About Hair

Q: Can I make bleach Knots?

A: Yes, we advise you to find your stylist to help, much professionally. For the fake scalp wig and PU wig, you don't have to bleach them, both of them are very natural and knots invisible.

Q: What Does The Wig Density Mean Like:130% 150% 180%?

A: Densities for lace wigs(full and lace front wigs)can actually start from 80% of the average hair density(80,000 strands based on the mathience figures above)and usually go up to 180% of average hair density(180,00 strands based on the mathience figures above). The standard density for lace wigs(full lace wigs and lace front wigs)is between 130% and 150%(so 130,000 and 150,000 based on the mathience figures above) If the aim is to wear hair that looks natural any lace wig with a range of 130%-150% are often referred to as medium density Full lace wigs and lace front wigs with higher densities will usually cost more due to the extra labour involved to ventilate(or weft).

Q: What's the differences between Brazilian virgin hair, Peruvian virgin hair, Malaysian virgin hair and Indian virgin hair?

A: The differences are more apparent in the hair's reaction to water, heat or air drying. For longer lasting curls on any of the hair, it is recommend to roller set hair with a hair setting lotion.

Brazilian Hair is silkier and shinier in texture than Indian Hair. The Straight textures are not bone straight but tends to curly beautifully at the end. This hair holds curls very well and tends to hold curls longer than Indian Hair.

Peruvian Hair is a little coarser and thicker in texture than Indian and Brazilian hair. It blends well with normal African-American relaxed hair textures and medium Caucasian hair textures.The curly texture becomes more curly when wet or washed.

Malaysian Hair - Malaysian hair at first can appear excessively shiny but after the first 2-3 washes the shine lessens considerably to take on a more natural appearance. Curls will not loosen or drop with time but maintain their form for the entire day. No product isrequired to maintain the curl. Malaysian hair is also softer and silkier in texture than Indian hair.

Indian hair tends to dry into a beautiful wave which ranges from a slight wave to very wavy, although it straightens and curls very easily

Q: Can they be straightened, curled?

A: Treat the hair as if it is your own. Use a flat iron/straighter or tongs even when fitted, but as with your own hair, never use hot tools too often as you could dry the hair and it will not last as long.