Silky Indian Straight Hair-Fabulous

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Resilient, silky, and robust, straight hair is an often-coveted, universally flattering hair type. It’s always in style, and it gives a sleek, put-together look to the person wearing it — one of the reasons hair straighteners have become popular. At Beautyforever hair, we want you to feel beautiful no matter what your hair type, but whether you have straight hair, or are just interested in getting there, read on for more details.

Pros of straight hair

 It’s tough. Since it’s easy for the natural oil from the scalp (sebum) to make its way down to the hair shaft, straight hair has all the nourishment it needs, and can handle serious brushing and styling.

Mirror-like shine. Women with straight hair can hold off on the extra shine serum. The straight surface of the hair reflects more light, and therefore more shine.

It’s easy to grow out. One of the best parts about straight hair is that it’s easy to grow long and strong. The resilience and hydration it gets from the sebum also make it less prone to split ends and breakage. Dryness? Not usually a problem.

Indian remy hair offers soft luxurious body and a natural look, perfect for extensions and weaves. Our Straight virgin Indian hair weave comes in natural colors that can be dyed to suit your personal style. This hair has all it cuticle in-tact and running in the same direction making it long last tangle free hair. Clips can be added to make clip-in-extensions for easier quick additions to your natural hair. This hair is the longest lasting and most durable hair you can buy. Natural color include 1b sometime we have it in #2 , but you have to request when you place your order.

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