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So, I keep seeing these ads on Instagram for human hair extensions - 5A, 6A, 7A, 8A, 9A, 10A … What’s the difference?!?

Shonte Perry

Tired of seeing those ads on social media for human hair extensions where some say 5A, 6A, 7A, etc. or when you’re at the beauty supply store they have packaged hair that says Remy and Non-Remy. Then, when you ask the hair business owners or beauty supply clerk what’s the difference, they can’t tell you? Well, that's not how we operate at The Klase Beauty Experience. We are here to help you understand what you are buying and why we only offer the best. 

5A

6A

7A

8A

9A

10A

Medium Grade, sponge-like

Good Grade, somewhat spongy

High Grade, strong weft

Premium Grade, strong weft

Luxury Grade (Perfect for Wigs-thick wefts)

Royalty Grade, thick healthy hair

Colored up to #10 (Med Ash Brown)

Colored up to #24 (Sunlight Blonde)

Colored up to #27 (Rich Blonde)

Colored up to #27S (Light Strawberry Blonde)

Colored up to #613 (Cream Blonde)

Colored up to #60 (Pure Blonde)

Last up to 6 months

Lasts 6 months to 1 year

Lasts up to 1 year

Lasts up to 2 years

Lasts up to 2 years

Lasts up to 3 years

100% Human Remy Hair

100% Human Remy Hair

100% Human Remy Hair

100% Human Remy Hair

100% Human Remy Hair

100% Human Remy Hair

 

First, look at the chart above – What do all those hair grades listed above have in common? They are all 100% Human Remy Hair. Do you know how to distinguish between Remy and Non-Remy? Well, sis, I put together a little chart below to give you a little more insight into the difference between Remy and Non-Remy Hair. 

 

     

                                           

REMY HAIR

NON-REMY HAIR

Collected from one donor, cuticles in-tact, and has a natural taper on the end-helps to achieve a more natural look.

Collected from multiple donors, raw and unprocessed, coated in silicone to extend the life of the hair (not recommended for sew-ins)

                       

Shop Our Collection of Top Quality Sew In Extensions!!

 


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