Why Choose Vietnamese Hair Over Brazilian Hair

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What Is Brazilian Hair?

Brazilian Hair is one of the most common types of hair. This hair texture blends well with all types of hair even hair of thicker textures. Whether you are natural or permed, this hair is likely to blend well with your hair texture. It is mainly known for its softness yet thick texture. It has a natural luster and shine and is thick and soft. You don’t need many bundles to achieve a full look with this hair due to its density.

Almost every company carries this type of hair because it is the cheapest hair on the market. It is one of the most common types of hair on the market. It comes in various textures from straight, wavy to curly and it comes in a wide range of colors and lengths. The curls hold very well and curls when wet. It also is not prone to tangle. Many consider this the most versatile hair type.

 

Why Vietnamese Hair is Better

The majority of hair in the hair market has a source of India, China and Vietnam. Vietnamese Hair is famous for the long-term durability and high quality under many conditions of weather. Vietnamese hair comes from healthy donors who are typically young Vietnamese women between the ages of 18-25. This is important to note because hair at this stage is the strongest and most beautiful.

Vietnamese women are also known for caring for their hair using natural remedies such as organic natural shampoos and conditioners instead of chemically processed hair products. This is what keeps their hair silky and shinny, which in the long run preserves the longevity of the hair. Vietnamese hair is naturally black. Vietnamese hair has a naturally black color, so there is no need to dye it to obtain that color. It's also important to note that dyed black hair will never look like the natural color.  Another great reason to choose Vietnamese hair is that it can be styled into many different curly and wavy styles without being damaged like hair from other countries.

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