The Differences Between Brazilian Hair And Peruvian Hair
When virgin human hair becomes more and more popular among black women, people face many hair choices, such as types, textures, colors, lengths, etc. They are wondering which type of hair is the best. Nowadays, Brazilian hair and Peruvian hair are the most popular Virgin Remy hair on the market. But how to choose them, it is asked so frequently. Today, we will discuss the similarities and differences between Peruvian hair weave and Brazilian virgin hair in this article.
All Virgin Remy hair has minimum shedding and tangling in our Riverwood Fashion Store. It is 100% unprocessed virgin hair that can be dyed, permed, and bleached. Each texture can be processed in curly, wavy, and straight. Virgin curly human hair is very hot selling for Brazilian and Peruvian in the market. Maybe you can notice a few strands of hair with different colors in bulk. It is common and typical of the hair like our own hair.
Peruvian Virgin hair
Peruvian Virgin hair is a little thicker and coarser than Brazilian hair in texture and blends well in standard relaxed hair textures on African-American women. Peruvian hair weave is thick and slightly wavy. The hair is lightweight but provides more volume and looks very natural. Peruvian hair attracts more customers away from other types of hair, and it is no coincidence. Peruvian curly hair weave is an excellent choice to make unique hairstyles, durable, and versatile. The hair is easy to color and feels soft and shiny.
Peruvian hair bundles have lightweight but carry a lot of volumes. The hair has a soft and silky texture. That means you have over 5 bundles of hair, and it even yet still feel lightweight.