If you’re seeking out invest in good quality Brazilian hair weave extensions, decide to go with the virgin brazilian hair Extensions we sell. Virgin hair means that the hair comes straight from a single donor/person and has not recently been permed, dyed, colored, bleached or chemically processed in any way. Even though Virgin hair is typically sold at a higher price point, It provides a much longer life span. The virgin Brazilian hair is also easy to conserve and can be washed, dyed, and styled for months on end.When purchasing Brazilian hair Extensions, the hair should come in a natural brown colour. Additionally, don’t anticipate any two bundles of virgin hair to look exactly the same, because that they can come from two different donors – colour, thickness and wave variations will vary to some degree.
Man-made hair can be used to achieve almost all hairstyles and cost less than human hair (not recommended), but has a shorter life expectancy of the brazilian hair Extensions and thus cannot stand high heat, dyes or chemicals.
There can be quite a few different types of hair extensions, from Indian Virgin hair, to Brazilian hair and even Malaysian hair. Here at my Brazilian Hair we sell all 3 types of hair.
How do you know which to choose? Every single hair category has individual characteristics which should be chosen by you depending on the look you’re planning to achieve.
Indian Hair: Indian hair Extensions is commonly plentiful (but not heavy), wavy and full . This is a good option if you like to wear your hair collectively wavy and straight because both looks can be accomplished with this hair type.
Brazilian hair extensions: Brazilian hair is heavier in density compared to Indian hair. As a result, you may not wish to use as many bundles to create a full look. Brazilian hair is additionally extremely versatile, it comes in straight, curly or even wavy.
Malaysian / Chinese / Russian / European: Yet there are insignificant variants in each, Asian and European hair types are typically sleeker and straighter than Indian and Brazilian hair, and are lighter in density. These hair types are a good choice if you do have fine hair and are looking to find something that will possibly blend well.
With that in mind, if you want a thick, full appearance or perhaps you want to pull off a weave that is going to hold a wave or curl, decide to go with Indian or Brazilian hair.
If you would like a smoother, straighter appearance, try Malaysian or European hair types.
The measure of hair that’s required to bring about whatever look and feel that you would like quite often relies upon length. The longer the hair, the more hair you should have due to the fact that longer extensions are typically thinner in density.
If you are planning to go tremendously long (28 inches or longer) I would recommend buying 3 to 5 bundles.
Shorter styles, (12 inches to 26 inches) 2 to 3 bundles should do it.
LOOKING AFTER YOUR HAIR EXTENSIONS
Hair Extensions should be kept in for no longer than 6 to 8 weeks. If you exceed this time your own genuine hair could potentially lock and tangle, causing it to break up. When you are ready to remove your extensions, do not forget to wash and condition your hair to ensure that it stays strong and healthy.
Try to avoid excessive use of heat, your natural hair is not as heat resistant as your brazilian hair. If you choose to leave a good amount of your natural hair out when wearing brazilian hair or any other hair extensions, curling irons and blow dryers will make your own hair thin and brittle when used in an excessive manner. Due to this, prevent implementing these kinds of tools regularly.
To look after natural hair opt for rollers, rods and pin curls whenever attempting to achieve a wavy or curly look without the use of heat.
Another good practice is tie your brazilian hair during the evenings to protect your brazilian hair and keep it hydrated.
If your Brazilian hair extensions become dry or perhaps brittle from coloring, or simply from overuse of heat, rub a dime-sized amount of Moroccan oil or Argon oil through your tresses to soften the hair. Anything beyond a quarter-sized quantity will weigh down your hair, leaving a greasy, oily finish. Implement a wide paddle comb to distribute the oil consistently, brushing from your tips to your roots. Another thing, refrain from using products with alcohol as this will also dry up your hair extensions.