Backed by our immense experience in this field, we are engaged in providing finest quality Curly Bulk Hair. Procured from certified vendors, our team of professionals thoroughly clean and wash this hair in order to provide best quality output. This hair gives entirely different look to the wearer that is very well appreciated by clients. Our offered hair can be availed in various styles and lengths as per the demands of clients. To prevent from moisture and any impurities, this Curly Bulk Hair is packed in suitable packaging material.
Various Features of Curly Bulk Hair:
- Smooth texture
- Uniform strand
- Comfortable to wear
- Knit free
FAQs of Curly Bulk Hair
Q: What is Curly Bulk Hair?
A: Bulk Curly Hair refers to bundles of human hair with a curly texture that are sold in bulk, typically without being pre-attached to a weft or used for making wigs or extensions. It provides flexibility for customization during installation.
Q: Is Curly Bulk Hair made from real human hair?
A: Yes, Bulk Curly Hair is typically made from 100% real human hair. This ensures a natural appearance and the ability to style and treat the hair just like your own.
Q: How is Curly Bulk Hair different from wefted hair?
A: Bulk Curly Hair is not sewn onto a weft like machine weft or hand-tied weft hair. It comes in loose bundles, allowing for more versatility in installation methods and styling.
Q: Can Curly Bulk Hair be colored and styled?
A: Yes, Bulk Curly Hair can generally be colored and styled like natural hair. You can use heat styling tools, dye it, or use styling techniques to achieve different looks while maintaining the curly texture.
Q: How long does Curly Bulk Hair last?
A: The lifespan of Bulk Curly Hair can vary depending on factors such as the quality of the hair, care, and maintenance. On average, with proper care, it can last several months to over a year.
Q: How is Curly Bulk Hair installed?
A: Bulk Curly Hair can be installed using various methods, depending on personal preference and the expertise of your stylist. Common installation methods include sewing, gluing, braiding, or fusion techniques.