The raw materials of wig products are mainly composed of human hair and synthetic hair.

Several common raw materials of human hair

Indian hair: Some Indian women donate their long hairs to the local temple to show their religiosity. The temples sell the hair to different buyers. Indian hair become a most common material of human-hair wigs. Compared with Chinese hair, it’s thinner and more shiny. Some long-size range materials, such as 30” 32” can be found in Indian hair.

Chinese hair: As a large population country, China has abundant hair resource. Chinese hair is straight and coarse, which is suitable for Yaki, Kinky and other textures. It’s also fit for some light color and colorful products to fix the tough problems after washing.

Malaysian Hair: Collected from the temple or bought from local women directly. It’s comparatively new in the market. The hair is thin and soft with natural curve. Can be made into Euro-America hair styles and other fancy styles.

Mongolian Hair: A kind of very rare material. Thinner than Chinese hair and thicker than Indian/Malaysian hair. Mainly used in Jewish wigs.

European Hair: It’s a common name for Euro-American hair. The hair is thin and soft, smooth with light color, however, the price is very expensive.

Brazilian Hair: A popular material collected from Brazil-South of America. The hair is soft and shiny with lots of natural curves.

Based on hair quality, it can be divided into Virgin hair and Remy hair.

Virgin hair: Without any chemical treatment. No damage on hair. The price is expensive.

Remy hair: May treated with some chemical products or dyed or ironed before. However, all hairs are still in the same direction.