In the market there are many different types of human hair, do you know what are the best quality human hair lace wigs and bundles you should buy?
The days of the silky-brassy synthetic wigs have now been upgraded to Lace Wigs made with human hair! However, not all lace wigs are created equal. There are virgin, natural, and raw human hair, but which is right for you?
Unfortunately, finding the right lace wig can be quite a challenge. A Google search for natural good quality lace wigs will bring up an endless selection, leaving you feeling confused, uncertain, and farther from your dream lace wig.
Keep in mind, just because it is human hair doesn't make it good hair. The fact is, how the hair is processed and products used while processing, hair types, and chemical additives can turn a natural wig into a tangled, messy nightmare.
Mrs Gwen will help you understand the types of hair she sells. Over a decade, Mrs Gwen has witnessed firsthand the power that a good lace wig can have on a person's self-esteem. However, trying to find a good lace wig isn't that easy.
"Just because you're purchasing human hair doesn't mean it's good quality; it can be floor hair or bad quality. There is no one to police (the wig industry) because it's not FDA regulated."
Mrs Gwen know you've heard and read many of times about the hair growing through the cuticles from one direction on a scalp, and quality wigs have an intact cuticle blah blah blah. If you're not familiar with lace wigs and bundles and haven't done your own research, none of this will make any sense to you.
It is not easy to know if a wig has intact cuticles or how to spot natural good hair. The lace wig and bundle world is entirely unregulated, which means anyone can advertise good hair without any proof of quality or origin. You can not go on prices alone because manufacturers can put whatever price tag they want on their hair.
"It's a good idea to check the brands and reviews to see what others are saying, or buy from a reputable seller. Go to a wig shop and try them on. When you've had a high quality lace wig and/or bundles, you'll notice a difference right away. It's very hard for women to go backward from the highest quality; that's how you get the education."
Virgin Hair and High Quality Virgin hair are both 100% Human Hair, but they are far from the same.
Virgin Hair is 100% human hair that's never been chemically-treated or dyed. They are labeled Premium Hair on my website (Burmese, Raw, High Quality Virgin, Vietnamese, Mink, Cambodian, and Premium Quality Virgin Hair).
100% Human Hair is any hair from a human scalp-meaning it can come from the floor of a hair salon, a brush, or even a corpse. This is what the internet says, but I don't know if this is true, so I'm not trying to scare anyone. We all wear it, but we don't know the behind the scene truth about any of this.
Now you're learning the difference in the hair I sell. We also need to look at the manufacturing processes that will differentiate cheaper wigs from premium ones.
It's becoming more difficult to source affordable premium quality hair. Listed on my website, look for the keywords like Good, High Quality, Premium Hair. Regardless of what the manufacturer tells me, I won't label my lace wigs and bundles as good hair until I have tested them myself. Hair on my website labeled 100% Human Hair has not undergone any quality tests, therefore those are priced a bit cheaper.
I have customers who only want the more affordable human hair lace wig, and in those particular customers, premium quality doesn't matter. I have others who want premium hair and price doesn't matter. My premium hair clients understand their lace wigs cost more. The price tells a lot about the quality when shopping for lace wigs on my website.