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  • How do I book an appointment?
    The first page you go to when you visit is our booking page. If you are on a mobile device simply scroll down. A little below our address, you will see a drop down box labeled "our services". Drop the box down to your desired category (sew ins, ponytails, wigs etc). Once you select your desired service scroll down to choose a service. Once you select your service you will be presented with a very detailed description of what that particular service entails. If that's what your looking for select book now and our system will pull you through from there. If you are on a computer, scroll down. Under our address select the tab for the service you are looking for. Once you select your desired service you will be presented with a very detailed description of what that particular service entails. If that's what your looking for select book now and our system will pull you through from there.
  • What time do you close?
    We are open 24 hours a day 7 days a week. There is an extra fee for working outside of our normal business hours. Our regular business hours a 9AM to 6:29PM. If your appointment start time is outside of these normal business hours there is an extra fee. If your appointment is on a Monday-Thursday that fee is an extra $70. If your appointment is on a Friday-Sunday that fee is an extra $80. There is also an $80 fee for appointments booked on a holiday.
  • Do you take walk ins?
    No we do not take walk ins. You must book your appointment online. We do not take appointments over the phone. If you need help booking your appointment, you can give us a call and we will walk you through making an appointment.
  • How do I know what service to select?
    Every single service on our site has a description. Simply click on the desired service and it will describe exactly what the service entails. If that's the service your looking for click book online and our site will pull you through from there.
  • Can I bring my own hair or does Weave Central provide hair?
    If you want to bring your own hair you can! If you would like to purchase hair from us, you can simply click on Luxury Hair in the site menu to see the different varieties of bundles and lace that we have available. If you are looking to purchase a wig you can click on either Wigs by Leah or Wigs by Jeff in the site menu to purchase. Some of our services have hair already included along with the service. For example you may see a partial sew in basic w/raw hair included. Select those services to add hair to your appointment automatically. Purchasing hair this way does not guarantee the length and inch will be in stock. That is why on every service we tell clients to click on the luxury hair tab. Hair purchased under the luxury hair tab has an up to date inventory of our bundles and lace. If the desired service you want does have "hair included" after it then you can click on the luxury hair tab to add hair to your cart.
  • What's the Difference between Raw and Virgin Hair?
    Raw Hair VS Virgin Hair- What's The Difference Between Raw Hair and Virgin Hair? As the popularity of hair extensions grow, consumers are becoming more and more educated about options available to them in regards to price, quality and variety. With so many different types of hair extensions on the market today- from wigs to bundles to raw hair to virgin hair and so much more- it becomes hard to understand the true meaning of what’s really out there in hair extensions. Listen, whether you’re a newbie or connoisseur of extensions there’s a few fundamentals of what you need to know about human hair weave extensions. We will be discussing the difference between raw hair and virgin hair. I know I know as you’re reading this you’re probably thinking to yourself, “wait a minute aren’t they the same thing”? Look if you wanted to be a completely satisfied customer or clientele of any hair company, you’ve got to know what you’re investing you’re hard earn money in. so, lets dive right in. What is Raw Hair? Raw hair is exactly as the name applies; Raw, unprocessed, 100% human hair. When you think about unprocessed this means it has not undergone ANY chemical, heat or steam processing. Raw hair is the most purest and natural form of hair available on the market. Raw hair is great in that the quality is top notch and can literally last you years. The downside to raw hair is the availability of variety. When it comes to raw hair manufactures are sourcing the hair directly from donors and then the hair undergoes a rigorous sanitizing process. Most donors are from India, Cambodia, Vietnam and Burma. Raw hair is usually less silky and very slightly closer to coarser textures when compared to virgin hair. The beauty and the beast of Raw hair is that no two bundles are the same. They won’t be very different form each other but never identical and that's because the hair is not steamed to from uniformed patterns. The definition of raw hair used to imply that the hair was not only chemically and heat unprocessed but also single donor. Single donor hair is a bundle of hair that is cut only from one donor. With the demand of raw hair it’s become increasing difficult for larger hair business companies to provide a full bundle of single donor hair consistently. So, raw hair can also mean multiple donors as long as the hair is not processed in any way. What kind of Raw Hair is there? Great question! Here are the most popular types of raw hair: Raw Indian – Highlights: Raw Indian hair is extremely popular and favored by clientele and usually comes in those lighter brown colors- which may be a pro if you need to blend it with lighter colored natural leave outs. Raw Vietnamese- Highlights: Raw Vietnamese is bomb in their straight texture. Super smooth and are perfect for those smooth sleek looks. The texture is also great for blending with natural hair. Raw Cambodian – Raw Cambodian hair is very full body and most known to have curlier styles available What is Virgin Hair? Ok, phew we`ve pretty much summed up raw hair and can now move on to the heavy hitter which is Virgin hair. Virgin hair is a much more popular term in the world of hair extensions. Just about every hair company claims to carry virgin hair and if not educated properly you can get scammed and lose out on thousands of dollars and end up with jacked up hair. No girl, we don`t play that! Education is Key! Virgin hair is a term for hair that has never been chemically processed. Chemically processed hair is hair that has been color treated, permed, relaxed, bleached or dyed. Why do companies chemically process hair? The short answer is it looks nice. Remember the golden ages of “pack hair”- hair that was literally sold in a pack at your local beauty supply store? Remember