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What a wig happened before it gets to you?

What a wig happened before it gets to you?

When you wear and comb the wigs on your head and marvel at how gorgeous and realistic they are, are you curious about how they came from?

Actually, they have traveled a long time before they reach you. Please give me some time and let me tell you what they all went through

First of all, the hair must grow to the appropriate length. The average monthly hair grows about 1/2 inch. In other words, it can only grow 6 inches in one year.

The second step is to collect human hair, which is mainly done by hawkers. The main countries of wigs' suppliers are China, Brazil, India, Peru, Myanmar, and so on. Don't worry that will harm women. Factually, women can get super high remuneration for selling their hair (human hair is also called black gold).

Third, when the acquisition of human hair is completed, they will be shipped to China. Believe it or not, 80% of the world's wigs are made in China, and that proportion is still rising. In addition, 95% of the world's high-end luxury wigs are produced in Qingdao, China.

Fourthly, when the materials arrive China will be shipped to the factory, after goes through more than 20 processes they will be made for many kinds of wigs.

Fifth, after the wigs are completed, the factory will wholesale the wigs to the suppliers, who will distribute the wigs to Amazon, AliExpress, and other websites for sale. Of course, some factories will set up their own websites, such as us-Ygwigs, to better serve customers and collect product feedback in time.

Finally, when you see a dazzling array of wig products on the website, That means the wig is only one step away from you. You only need to place an order on the website, and when the supplier sees the order, they will pack your wig and notify the courier to send the package to you. It may only take 2-5 days for you to receive it.

So now you know what a wig happened before it gets to you. Please cherish them because they are hard-won.

When you wear and comb the wigs on your head and marvel at how gorgeous and realistic they are, are you curious about how they came from?

Actually, they have traveled a long time before they reach you. Please give me some time and let me tell you what they all went through

First of all, the hair must grow to the appropriate length. The average monthly hair grows about 1/2 inch. In other words, it can only grow 6 inches in one year.

The second step is to collect human hair, which is mainly done by hawkers. The main countries of wigs' suppliers are China, Brazil, India, Peru, Myanmar, and so on. Don't worry that will harm women. Factually, women can get super high remuneration for selling their hair (human hair is also called black gold).

Third, when the acquisition of human hair is completed, they will be shipped to China. Believe it or not, 80% of the world's wigs are made in China, and that proportion is still rising. In addition, 95% of the world's high-end luxury wigs are produced in Qingdao, China.

Fourthly, when the materials arrive China will be shipped to the factory, after goes through more than 20 processes they will be made for many kinds of wigs.

Fifth, after the wigs are completed, the factory will wholesale the wigs to the suppliers, who will distribute the wigs to Amazon, AliExpress, and other websites for sale. Of course, some factories will set up their own websites, such as us-Ygwigs, to better serve customers and collect product feedback in time.

Finally, when you see a dazzling array of wig products on the website, That means the wig is only one step away from you. You only need to place an order on the website, and when the supplier sees the order, they will pack your wig and notify the courier to send the package to you. It may only take 2-5 days for you to receive it.

So now you know what a wig happened before it gets to you. Please cherish them because they are hard-won.

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