They look and feel like real hair, not the synthetic, plastic texture you get when touching a customary wig.
Prices vary depending on how they are made. Mostly made of pure human hair, though there is also a synthetic kind, which is considerably cheaper. There are different types of hair depending on where they’re from. Carefully taken out of donor’s head, this ensures that purely human hair is meticulously attached to a lace mesh. The types range from Brazilian, Malaysian, Indian, European, and so on.
Many people are confused with the difference between remy and virgin hair. You will see a lot of these lace wigs labeled as virgin or remy, but do you really know what type of hair it is? The description is in the name itself. Virgin hair is unprocessed or untouched hair straight from a donor’s head. This hair has never been colored or steamed in any way, completely natural.
Remy hair on the other hand, is a cutically aligned hair which could be processed, in one way or another. Each hair cuticle is aligned in one uniform way, which lessens the tangling of these hairs. A Remy hair could have color or be treated to achieve a certain style.