inspired by the hairstyle worn on Disney’s fairy Tinker Bell in the movie Peter Pan! A cute messy bun or “top knot” wrapped with ribbon and side swept bangs.  Of course, my daughter doesn’t have bangs (as I’m sure many of you don’t as well) so we made some “fake bangs” using her own hair!

Can Butter Be Your Dry waves hair Quick Fix

This season, let’s start fresh — with a fresh color job, that is. So far, hair color trends are literally mixing it up, suggesting modern gray hues, the subtlest highlights you can imagine and waves hair that seamlessly slims your face. It’s gonna be a good fall.

Butter may not be good for your weight loss plan, but it’s one of the best natural and quick fix remedies for your dry hair. Many women have been talking about how amazing the effect of butter was on their dry hair, so, I had to research it, and it’s true, butter is an amazing therapy for your waves hair. It moisturizes your hair locks, nourishes it, and it is claimed that butter can make it grow longer too.

How to use butter as a moisturizer for your hair?

1. First, you need to be using unsalted butter for your waves hair.

2. Take a portion out of the unsalted butter bar, and let it sit at room temperature for a while. This way, it will be easier to spread on your waves hair.

3. Apply the unsalted butter all over your hair, and then cover it up with a shower cap for 1 hour.

4. Wash it off very well with shampoo. It’s better to use a shampoo that is silicon and paraben free (harmful chemicals) if your waves hair is extremely damaged and dry.

5 Ways to Temporarily Color Your Brazilian Hair – The cheep peruvian hair

While?some Halloween costumes?look great with creative makeup, adding an awesome hairstyle is an easy way to amp up the overall effect. You can always go for a brazilian hair — the least-permanent solution — but if you don’t want to splurge (or fiddle with it all night), there are some semi-permanent hair-coloring choices you might want to try instead.

1. Hair Chalk

What it is:?A huge beauty trend recently, hair chalk lets you easily add all sorts of colors without much commitment. Simply wet your hair to get it ready for the color, separate it into sections, then run the chalk down your?brazilian hair. You can use?designated hair chalk?or oil-based pastels from a craft store (we prefer and suggest the former). Chalking your hair gives you a lot of control over the end result.

How long it lasts:?2 -4 shampoos, but here’s a catch: If you have ultra-light hair, this might wind up being more permanent. “The darker the temporary color, and the?lighter the hair, the longer it will take the color to wash out,” warns O’Connor.

2. Hair Mascara

What it is:?Remember the hair mascara of the ’90s that let you change your color with the flick of a wand? It’s still around! Options like brazilian hair mascara ?involve?temporary color?that you apply directly to your hair. You can layer on more as desired for a brighter, more vivid color, or keep it subtle by adding light, thin streaks.

3. Colored Hairspray

What it is:?This is exactly what it sounds like — hairspray with added color! While this is generally a temporary technique, but like with hair chalk, keep in mind how light your brazilian hair is now because you may end up with a permanent stain. One horror story O’Connor shared: “I once had a platinum blonde who used?black hair spray?for Halloween, and she had to wash her hair with dish soap every day for two weeks to?remove the color.” Yikes!

4. Semi-Permanent Hair Dye

What it is:?This is the next step up when it comes to coloring you hair. “Semi-permanent brazilian hair dye has no ammonia content, so it sits on the outside of the hair cuticle and acts as a stain,” explains O’Connor.??So while they last longer than hair chalk and spray, they won’t be vivid forever — unless, of course, you bleach your hair beforehand.?Bleached, porous hair?can take on a semi-permanent shade and maintain it for considerably longer. So if you’re not ready for blue hair ’til Thanksgiving, don’t plop a bunch of dye on your highlighted hair.


Tells You How She Finally Solved the Mystery of Her body wave!

When I first chopped my hair off, I experienced the plague many other shorter-haired women experience: the dreaded flip-out.?With my hair just touching my shoulders, the ends would instantly flip out, making my cool girl lob look like soccer mom body wave or the flipped out bobs from the early aughts. I would furiously attempt to straighten it every morning, but by the end of the day, the flipped ends were back, leaving me discouraged that my new aesthetic was being ruined simple because my normally stick-straight hair wouldn’t stay straight when I wanted it to (but alas, isn’t that always the case with our hair? Always doing what we?don’t?want it to do?).

I still have body wave, and I still experience the same problem, at least when my hair is in that “in-between” stage (not quite short or long enough to avoid the flip out). The only way I can really mask it is by waving the rest of my hair in an attempt to deter attention away from the flipped ends, because goddammit, were they embarrassing. But more often than not, I wake up way too late in the morning and don’t have time to curl it.

Whether you see yourself as a chic hippie with long, body wave parted down the center, the halo-like curls of a disco queen, or the choppy, undone layers of rock ’n’ roll, cop these looks inspired by our favorite icons of the age and you’ll be ready to boogie all night long.

But no matter how many years have passed, there’s one carryover from the time that we’ll never let go of: ‘70s hairstyles. Feathered, flat-ironed, or big, glorious Afros, there’s no expiration date on really, really body wave