Riverwood #613 Blonde Straight Bundle 10A Grade Virgin Human Hair

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Brand: Riverwood

  • Hair Material: 100% Human Virgin Hair.
  • Hair Type: 10A Unprocessed Virgin Indian Hair
  • Hair Weft: Machine Double Weft.
  • Chemical Processing: None.
  • Color Type: #613 Blonde
  • Hair Quality: Tangle Free, Thick End, Healthy End.
  • Hair Length: 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26 inches.


Treat Your Straight Hair Weave Like a Baby

Try not to rash with your extensions, for example, pulling, scratching, or bothersome taking care. These are the essential drivers of going bald, which will accomplish more harm than great.


Brushing or Combing

Carefully brush or brush your extensions using an oar brush or wide-tooth brush. Brush the hair from the root as you work your way up to the root. Hold the hair at the root while brushing to stay away from strain.


Applying with Hair Products

Try not to apply too many hair products, specifically on the hair extensions, which could harm the piece. Abstain from utilizing excessively gels, creams, oils, or mousse since this can cause tangles and harm. To include dampness and keep it delicate. Additional care ought to be taken if you utilize rollers, level iron, twisting, or pleating gadgets.


Store Your Straight Weave Properly

One of the fundamental reasons why a hair extension piece would get harmed is when it is presented to the components or rubbed with different items. Store your hair extensions in a tidy free box with no other stuff in it or hang it legitimately inside a bureau. Store it in a way that rubbing with different items could have stayed away from.


Cleaning Your Hair Weave

Hair washing. Brush out your hair, so it is without tangle before you get it wet, or else it will get significantly more knotty. Rinse your hair thoroughly. 

Shampoo your hair. Pour a cleanser a quarter into your hand, and froth it up by rubbing your hands together. Work the cleaner into your hair, scouring the scalp with your fingertips, and being mindful so as not to growl the finishes excessively (i.e., heaping it up over your head). Hair ought not be shampooed day by day. Twice per week on the off chance that you can or each other day. On the off chance that you have sleek hair, make an effort not to scour the scalp. It causes an overproduction of oil.

 Condition your hair. A decent conditioner will help keep your hair healthy and will make it simpler to unwind in the wake of shampooing. If you have dry hair, you should utilize a saturating conditioner. Be that as it may, you should use an essential conditioner on your hair ends just to help counteract over-molding on the off chance that you have slick hair.

How to Care Blonde Hair Bundle Extension? 

Want to go blonde hair with our Riverwood Bundle? Make sure you pick up the right toner. You probably already know that to comfort your hair, you have to use bleach. To achieve a natural-looking blonde rather than a vulgar yellow or bold orange, you need to apply a hair toner to your bleached mane. How does it work, you ask? Here are the details.


How Does Hair Toner Work?

Yes. Even you are using high-quality blonde hair bundles from us, and you still need to pay attention to take care of the blonde color for the long run. When you lighten your hair, the bleach must work throughout each of those pigments to lift the stain away. Depending on how long you leave the bleach in, your hair may still have plain brassy undertones. That’s where hair toner comes in.

Hair toner works to change your hair’s undertone. It won’t completely alter your hair color, but it will help you manage the naturally blonde or lightened locks shade. In a nutshell, hair toner products neutralize unwanted warm or brassy tones to help you reach a shinier, healthier, more natural-looking shade.


When Should I Use Hair Toner?

Any time you apply bleach to your straight strands, you’ll need an excellent toner to neutralize unwanted undertones. Toners can take bright yellow or golden hair to a more natural-looking grimy, ashy, or platinum blonde. And they can be a lifesaver if your bleach job has gone wrong and you’re now walking around with a brassy orange mane.

You can even implement hair toner to targeted areas, such as highlights or roots, to change the shade. The trick is choosing the right toner to achieve the shade you want.


How Do I Use Toner?

Once you know which type and color toner to use, toning your hair is as easy as 1-2-3. Here’s how to tone bleached hair and keep it looking natural.

  1. Mix your toner with a developer in a 1:2 ratio.
  2. Use an applicator brush to work the mixture into your hair, focusing on the areas with unwanted undertones.
  3. Leave the toner in for up to 45 minutes, rinse, wash with a moisturizing shampoo and deep condition.

