Remi vs regular, is remi really better?

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oichick621
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Remi vs regular, is remi really better?

Post by oichick621 » Wed Feb 03, 2010 9:06 pm

I am on a site that sells regular and remi clip in extensions, the regular are $99 and the remi is $249, is remi really that much better than regular? I been buying the regular kinds from differentplaces and sites for years and they always get so knotty after 2 weeks, no matter how well I care for them. I am willing to pay more if the remi is actually really better and will last a long time...so let me know what you think!

Thank you!

Bonnie

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Re: Remi vs regular, is remi really better?

Post by Nanou2 » Thu Feb 04, 2010 1:35 pm

I bought
http://www.doctoredlocks.com/catalog/Le ... Body-18-in./
back in august. It is still looking perfect! Its remy but it is much more affordable!

I still use it at east 4times a week. I was it once a week and let it dry on its own (sometimes with a blow dying in a rush) Brush it straighten it all that.

The only problem I have with this is the body wave lost its wave on the first wash and just couldn't return.

But for this price it's amazing!

http://www.doctoredlocks.com/catalog/Le ... -Straight/

oichick621
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Re: Remi vs regular, is remi really better?

Post by oichick621 » Thu Feb 04, 2010 5:09 pm

ok ty!

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Re: Remi vs regular, is remi really better?

Post by oichick621 » Tue Dec 30, 2014 8:42 pm

Wow I looked them up and they are almost 300, I really cannot afford that on a maybe. If I wear them and they become knotty like all the others would they be willing to refund me?



Nanou2 wrote:I bought
http://www.doctoredlocks.com/catalog/Le ... Body-18-in./
back in august. It is still looking perfect! Its remy but it is much more affordable!

I still use it at east 4times a week. I was it once a week and let it dry on its own (sometimes with a blow dying in a rush) Brush it straighten it all that.

The only problem I have with this is the body wave lost its wave on the first wash and just couldn't return.

But for this price it's amazing!

http://www.doctoredlocks.com/catalog/Le ... -Straight/

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Re: Remi vs regular, is remi really better?

Post by LongHairDontCare » Tue Oct 17, 2017 10:22 pm

Usually "remy" means the cuticles are in alignment (better quality/longevity) and "remi" is a brand name and doesn't necessarily mean the same thing. Just my experience!

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Re: Remi vs regular, is remi really better?

Post by SJhairextensions » Thu Nov 16, 2017 3:33 am

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Re: Remi vs regular, is remi really better?

Post by Shirley Xie » Thu Nov 23, 2017 8:49 am

You have to make it clear what's your "regular" mean? does that mean non-remy or virgin? Non-remy hair cuticle is not interacted, it run in different correction so this kind of hair won't last for long time usually 3~6months, both remy hair and virgin hair are cuticle aligned hair, the difference is the virgin hair is cuticle aligned when people cut it from donor, the remy hair is not original cuticle aligned when it's collected, human make it run in same direction thought one procedure. Remy hair usually last for 6~12 month while virgin hair last for more than 1 year or even longer time with proper care and maintenance. If you can't understand my reply, please go check more detail explain here http://www.elesisvirginhair.com/blog/Vi ... yhair.html

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