The short answer: yes
Remy is often used in the description of human hair lacefront and full-lace, wigs. But exactly what does the term’remy,’ or remi, actually mean.
Don’t be fooled by the “non-remy” hair
You should carefully trim donor hair to ensure that all roots are merged at one end. Some full lace wigs are created from the stray hairs of the hairdresser’s floor. If the tips and roots get mixed together, you can be assured that they will not be able to be knotted. It will result in hair becoming tangled and matty very quickly. The underlying cuticles, which rub against each others and cause friction and electricity, will cause this. Manufacturers will sometimes damage hair by removing the top layer and replacing with silicone. However this silicone soon wears out and hair will be unmanageable glueless human hair wigs.
Natural Remy Hair – The Beauty of Natural Remy Hair
Remi hair has all the cuticles aligned in a way that makes it easier to comb and finger comb, especially if the hair is a bodywave or lace front human wig. It will also be less likely to tangle. This provides hair with a long-lasting look, whether you are using full lace or lace front extensions. And Moroccan 100% virgin oil can add shine and vitality to hair for beautiful, healthy hair.
Remy vs Virgin — The difference!
Remy hair does mean that the hair is not 100% natural virgin hair. It could still have had dyes or other chemical processes applied to it. Only 100% virgin human hair can be completely natural. Remy hair is usually better than remy hair but virgin hair can be the best.
Full Lace Wigs or Lace Fronts
Both types are available with remy hair. Whatever style you prefer, whether it be a silky, straight, yaki, or kinky, straight lacewig, ensure that it is remy.
Remy Weaves & Remy Extensions
This is also true for hair extensions. No matter if they are Brazilian straight, Indian or body wave hair, you need to make sure it is remy.