Lately the biggest hair crave is the Indian Remi hair (blue and black box) but I have tried the hair and it does not live up to the hype. Although the hair is pretty, it sheds to much for the price. After about three weeks, the hair frizzes like any other weave. Also it is not purely virgin indian hair. It has been chemically processed and is not 100% remy. Just a high percentage of the hair is remy. I will say it is one of the better remy brands in the moderate price brands.
I suggest buying vigin indian remy hair by the oz. Although the hair is pricey, the wear and quality is worth it. It can last from 5 months to 7 months which is technically cheaper than buying indian remy every couple weeks which can run you up to or more than $200. Also it looks more natural because it doesn’t have the shine caused from the coating on weaves. Currently, I have Juno Hair extra virgin indian remy which I do like.
For all weaves: Even though it is not your own hair, try to use minimum heat. For hair with chemical processing (Human, Remy, Indi Remy, etc) excessive heats strips the coating on the hair causing it to look frizzy and tangle. So when using heat, make sure you use heat protection.
Make sure your hair stays moisturized. Especially for Virgin Indian Remy hair. Wash the hair every three days and let conditioner sit on the hair for minimum of 5 minutes to give the hair moisture. Then wash out with luke warm water.