Difference In Hair Types

There are subtle differences between the types of hair.
The differences are more apparent in the hair's reaction to water, heat or air drying.
For longer lasting curls on any of the hair, it is recommend to roller set hair with a hair setting lotion.

We also recommend 2-3 bundles for 10-18 inches and 3-4 bundles for 20-28 inches +

SIMILARITIES

1. They all have natural movement and will never tangle or shed unlike non-virgin hair.

2. They are all available in wavy, straight or curly textures.

3. The colors are not even through out the weft. You will get a few patches where strands maybe lighter or darker than the rest of the weft. This is normal and typical of hair from a sunny country where hair lightens with exposure to the sun.

4. A co-wash is recommended on all types of hair. For more information about co-washing

Brazilian:

Brazilian Hair is the most sought after texture on the market right
now. This hair is used diversely because of its softness, durability and
density (thickness). This texture is easiest to blend with most
ethnicities from some Caucasian textures to African American
relaxed textures. Brazilian hair is extremely luxurious and very soft
with a lot of body and natural shine. Its luster is low to medium.

Because of the density of Brazilian hair, you may not want to use as
many bundles as you would normally use with other textures to create a
full look. Due to its natural density, with this hair, less is
more.Also because of its density, it is less likely to frizz than other
hair types like Malaysian or Indian Hair. Brazilian hair will also hold
curls longer than Indian or Malaysian textures. This hair is extremely
versatile. It’s amazing!

Mongolian:

Mongolian hair is very rare due to Mongolia only having a population of 2.6 million people.
Mongolian hair is best described as in between Chinese and Malaysian hair. It is thinner and not coarse as
Chinese hair, but not quite as soft as Malaysian hair. Much more expensive to acquire this type of hair.

Malaysian:

Malaysian Hair is a highly sought after texture and a very popular option among
celebrities. Malaysian hair has an extremely luxurious feel and is sleek and shiny,
but not excessively shiny. Its luster is low to medium-similar to Brazilian hair.
This hair hold curls extremely well without the use of products.
It is generally very dark brown; close to black with some bundles may having lighter ends.
This hair blends very well with most hair types including African American.
It does not swell or frizz in humid conditions making it low maintenance.
This hair is amazing-you will love it!

Peruvian:

Peruvian Hair is the ultimate multi-purpose hair! It's extremely soft
and ultimately feather light! You can have up to five bundles of a
Peruvian hair installed yet still maintain a feathery light,
maintainable style. This hair is coarser in texture than Indian or
Brazilian hair and its luster is low to medium. It blends very well with
African-American relaxed hair textures and medium Caucasian hair
textures. This hair is Luxurious and another one of our favorites.

DO'S AND DON'TS

Air drying is highly recommended for all types of hair after washing and conditioning.

Perform a co-wash at least once every 2-3 weeks.

Try to always use a moisturizing leave in conditioner.

Avoid having to use any other grooming products between washes.

Use alcohol free serums or products on hair. This will not dry out the hair and make it frizzy.

Do not apply any heavy oils on hair as they will seep on to the hair
extension, in turn weighing it down and resulting in restricted movement
and potential tangling.