Color-treated hair fades over time, and bleach blonde hair develops brassy tones as it oxidizes. Refresh your color with a toner every 6-8 weeks to keep that natural, healthy-looking blonde.

What Type of Toner Should I Use?

Natural blondes and bleach-blondes with bright yellow or golden undertones can often tone out unwanted warm shades with a simple purple shampoo. The purple neutralizes warm, brassy tones for a more relaxed, more natural-looking blonde.

But if you’re going through a more dramatic color change, purple shampoos alone may not cut it. You may need a more robust, ammonia-based toner, especially if your bleach job has resulted in brassy orange locks. The trick is choosing the right color toner to achieve the gorgeous blonde shade you desire.

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  1. Washing: Wash your hair extensions regularly prevent them from getting dried out. Wet your hair with warm water, pour a dime-sized amount of shampoo into your palm, then massage it into your scalp and through your extension. Rinse out the shampoo, then repeat this two more times. Do not hold your head upside down to rinse, as this can cause tangles.
  2. Conditioning: Pour a dime-sized amount of conditioner into your palms and smooth it over your hair. Rub gently with your fingertips, then cover with a shower cap and wait about 20 minutes.
  3. Brushing: The hair is easily damaged while it is wet. Hold your hair tight near the roots when brushing, or press your hand flat against the ‘glued seam’ on your head to avoid pulling or tugging at the bond.
  4. Drying: Dry your hair thoroughly. Weaves can get moldy and smell like mildew if left damp. To avoid this, be sure to dry your completely any time you get it wet. If possible, let it air dry.
  5. Styling: Apply alcohol-free pomade to your edges. A little bit of light, alcohol-free pomade on your edges will tame frizz and keep your hair looking great.

Normally 3 bundles can make a full head. For over 22 inches,4 bundles hair is highly recommended.

Many customers are confused about the best grade hair extensions with mentioning hair grade, or what is the best grade of hair to buy? There are a lot of discussions about different hair grades because human hair extensions have become more and more popular in the past two decades, and the human hair market in the US has been now getting bigger with all kinds of attachments.

To distinguish the different qualities of virgin hair, the suppliers have developed a hair grading system. A special notice is that the hair grade system is only for Real human hair, not designed for other materials, such as synthetic hairs.

You may overhear Virgin hair and Remy hair terms synonymously, but these two have completely different definitions. Sometimes, you may use one phrase to describe the other, but you would not be doing it right. One thing in common is that they are 100% Human hair. Any harmful chemicals should not process Virgin hair. Another characteristic of Virgin hair is that all the hair comes from one donor.

As mentioned before, Virgin hair has not been processed by any harmful bleaches, including perms or color dye. The main difference between Remy hair and Virgin hair is that the Remy hair donor is more likely used to dye, bleach, or treat their hair, while Virgin hair donors didn’t use any chemicals at all and will always come as it is without having to be prepared.


 The quality also relates to the care to ensure that all hairs are close to the same length and don't have split ends or damage. The higher the grade of hair, the more time taken to make sure there are no imperfections. The current grading system goes from 3a hair to 10a hair, and it ranges from company to company.

Our Riverwood brand of 8A hair may not be the same as another, as there is no regulating body that controls what can be considered 6A, 7A, 8A, 9A, or 10A hair. 

  1. Material

100% virgin Remy hair is the best material to avoid shedding and tangle. Virgin Remy human hair has original features and cuticles, smooth for touch, natural luster around the hair will bring the most natural and fashionable looking after worn.


  1. Production procedure

Production without any harmful chemical component will be highly recommended for your health. Each bundle is made of 100% Remy human hair from a single donor like Brazilian hair, Indian hair, Chinese hair, and other hair. All the products here we promise 100% human natural hair, no tangle, no shedding.


  1. Single or double sewing wefts

Compare with single stitch weft, and double stitch wefts can better avoid hair shedding. Double weft extensions are two wefts of hair sewn together on the same seem as you would a single weft extension. Double weft extensions are brilliant for adding a lot of volume without having to have loads of clips.

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Autumn Turner

Hair was fine for 613 hair just lack moisture. It's kind of dry