The hair that is used in Great Lengths hair extensions goes through a process of being double-drawn.
This is a laborious manual process the hair goes through to remove all the unwanted short hair. Great Lengths perform this process twice- hence the term “Double Drawn” which ensures that the volume and thickness of the Great Lengths human hair extensions strand is consistent all throughout its length.
These important processes are only a small part of what Great Lengths does to safeguard its legendary quality. Great Lengths ensures that you receive hair extensions that look and behave exactly like your own hair – completely natural.
Brushed Hair (also known as “fallen hair”)
Brushed Indian hair is often marketed as Indian Temple hair when in fact the truth is that this hair may be of Indian origin but the sourcing happens in the streets of India.
Brushed Indian hair refers to the process where every day tens of millions of Indian women collect hair from their brushes and floors to sell to the “rag pickers”
or door-to-door hair traders. The problem with this is that the hair is of poor quality and the method of collection means that the hair is often presented as a ball of yarn with the hair cuticle mixed in all different directions (non-remi).
The hair is cheap to purchase but should not be used in hair extensions because the cuticles face in both directions this will cause inevitable tangling and matting. Unethical hair extension companies use many cosmetic processes to disguise the poor quality.