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What's so special about Indian hair?
 

A brief summary...

So what's all the hype about Indian hair?Cabelo Natural Indiano Virgem Liso, Cacheado e Ondulado
It seems to be all the rage, everyone is wearing this hair... but there's more to it than that. You're probably asking "What makes me want to put that hair on my head?" I'm going to give you the rundown, there are a number of reasons:

Most Indian hair is 100% unprocessed or chemically untreated:

Indian hair isn't processed or treated in any way whatsoever. Treating the hair is what damages the cuticle, and once the cuticle is gone the hair will become weak and break. The term virgin is used to describe hair that has never been tampered with chemically. This type of hair is also called remy or cuticle hair, because the cuticle is left intact. When shopping for Indian it's very important to know that virgin Remy and/or cuticle hair is the what you want to ensure a good quality product.

cabnatind2_218 The texture is extremely diverse:

There is a full selection of textures available with Indian hair. The best part is that it's all natural... to the root! Choose from straight, wavy, curly ... what else is there? Straight hair get a body wave by simply wetting it a little bit. Wavy hair can usually be made bone straight by using a flat iron.

The color is already natural:
It's usually available in natural black or off black colors (on the hair color chart it's 1 and 1B respectively). Indian hair even comes in natural dark browns and lighter browns, which mixes well with black hair in a number of situations. Indian hair also comes in blondes, reds, and whatever else... but remember, once it's colored it's no longer virgin hair.