We realise that some of you may not understand some of the terms we use to describe our hair extensions, therefore, we have written up a list of descriptive terms with their meanings alongside. We hope this will help you to choose the best option for you, and to understand what makes our hair extensions so great.
Hair Piece - A full set of hair extensions consists of several "Hair Pieces" which are made up of multiple wefts, with either 2 or 3 clips. We sell 3 clip hair pieces individually (if you want to add a little extra to a full set, or just want a splash of colour).
Wefts - A weft is a strip of hair fixed together at the roots. When we say "Triple" or "Quad" (Quadruple) weft, this refers to the number of wefts sewn together to create each hair piece.
Remy Hair - Remy hair is collected in a way that keeps each strand of hair the correct way up. This ensure all the hair cuticles are facing the same way, and helps to prolong the life of the extensions and prevent easy tangling.
Virgin Hair - Virgin hair describes human hair that has been collected from a donor that has never altered their hair colour. This makes the hair extensions extremely soft as (prior to collection) the hair has not been chemically damaged, and ensures a longer life for your extensions.
Double Drawn - When hair extensions are collected, they are "combed through" to remove some of the shorter hairs. When they are double drawn, they have been "combed through" a second time to remove even more, leaving the extensions almost as thick at the tips as they are at the roots.
Ethical Standards - Our hair extensions are sourced ethically. This means the donor is willing to donate their hair, it is collected by cutting the hair from a ponytail, and the donor is paid a fair wage.
All of these factors are reflected in the price of our extensions, and we have taken great care in creating these hair extensions by using the processes above to give you the best possible product.