Brazilian Hair comes from, you guessed it South American, not just Brazil. However, there are a lot of imposters on the market.
If you are looking for Brazilian hair make sure it is both from South American and South American women not just processed in south America. Chinese hair, for instance, "processed" in south America is not Brazilian hair at all but Chinese's hair processed so it looks like and, at first feels, like Brazilian hair.
Looks however, are sometime deceiving. If you are looking for true Brazilian hair you need to make sure first of all that it has not been process and that it is Virgin Remy hair.
Brazilian hair is healthy virgin hair, which has not been processed at all. It is cuticle hair, provided by the donor in its original state, therefore, the direction of the hair is respected, and the hair does not tangle at all.
It comes in natural colours of dark brown or black and sometimes a
bit lighter. The dark colours can be dyed to lighter shades, just as you
would colour any hair.
Caution: When hair is sold as 100% Human, be very cautious as this could mean a number of things. Often Chinese or Indian hair get processed to look like Brazilian hair. Yes, it is still human hair but "processed" hair of Chinese or Indian origin is completely different from Virgin Remy Brazilian hair.
To begin with the hair looks nice; but it has been coated with
silicon to add shine and body to the hair after processing.. However,
after a few washes the silicon layer starts to wash out. Then quickly
the hair becomes duller and loses its sheen. It becomes brittle and dry.
It starts to break down.
This is not saying Indian and Chinese human is is not good hair in
and of itself - It is good hair but, processing it to make it look like
something else creates definite problems. If you are looking for Chinese
hair or Indian hair then buy it the same way you would Brazilian or
European hair. It should be virgin Remy hair.
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