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1. Do you buy hair for wigs?
2. Do you know where I can sell my hair for a wig?

 

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Question 1 Do you buy hair for wigs?

Answer 1  AAAWigBiz.com is an Internet Directory Service. We neither buy nor sell hair for wigs. 

Question 2 Do you know where I can sell my hair for a wig?

Answer 2 Go to Selling your hair for wigs. There you will find one source for companies that may buy your hair if it is in very good condition and others that accepts donations of human hair for wigs for children with cancer. A very good cause if you are interested.

Seeking understanding? Human Hair used in making hair goods is obtained by the factories from people, (sometimes whole villages of people), who are contracted to grow hair for a certain length of time under "very specific conditions."  The hair, while being grown, must be protected from the elements and pollution by keeping it covered. Under "controlled conditions" the hair is usually of about the same condition and comes from the same group of people.  The hair is then "harvested."

Raw hair, because of these uncontrolled conditions, from other sources, such as people who have grown their hair long and even kept it in perfect condition, is rarely used by wig manufacturers since they do not know if the hair is the best quality nor, if it has been treated correctly and because the asking price is often too high especially in the United States.  To process an individuals hair, say from the United States, can cost as much as processing 25 heads of hair from a control group.

 
 

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