• Different types of OILS

    Oils for different types of mane

    Normal curls

    Normal they are neither greasy nor dry.  Jojoba, almond and amla oils are recommended for normal fuzz type.


    Dry hairs

    Dry hairstyles aredull, tangle easily and are prone to split-ends. The oil required for this purpose is the one that stimulates the sebaceous glands in the scalp to produce more oil. Almond, jojoba, coconut, sesame, mustard, cocoa-butter oils are recommended for dry fuzz type.


    Oily lock

    Oily curl are greasy generally because of over production of sebum by the sebaceous glands. So the type of oil that is required should be able to restore the sebaceous glands to normal. Olive, sesame, and jojoba oils are recommended for this curls type.


    Dandruff mane

    Essential oils can be very effective in minimizing dandruff on the scalp. The best essential oil for treating dandruff is tea-tree oil. You could also try out bhringaraj oil.


    Now lets us see some of the Oils which can be used for frizzies.

    Coconut Oil:It’s the best tress oil and gives healthy, soft, and lustrous tress. Coconut oil is a natural conditioner rich in vitamin E and antioxidants which repairs damaged mop. Coconut oil is known to penetrate into mop follicles and stimulating beard growth and moisturizes dry beard. Coconut oil makes wig softer and prevents wig breakage and split ends

    Sesame Oil: Sesame oil is used as base oil in many ayurvedic preparations for tresses growth, for example, bhringraj oil. Since sesame oil is anti-microbial, it treats a lot of scalp infections and fungal infections. Sesame is best when used as a hot oil treatment. It conditions tresses, nourishes scalp, and gets rid of dandruff and the vitamin E in the oil boosts mane growth.

    Olive oil: Olive oil is highly moisturizing mane oil, rich in vitamin E which is so important for locks growth. Olive oil has a high concentration of anti-oxidants which is good for both locks and skin. Olive oil is lightweight and contains oleic acid which easily penetrates the fleece shaft and locks in the moisture

    Argan Oil:It hydrates and moisturizes fleece, it penetrates fiber shafts and nourishes deeply. Argan oil is rich in anti-oxidants and repairs damaged fiber. The high vitamin E and vitamin F content repairs damaged curls and makes the curls lustrous. Argan oil also treats split ends. It is known as “liquid gold”

  • Final piece of Advice to Buyers

    1. If you visit India, please first visit the factory and office of the company from which you are going to purchase the curls before and then make the payment for your requirement as scheduled by you.
    2. You can enquire and discuss about the Indian companies with your excising local importers they could be a good source.
      3. Make sure the person is capable of handling your requirement.
      4. Do not make the mistake of going with the local people when you visit India. There are taxi people and touts who will take you to companies where they get good commission against your purchase.
      5. These taxi peoples takes to the some particular dealers lives in certain areas like Red hills and Avadi in Chennai-India, who sell the tress which is collected from post-mortem body in the hospital and died person mop from burial ground in very low cheap price which is collected from All over India which normally regular exporters do not touch this type of mop in awareness of bad elements, so this wig is sold in thrown away price.
      6, wig in low price this may lead to unhealthy tresses, which cannot be dyed
      or bleached all are henna tresses cheaply available in Chennai. My humble advice is that do not believe in touts and Taxi Drivers word who forces you to buy mane from this guys to make good commissions.

    If you cannot visit a factory no issues first try a sample order look for quality you want after you carefully zero in suppliers based on your requirements, gradually increase your orders before going in for bulk orders.

    Some of issues noted by mane buyers

    1. Short locks Mixing in braids
    2. Mixing of processed locks in Remy hairstyle
    3. Mixing some of the cheaper hairstyle from north India to south India.
    4. Artificially manipulating Textures of haircut.
    5. Washing of haircut not proper
    6. Using some cheap materials like shampoo, conditioner & water.
    7. Not supplying fibre after collecting money
    8. Mixing dye fibre in the Remy curls.

    It is hard earned money don’t get carried away by the false claim until and  unless you have dealt with them, Yes there are some good suppliers also you just need to spot them specially in  Chennai, India which is the hub for temple curls.

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