My Virgin Indian Hair From HairAreUs After Nearly 5 Months…

4 Oct

So lately I’ve been trying a new brand of wavy virgin indian hair that I actually really like.

The hair is from and looked like this after my first install in May:

Since then I’ve been trying out various  different styles.
I initially only used 2 1/2 bundles (26, 26, and 1/2 pack of 22)…but since then I’ve put all three packs in my hair. ( 26, 26,22)

Since May I’ve straightened this hair, wash, conditioned, blow dried it and tried out various styling products to bring out the curls in this hair’s natural texture.

Now that this hair’s getting older I have noticed some shedding and some frizz…but it’s still manageable and definitely less severe than with store bought hair.

The best thing about this hair?

The price.

HairAreUs sells their hair, any bundle…any inch for $125—a steal when you consider that they go up to 30 inches.

I’m loving it so far and I’m pretty sure my next purchase will be with them again.

My next plan is to OMBRE color it…so let’s see how this works. *crosses fingers*

What do you think about this hair ladies???

Check out some of my other looks with this virgin indian (low premium) hair from

Twitter: @HairAreUs




4 Responses to “My Virgin Indian Hair From HairAreUs After Nearly 5 Months…”

  1. October 11, 2011 at 6:07 pm #

    Very cute! and i really like the wavy hair looks like beach vacation hair. and love your eyebrows.

  2. Jenn November 17, 2011 at 12:24 am #


  3. Hanifah Akbar February 21, 2012 at 7:48 pm #

    I know the ladies that sell this hair, but I’ve never seen it until now!! Cute Danielle!!

  4. Nicole paris February 1, 2013 at 1:51 am #

    How is the hair now can u install the hair again?

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