How to Select a Virgin or Malaysian Hair Weave of the Best Quality
Perfectly styled hair can have a dramatic impact on your look, which is why a gorgeous weave is a great option to consider. If you have tried other weaves in the past, however, you may have been disappointed by their poor quality. They may have frizzed, easily tangled, or even burdened with an unnatural look to them. To avoid any disappointment, here’s how you can find a quality Malaysian hair weave.
Look for a Guarantee
Before you buy a hair weave or any other type of weave, carefully review the
manufacturer's or retailer's warranty or guarantee. No weave will last forever,
and you should expect to replace the weave periodically. All the same, you also
want to get your money's worth from your purchase and ensure that you do look
good with the weave in place. A guarantee can give you some peace of mind that
the manufacturer or retailer will put their name behind the quality of the
product that you are purchasing.
Choose Unprocessed Hair
While your stylist may process the hair when tailoring the weave to meet your
needs, the actual weave should ideally consist entirely of natural hair. This
may mean that it is not colored, treated, or even steamed. Ideally, it will be
cut from the hair donor's head, washed, and bundled before being sold to you.
Any additional processing could damage the hair and ultimately reduce its
Review Styling and Care Guidelines
With lower quality hair weaves, there may be very specific care guidelines that
you need to follow to keep the weave in great shape. The highest quality weaves
are made from gorgeous, durable, and untreated all-natural hair. These are virgin hair weaves that
can be styled with heat, product, and more. Many will have a professional
stylist put the weave in to ensure a natural, beautiful result. However, the
retailer's or manufacturer's guidelines should not be so strict that you cannot
work with the hair on your own as well.
Finding a quality hair weave may be a top priority, and it can seem daunting to review all of the options. However, many will find that a Malaysian, Remy, or virgin weave is a top option.