how beautiful and shiny the hair was? Well that was because the hair was chemically processed. Chemical processing gives hair extensions a more uniform and beautiful appearance. It coats the hair with silicone's that make it shinier and more appealing. The downside of this type of hair was once you washed it the hair was no longer “good”. It would matte, shed, tangle and even change colors. Why are we bringing up “pack hair”, you may ask when talking about virgin hair. Well here’s the skinny! The truth is many companies are selling you pack hair at bundle prices. "Virgin hair" that companies are claiming to be virgin but yet has undergone a color treatment, bleaching or other chemical process. The Types of Processing So lets recap! We`ve already mentioned a few type of processing that hair can undergo including hair that has been color treated, permed, relaxed, bleached or dyed. This type of processing all falls under the umbrella of chemical processing. There is another type of processing that hair extensions undergo called steam processing which is much less harsh on the hair and if done well improves the quality and longevity of the hair. Not to mention it looks beautiful. Real virgin hair in today’s market is now defined as hair that has only been steamed processed. Steam processing or steaming allows for the creating of those hot exotic and unique styles like, body wave, deep wave, mink or silky straight, Italian curl or Spanish wave, kinky curl, tight curl, curly wave, loose wave, kinky straight, 4C Afro kinky, natural wave, Bomb Blonde and so much more. Industry standards for hair extensions is so much different than what it was just a few years ago. In fact the definition of virgin hair in 2016 would automatically imply the hair you were purchasing was single donor unprocessed hair. The market has changed rapidly since. The beauty industry is an ever evolving industry and the hair market reflects that. What’s great about virgin hair is that hair weave bundles look identical to one another which make for an effortless sew-in weave or wig. Also, with a manufacture or trusted hair company that has perfected their steaming process your hair can last you a very long time while preserving the style and pattern you bought it in. What are some kinds of virgin hair that exist on the market? The most popular kinds of virgin hair are: Peruvian – coarser, thicker, durable Brazilian – light, shiny, silky Malaysian – heavier, softer, silkier Please be aware that hair does not originate from the countries and areas they are named after. These are more so industry created names that help to market hair and sometimes reference a type of quality for that particular company. Genuine raw hair, on the other hand, originates from its source. So Raw Indian hair comes from India and Vietnamese hair from Vietnam and so on and so forth! Should I buy Raw Hair or Virgin Hair? Which one is better? OK so before we getting into the answer for that here's a little cheat sheet that helps summarize this article and may help you in your choice. CHEAT SHEET GUIDE ON CHOOSING BETWEEN RAW AND VIRGIN HAIR 1. Raw hair is significantly different from virgin hair. Both are human hair extensions; however, raw hair not been altered. Virgin hair has been steamed processed to give it texture ie deep wave, loose wave etc. Raw hair has not been steamed processed or chemically altered in any way and will behave just like human hair growing out of your hair. This is why Raw Hair requires more love, care and attention. 2. Raw hair does require different maintenance from virgin hair. As unusual as it may seem, raw hair needs a lot of moisturizing and conditioning. I highly recommend using quality products, only. Of course, you can use TresEmme and Pantene, but I guarantee you, that if you use a brand like Paul Mitchell and Nexxus instead, you will notice a big difference. Please note the products used on virgin hair won't alter the actual pattern in any way. 3. Raw hair is usually better quality but in keep in mind it will be more expensive. Unlike virgin hair, raw hair can last up to 4 years or more. Prices can start at $180 for one bundle in a shorter length and will continue to rise, depending on the vendor. Quality virgin hair can be pricey too but typically with raw hair, you will pay more. 4. Raw hair can be limited, while virgin hair is always in excess. Many sellers will run out of the hair and will have to wait a month or so for their next shipment to come in. So, keep that in mind when you’re planning your hairstyle. 5. Virgin hair comes in a variety of origins and textures. Unlike raw hair, which only comes in a few textures and usually one to three origins, like Cambodian, Indian, and Vietnamese. You have more of a variety with virgin. Virgin hair textures and patterns have names that range from Brazilian, Malaysian, Peruvian, Mongolian, etc. (keeping in mind these names don't have anything to do with their true origin but are more so intended to describe the quality of the hair. virgin hair extensions also have a variety of textures like kinky curly, body wave, deep curly, afro kinky , loose curl, deep curl etc. While raw hair is more expensive, the investment and maintenance is worth it. It can last up to four years and you can always make a wig or clip-ins out of it. This is what you really need to know when it come to Raw Hair Vs. Virgin Hair: it’s a matter of preference! Ask yourself do you like the slightly coarser more natural advantage that raw hair provides or do you want the trendy styles, textures and patterns that virgin hair provides. There’s pros and cons to each and in both types you’re going to have a great hair if you purchase your hair through a great hair company such as ours. Good hair is great hair whether its raw or virgin! We hope this helps answers any questions about Raw Hair Vs Virgin Hair, knowing the difference and choosing what's best for you!
  • How do I know what service to select?
    Every single service on our site has a description. Simply click on the desired service and it will describe exactly what the service entails. If that's the service your looking for click book online and our site will pull you through from there.
  • How much does the hair cost? What types do we offer?
    In the site menu click on luxury hair to see the prices of the hair we have available. Currently we offer Raw Burmese and Virgin Remy bundles and lace. Currently we have straight, body wave, deep wave, and kinky straight in Virgin Remy. In Raw Burmese we offer straight, body wave, and deep wave.
  • How do I add additional services onto my appointment?
    Choose your desired service. On the booking page you can add those additional services that you need in the "add your message box".
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