What’s the difference in different hair origins? Malaysian, indian, brazilian…etc… How To Select?
Many customers ask what is the difference between different origins and how should I choose?
The following are details of the different origins. I'm sure after you read this article, you will know how to choose the hair you need.
Indian virgin hair
It is the most versatile and easily available on the market. The hair density is very fine. It is naturally airy, light and elastic, and can be easily curled and molded. Indian hair moves effortlessly with minimal product. It also blends well with most hair textures. The texture of this hair varies from silky to slightly coarse. SalonReadyWig offers a wide variety of Indian hair such as Silk Straight Indian Virgin Hair, Italian Burn Indian Hair, Curved Straight Indian Hair, Deep Wave Indian Virgin Hair... Etc. These hairs have different cap-like structures.
Brazilian virgin hair
Brazilian hair is currently the most sought after hair type on the market. This hair is versatile because of its softness and durability. This texture blends most easily with most races, from some Caucasian textures like silk straight, loose waves, wet waves, to African American relaxed textures like Italian burn textures, squiggly curly textures. Brazilian hair is very luxurious, very soft, with a lot of body and natural shine. Its luster is low to medium. It is less likely to curl compared to other types of hair, such as Malaysian or Indian hair. Brazilians will also have longer curly hair than Indians or Malaysians. This style goes well with everything. It's amazing!
Peruvian virgin hair
Peruvian Hair is the ultimate versatile hair! It's very soft and eventually light as a feather! You can install up to five bundles of Peruvian hair and still maintain the feathered light, maintainable style. This hair is coarser in texture than Indian or Brazilian hair, with a low to medium shine. It is ideal for relaxed African-American hair and medium Caucasian hair. It's luxurious. It's one of our favorites.
Malaysian virgin hair
Malaysian hair is a highly sought after texture and a very popular choice among celebrities. Malaysian hair has a very luxurious feel, smooth and glossy, but not overly shiny. Its shine is low to medium, similar to Brazilian hair. This hair does a great job of keeping curls without the use of products. It is usually dark brown; Close to black, some bundles may have lighter ends. This hair blends in well with most hair types, such as curly hair and natural wavy hair. It will not expand or curl in wet conditions, making it low maintenance. This hair is great - you'll love it!
Mongolian virgin hair
The hair was fine and silky smooth. Color ranges from natural brown to light brown, sometimes golden. The hair has a rich texture, an oval cuticle, and each strand is thinner than the other hair types. The texture is naturally straight, but with some natural curls. It's similar in texture to Indian virgin hair, with a variety of textures, like a deep curl texture, a firm deep curl texture...
Cambodia virgin hair
Raw Cambodian hair comes from Cambodia and is known to have a medium shine. Cambodian hair comes in a variety of textures, ranging from natural filaments to heavy textures. Heavy textured hair is great for ethnic women and women with heavy textured hair, while smooth hair is great for women with naturally smooth hair.
Burmese virgin hair
Burmese hair comes from Burma. The texture of Burmese hair is perfect for those rough natural hair types. Burmese hair is healthy and elastic. It lasted a long time. The hair can remain wavy or be straightened to create a smooth look that will return to its original shape when washed. We have different curls and waves such as French curls, 8mm curls, curls...
Indonesian virgin hair
Blend perfectly with any textured hair. Extremely large, flexible, with the most natural appearance. Suitable for wavy or straight hair. This hair is naturally smooth and has a medium shine.
Most virgin hair has a variety of textures. If you're buying your hair for the first time, you may not feel the difference between all your hair and there's no need to obsess over the source of your hair. You can choose according to the texture you want. More wig via www.salonreadywig.com