This hair was ok but these bundles were not at all 100 grams. I pulled it out the package and it was jet black which let me know the hair was dyed but it was soft and had a very yaki feel and look to it. Kind of like pack hair that you get from the beauty supply but softer and flows. The hair came folded with 2 gold ties securing the wefts. I took a closer look at the hair and couldn’t tell if it was a blend or not. The hair had a very high luster almost synthetic looking. I haven’t had to test hair to see if it was human for a very long time so I did the burn test and it passed.
The burn test is not always the best method because the quality of new age fibers they are using for synthetic hair blended with actual human hair can create an ash when burnt. So then I cut a little piece and used my curling wand on high heat and curled the piece of hair. I held it for 30 seconds using a heat protectant. With synthetic or blended hair you cannot get a tight curl using a wand or hold it for a long period because the hair will melt. This hair not only curled tight but it actually held the curl while I was combing it out. So that let me know it was real human hair. I made a wig using all the bundles.
I washed and deep conditioned the wig then let it air dry. Once the hair dried it was a beautiful texture. It looks like relaxed or pressed African American hair. So textured, pretty and shiny. The ends were a little thin but nothing to crazy. I knew I wanted a short blunt bob since that look is hot right now. So I cut the hair and flat ironed it with only one pass using my heat protectant and the chase method. And BAYBAY when I tell you that this hair is good it really is.