Malaysian Hair

Malaysian Hair

I lastly did it! I bought a small weft sample of virgin malaysian hair from Manedepot online and I bleached it. It took less than 10 minutes and stayed extremely soft and healthy. I have light blonde hair and as some experienced hair extensions wearers might understand … there are not many high quality blonde products on the marketplace. Hey … if I’m incorrect, please tell me. I would love any recommendations. If they last more than 2 or 3 installs without getting ratty I consider them high quality.

Recently, I have actually been investigating the topic of virgin hair as they refer to extensions (wefts, fusion, wigs, etc). Virgin malaysian hair is unprocessed and so it acts naturally and lasts longer than chemically changed hair extensions. Producers often use an acid bath or coloring procedure to alter virgin hair textures for resale and this damages the natural cuticle that ensures hair lays smooth and feels soft. Asian hair is typically acid bathed to remove the cuticles making the strands less coarse and more suitable for Caucasian use. A silicone coating is applied after the acid bath thus offering it a soft feel and shiny look; issue is, when the silicone wears away the hair begins to tangle and mat. If you decide to purchase virgin malaysian hair at https://www.020hair.com, make sure buy from a reliable retailer; you don’t desire nits, louse or gray hairs in your weft. You likewise do not desire animal hair sprinkled with human hair, synthetic hair sprinkled with human hair, or various batches of hair combined into the exact same weft resulting non-aligned cuticles. It is best to buy single or double drawn unprocessed hair that came from one donor. The primary downside in all of this for myself of course is that virgin hair is generally dark hair given that most of donors are of Indian, Hispanic, or Asian good. The only exception to most dark virgin hair is that which comes from a more Northern Slavic origin or European virgin hair – which things is extremely costly and uncommon!

I expect exactly what I am actually getting at is that I am tired of not being able to utilize my blonde hair extensions for more than a couple of installs. So after researching and figuring out the lots of advantages of virgin hair I chose I had to attempt it; the primary issue is I would need to bleach it in order to color it to my shade of blonde. If all goes well I will get to gain all the advantages of using lovely virgin malaysian hair (technically its not virgin after you bleach it however you understand exactly what I mean). and ideally it will last a year or more if I take good care of it. Some users have reported that their virgin hair actually got better and softer the longer they used it. It seems virgin malaysian hair is more pricey than other kinds of extensions but considering I have actually been buying one 4 four ounce weft at $130 a pop every few months or so I believe the higher initial expense deserves it. If they last as long as people state I will in fact conserve loan in the long run.

I discovered an in-depth short article describing the lightening process so armed with this new understanding I bought the supplies from Sally’s Beauty Supply. Here is a list of exactly what I bought: 1 tub of bleach powder, 40 volume lightening option and some toner (secures the brass) and some great aragan oil. That’s it folks … those 4 components. I blended the powder and 40 volume in equivalent parts (added a bit of toner and aragan oil), smeared it on the sample and (here’s the trick) I put it in aluminum foil and in the oven on the warm setting for 7 minutes. Unbelievably easy yo! My sample weft lifted to a medium golden blonde color that rapidly. I washed it, added some apple cider vinegar to reduce the effects of any remaining lightener and deep conditioned it with aragan oil. It’s really beautiful, very soft and ready to color to the shade of blonde I select.

Malaysian Hair

I know if I would have left it in for another 2 or 3 minutes and it would have been a really light blonde. I chose I will acquire the complete 4 ounce weft from Perfect Locks since the place I purchased the sample is a bit expensive – despite the fact that they seek to have good products. I usually install less than the whole 4 oz so this is fine for me. Individuals with thicker hair would require 2 4 oz wefts to get a fuller appearance. They have some truly nice curly virgin malaysian hair in 16 inches for about $150 (customer evaluations rave about the quality).