Queen Virgin Remy Reviews – *Do NOT Buy*
- Affordability Rating 88% 88%
- Smell Rating 68% 68%
- Silkiness Rating 51% 51%
- Shed Rating 42% 42%
- Does it Last? 64% 64%
Queen Virgin Remy's Overall Rating
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****Update as of May 2018 ***
At this point we are no longer recommending Queen Virgin Remy hair for anyone who want’s a quality weave that will last. Instead, we are fully supporting Mayvenn Hair as the #1 alternative. Right now, we’ve tested and feel Mayveen hair is much better quality. Find out more below:
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Why Is Queen Virgin Remy A Fan Favorite?
When it comes to hair, I have a favorite saying that goes something like this, “Life is too short to have boring hair.” Indeed, nobody likes dull and boring hair. We always want to have beautiful, healthy and smooth hair, but not everyone is lucky enough to have such hair. This doesn’t mean that you can’t have good hair, thanks to the availability of a variety of hair extensions on the market. However, it is important to note that not all hair extensions are made equal. When you search for hair extensions, you’ll come across hundreds of brands. It is important to do your research before settling down for a particular brand. Even though I review hair extensions after trying that particular brand, I still read other consumer and expert reviews before buying one. I have written a great amount of reviews on hair extensions and my pick for this month is Queen Virgin Remy. Well, you might have heard of this popular brand. In this review, I will look at the good, the bad and the ugly. To give you intelligent insight into Queen Virgin Remy hair extensions, I personally gave it a shot. I wore the extensions for almost five months. Relative to the best hair extensions I have tried and reviewed in the past, the Queen Virgin Remy is satisfactory. I can say it is above average, but it comes with both pluses and minuses.
Queen Virgin Remy claims that it sells virgin hair extensions made of Peruvian, Brazilian, Malaysian, and Indian hair. Well, we technically can’t prove it, but based on the great quality of hair, we can attest the claim to be true. For the sake of this review, I conducted some research and found some reviews that claim that Queen Virgin Remy hair extensions use fake hair. My personal experience counters those claims because I found it good (though not best) when it comes to tangling, shedding, and coloring.
Ordering and Shipping
I placed my order online on the website of Queen Virgin Remy. Though shipping took long, when the hair arrived, it was good. It was the same I saw and ordered on their website. Placing the order was also seamless and a comfortable experience. The prices of Queen Virgin Remy hair extensions are reasonable and any women looking for satisfactory hair extensions at affordable prices can buy them with ease.
Appearance of the Hair
Overall, the hair was beautiful with exquisite texture and volume. Even though the extension shed around ten strands on day 1, I sealed the wefts, and it stopped. I wore the extension to my cousin wedding, and they remained almost undetectable (And two of my friends commented that they were beautiful and asked where I bought them).
Tangling and Life Expectancy
My experience with Queen Virgin Remy was delightful, especially because there was the only little issue of tangling. The hair doesn’t tangle much possibly because the manufacturer has used good grade hair in its products. You can expect some tangling when you go out in the rain with your hair extension on. Otherwise, it is good. Queen Virgin Remy can serve you for eight months to a year at most. It is important to take great care of your hair, otherwise the life expectancy of the hair will be shorter.
Some people claim that Queen Virgin Remy hair is similar to cheap hair bought via Ali Express and that the products are chemically processed in China. Well, I did my research and found that the claimants have no factual evidence to prove what they claim. They have little information to prove that Queen Virgin Remy hair is chemically treated. Based on my experience with the hair, I can say with confidence that the strands are original though they don’t come from a single donor. I dyed the hair, and it picked color well, meaning that it has not been chemically treated or processed. Hair extensions that receive chemical treatment perform poorly when you try to dye them.
Shedding and Itching
Shedding does occur, but not as much as it occurs with cheap, Chinese brands. From month three onwards, you’ll notice 5-10 strands shedding each day. That is completely negligible and manageable. It also depends on how often you wear your extension and whether or not you take care of it. And when it comes to itching, you’ll notice a little bit of it during the first few days. This occurs because the extension takes some time to adjust to the new environment. The wefting is good, and it didn’t create any discomfort for me.
Swimming with the Extensions
You can swim with Queen Virgin Remy hair, but make sure not to stay too long in the swimming pool with this extension. You will notice mild stickiness and flatness when you expose it to gushes of water for longer.
Queen Virgin Remy hair comes packed in a good packaging. You will absolutely love it. It is easy to unpack, but be careful when taking the hair out of the box because there are chances for tangling and shedding if you use too much force.
Hair Care and Maintenance
Queen Virgin Remy hair extensions need regular care and maintenance. If you seriously want to increase the life of your hair, take good care of your locks, and they’ll remain beautiful and serve you longer.
To sum it up, Queen Virgin Remy extensions are above average much like hair from Indique. If you are looking for decent hair extensions, go for these, and I bet you’ll love them. However, if you are looking for the best quality, premium hair extension, Queen Virgin Remy is not for you.