Brazilian Double Drawn Natural Virgin Remy Hair Extensions?

We’re very excited about our new videos made by brazilian virgin hair Adrian Ardelean ! This one features Danielle wearing our virgin Brazilian hair extensions – the ultimate in volume, versatility.1

Whether you want to colour it or style it in your own way,this hair is sure to work for you! Our premium collection of double drawnextensions give you the finest brazilian virgin hair that is carefully selectedto be all the same length throughout – the thickness extends from root to tipgiving you the volume you love!2

Long lasting with a natural shine, they are easy to carefor, giving you a beautifully smooth, tangle-free finish. Unlike single drawnwefts, it takes about 10 times the amount of natural unprocessed brazilian virgin hair toproduce double drawn against single drawn as all the shorter lengths arediscarded to ensure that the extensions are thick and beautiful from the top tothe very tip.3

There is few brazilian virgin hair now. Because the material is hard to collection, and the price will be very high. Most of factory sell india, chinese hair or viet hair as brazilian. But how to Distinguish the quality? Most seller recommend you 7A,8A even 9A. So why are so many grade of 3A,4A,5A,6A,8A?5

Normally most of people thought of 5A as a top grade of brazilian virgin hair several years ago. In order to show their hair is much better than others, some sellers defined their product as 6A. A vicious circle started, more and more sellers called their products as 7A,8A,9A. Maybe 10A is coming. If you get a 5A from seller A and a 7A from seller B, it doesn’t means that 7A is better than 5A. Maybe it occurs that 5A is better than 7A. If you get 5A and 7A from a same seller, Normally 7A is much better than 5A.qq%e6%88%aa%e5%9b%be20161020105824

Why do so many African-American women wear weaves, wigs, perms, or dyed hair?

There are a couple other reasons a black woman may choose to wear a weave or wigs for african american women.1

Some older black woman have thinning wigs for african american women, whether from chemical damage or simply due to natural aging. Again, society tells these women that their natural hair is unacceptable, or the women may feel that their thin hair is not pretty or feminine enough


Another reason that black women of all ages might add hair is that natural untreated black hair can be time consuming and labor intensive to style. Not only must it be styled in the morning but also it must be put up and properly conditioned at night.  There can be a minimum time commitment of roughly an hour a day for many women who choose to go natural (the longer the hair the more time consuming)– and that doesn’t include doing the kids’ hair (for example). When a weave is sewn or glued onto the woman’s own wigs for african american women, it creates a short-term permanent style that allows less daily upkeep.3

As with anything a variety of factors inform women’s decisions about their bodies and appearances. Many women find a new hairstyle fun and exciting, especially when you add the fantasy element of instantly long wigs for african american women.4

Additionally I’d like to point out that lots of white women wear weaves too. Their natural hair texture can be closer to that of the weave so if the color match is good it’s easy for the unaware eye to miss it. Often the reason for white women’s extensions is that their natural hair is not full enough or long enough for their taste. I think one of the reasons that we are disproportionately aware of black women’s weaves is that we are scrutinizing wigs for african american women in encounters with black women.6

Which sparks off another topic about how involved strangers make themselves in the grooming choices of black women and what judgement we attach to different wigs for african american women.5

What are some good cosplay wigs


First impression is the last impression.’ is certainly true for the way people wear clothes, style themselves and look attractive to gain the attention of others. As time passes, it brings with it the troublesome worry of losing or thinning of one’s natural hair and this is why, the usage and appreciation of wig types has been significantly emphasized by people for decades. This article is to provide information about wigs and how to choose them in order to look good, feel good and style good.


