One other possibility in human hair wigs is non-Remy or “fallen hair” wigs. These wigs are quite popular because they are less expensive than Remy wigs. The hair in a non-Remy wig is not unidirectional – the roots of the hair and the tips of the hair have been mixed together. This can cause trouble with tangling, but by cutting the cuticles and the tips off, some non-Remy hair wigs claim they are “tangle-free.” Shaving the ends does help reduce the friction between the hairs and reduces the tangle factor.
As with most everything you purchase, the more specialized the process and product, the more expensive it is. An Indian Virgin Remy Hair Wig will be more expensive than a Virgin Remy Hair Wig that isn’t Indian hair. A Remy Hair wig will be the less expensive than a Virgin Remy Hair wig, and a non-Remy wig will be the least expensive of all.
Keep in mind that with wigs, just like with cars, you get what you pay for. Just as there’s a noticeable difference between driving a BMW and a Ford Escort, there’s a noticeable difference between an Indian Virgin Remy Hair Wig and a Non-Remy Hair Wig. All the human hair wigs will have some of the same characteristics – natural look, natural flow, easy maintenance, ability to style with heat or chemicals, body, and bounce – but the more you invest, the higher quality you will have.