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Article: A must-read before ordering raw hair

A must-read before ordering raw hair


When buying hair, some women take advice from influencers, while others go by how the hair looks. There is a common misunderstanding that flat-headed bundles must always be made from raw hair. Unfortunately, hair vendors exploit this misconception to sell poor-quality hair, leaving many customers dissatisfied.

Jacky, who owns a raw hair factory, is here to help you identify real raw hair from fake on

Here are some tips:

1. Color consistency

Genuine Raw Hair:Presents natural shades with slight color variations and looks healthier.
Fake Raw Hair: Uniformly colored, indicating it has been dyed or processed.

2. Bleaching testing

Genuine Raw Hair: Most genuine raw hair can be bleached to 613 blonde, and most importantly, after bleaching the hair strand remains strong with very minimal shedding.
Fake Raw Hair: Most fake raw hair can only bleached to brown #27, some fake raw hair can be bleached to 613 blonde, but after bleaching, the hair become weak with a lot of shedding.

3. Washing and drying Testing

If washing the hair and then drying the hair several times a day
Genuine Raw Hair: will still keep bouncy and healthy with very minimal shedding and tangling.
Fake Raw Hair: will start shedding and tangling or become frizzy, indicating it has been chemically processed.

4. Wearing

The best test is wearing it.
Genuine raw hair: lasts for years with little to no shedding. It stays healthy and smooth after washing.
Fake raw hair: after weeks of wearing it, it gets frizzy and dry, and starts to shedding.

These tips can help you spot the difference and make better choices.

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