Due to the essential purpose and assistance that wigs serve in the proverbial wardrobe, their region in the fashion industry has been stretched to vast varieties available to choose from and, to choose appropriately for one’s self, a person must be well informed about wig types and their different types. The two main are natural wigs which are expensive and made of human, horse, wool or buffalo hair and are of higher quality than synthetic wigs which.5

Due to the essential purpose and assistance that wig types serve in the proverbial wardrobe, their region in the fashion industry has been stretched to vast varieties available to choose from and, to choose appropriately for one’s self, a person must be well informed about wigs and their different types. The two main are natural wigs which are expensive and made of human, horse, wool or buffalo hair and are of higher quality than Synthetic wigs.4

While all of the aforementioned factors are important in selecting a realistic wig types, the last bullet point is the primary driving factor of price.  To gain a deeper understanding of wig cap construction and hair/fiber types, I recommend looking at the Glossary of Hairpiece and Extension Terms on The Wig Company website.  Reading through that will help explain the technologies in the wig making process that often contribute to a more realistic look.3

How do you wear a long, heavy wigs for black women?

First time putting on a wigs for black women. We can help you put one on properly. You’ll be a pro in no time. Follow these simple steps on applying your wig.

(1)Wigs for black women should be worn on the natural hairline (for most people it is four finger-widths above the eyebrow).

(2)Remove wigs for black women from the plastic bag or box. Gently remove the protective hair net from your wig. Give your wig a few good shakes to separate the fibers and give somebody to the hair. Some wigs need to be shaken to release the preset styling.

(3)Brush your hair off your face at the top and sides. If your hair is too long, you may want use bobby pins to help keep it off your face, back at the sides, and up at the nape. Some wigs for black women use a wig liner or wig cap to keep their existing hair in place.

(4)Hold your wig at the sides with the woven label in back. Place it at your natural hairline and slide it on from front to back. Adjust the wig as needed so the front edge is just over your natural hairline. Use the ear tabs to center your wigs for black women from left to right. Adjust the Velcro tabs in the back if necessary for a more secure fit.

(5)Tuck in any stray hairs at the front, sides and nape. Now you’re ready for styling!

Why do so many people wear wigs for black women?

Hair in the black community is a complicated, volatile topic. Historically, straight hair and curly/wavy hair have been seen as more socially acceptable. Curly/wavy hair is more acceptable than kinky hair because it’s seen as closer to white. Nowadays, this might seem confusing, but it actually has its roots in slavery. During slavery,wigs for black women with lighter skin and curly hair were more likely to be house slaves, whereas black people with darker skin and kinky hair were relegated to the fields. In Africa, eccentric hair styles were a source of pride. When black people came to the Americas, where they did not have the supplies they needed to take care of their hair, slave masters tried to make them feel ashamed about the way they looked by not even referring to their hair as hair. Instead, they might call it “wool,” which was their way of making the slaves feel inferior and inhuman.


However, the answer to this question isn’t as simple as “because of the European standard of beauty.” I mean, yes, part of the reason black women wear weaves (notice I didn’t say “fake hair” – if you buy it, it’s yours) is because natural black hair is seen as inappropriate and socially unacceptable, but I think that’s only part of the larger story. Weaves do not have to be straight. In fact, I think you’re thinking of wigs for black women, which are placed over the hair and are generally straight or curly. Weaves are often sewn into braids to make the hair longer, and I would argue that braids aren’t related to the European standard of beauty. (Though they are more convenient, because other natural hair styles are seen as “wild” or “unruly,” and they’re also easier to take care of.)

Now why would wigs for black women want to make their hair longer? Partly because our society says that long hair is beautiful…but also partly because they think it looks nice. I suspect that this has its roots in Africa, though back then people may not have been using weave to style their hair in certain ways. Instead, their hair may have naturally been long enough to style that way.



There are many professional situations (such as in the US Army under the newly-passed regulations on appropriate female hairstyles) where the hair that naturally grows out of wigs for black women‘s heads is viewed as innately unprofessional and unacceptable.

Taking that hair and making it straight and “appropriate” is time-consuming, expensive, and involves harsh chemicals. Some women prefer to get the same look by using weaves (long falls of hair sewn down to their own tightly-braided hair) or wigs for black women.