Malaysian Virgin Deep Wave Hair

KIIS FM's Wango Tango 2010 - Arrivals100_Virgin_Malaysian_Hair_Deep_WaveMalaysian Hair is one of the most exotic hair types in the market today. It’s very soft and has a smooth texture. Its very easy to maintain and will last long with proper care.

Our Virgin Malaysian Deep Wave Hair is the highest quality Malaysian human hair on the market. Each bundle has been collected from one donor, and all cuticles are intact. All our Malaysian Deep Wave Hair has undergone a quality assurance process to ensure it is free of imperfections.

 

Strong wefts and 100% Tangle and Matte Free!

Our Virgin Malaysian Hair is available in a natural 1b.

Weight: 3.5 oz

Color: Natural Off Black

Weft: Machine Weft

Luster: Medium to Low

Styling: For a full sew in weave we recommend buying 2-3 packs of hair. For hair over 16”, we recommend ordering an additional pack of hair. Remember: Longer hair equals shorter weft widths. If you desire a weave with a lot of volume, you will need 3 or 4 packs of hair.

 

Summer Sale

Posted by on Mar 16, 2013 in Blog |

Summer Sale

Now until the end of march we are running a spring into summer sale. We are offering bundles deals on hair as low as 85.00 per bundle. Follow us instagram and twitter @hairgoesnothing #hairgoesnothing look out for our free giveaways on...

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Beauty on a Budget

Posted by on Mar 13, 2013 in Blog |

Beauty on a Budget

Times are tough all over. Many individuals are tightening their belts and making cutbacks in order to save money. Now is the  perfect time to look at ways we can save money and still have great hair. Some of the ideas have been around a long time, but with new trends and products coming out everyday we often forget that sometimes “modern” is better. So let’s talk about some changes you can make to save those hard earned dollars:   1. Don’t Overuse Products. Most people don’t realize that they use way more of their shampoo and...

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Brazilian Hair Straightening

Posted by on Feb 27, 2013 in Blog |

Brazilian Hair Straightening

Brazilian hair straightening treatments (also called Brazilian Keratin Treatment, BKT, Brazilian Blowout, Escova Progressiva, Keratin Cure or Keratin Straightening) are a method of temporarily straightening hair by sealing a liquid keratin and a preservative solution into the hair with a hair iron in the United States. It has been banned in several countries including Canada and the European Uniondue to high concentrations of regulated chemicals in them. Characteristics Brazilian hair straightening treatments eliminate frizz, straighten the...

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Virgin Brazilian Hair

Posted by on Sep 15, 2010 in Blog |

Virgin Brazilian Hair

Located in South America, Brazilians are of a very diverse heritage. They are  European, African and Indian. The hair can be different textures but the most  popular is slightly wavy with a silky fine texture. It could also come in a  thick curly texture. The hair is thick and bouncy. It can also match great with  African American hair and has a low...

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Virgin Indian Hair

Posted by on Sep 15, 2010 in Blog |

Virgin Indian Hair

Virgin hair simply means that the hair is completely natural and unprocessed  without chemicals (such as perms, relaxing agents, or coloring dyes).  Since the hair is completely natural, there has been no damage to the  cuticles or the true structure of the hair. The hair cuticles actually  protect the hair, and provide a natural look without dullness. Keeping  the hair cuticles aligned and running in the same direction help to prevent tangling and  matting. This is very important when it comes to hair extensions,  because you want a quality...

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Products to use on Weave

Posted by on Sep 15, 2010 in Blog |

Products to use on Weave

If you’re used to using tons of product on your hair, stop it! Very little  product is needed on our Virgin hair. Moisturizing shampoo and conditioner, a  little styling cream and you’re done. Also, try not to over-style your hair on a daily  basis. If you curl your hair try to maintain it for a few days by pin curling it at night, then transition to jumbo braids to give you  loose beach waves. Lightly finger style in the a.m. before you head to work or  just out the door in general. Treat the extensions as you would your own, after  all, it...

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Virgin Peruvian Hair

Posted by on Sep 15, 2010 in Blog |

Virgin Peruvian Hair

Located west side of South America, Peru has a mix of Indian and Spanish  descendants. The hair is a bit coarser and thicker than Brazilian hair. If you  want hair that is dense but thick this would be great. It matches great with  relaxed...

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Benefits of Wearing a Weave

Posted by on Sep 15, 2010 in Blog |

Benefits of Wearing a Weave

Today, many women experiment with hair additions in every length, color and texture. Instead of simply being a way to add inches and volume to your style, hair weaves have become a way to introduce variety to your style repertoire. Plus, there are some useful benefits to wearing hair weaves. 1. Low Maintenance Maybe you don’t have a lot of time to spend styling your hair and are looking for low-maintenance options besides a short cut. Wearing a hair weave will allow you to style your hair in a hurry, perfect for time-crunched mornings....

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Virgin Malaysian Hair

Posted by on Sep 15, 2010 in Blog |

Virgin Malaysian Hair

Located in south East Asia. This type of hair is usually expensive and not  available. It has more of a straighter texture with waves at the ends. The hair  is thick and coarse in texture and can look very shiny. When the hair is washed  a few times it can become a more natural dull look. It is thinner and softer  than Chinese hair and also doesn’t swell.  This hair would be great  for European straight textures and other fine...

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Tips and Tricks for Maintaining your Weave

Posted by on Sep 15, 2010 in Blog |

Tips and Tricks for Maintaining your Weave

1. After you take out your sew-in, DO NOT WASH YOUR HAIR before you properly detangle and get out ALL shed hair. (Trust me, you will have a MAJOR setback if you do not listen to that one rule). I learned the hard way. Let me tell you…as soon as water hit my hair, it formed locs and got really matted. I had to chop out huge chunks of hair. 2. Do not let the stylist braid your hair or sew in the weave too tight. You’ll know because aside from the major migraine that you’ll experience, you’ll see a lot of white bulbs on the tip of many strands...

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