There are various types of weave hair available. Virgin hair that has never been processed is the most popular grade of weave hair because this hair can be used for multiple installs and it can also be color treated. So How are they different ? Here are Different types of Black weave hair.
Peruvian is the coarsest of the hair we've come across. As we know from the Indian and the Brazilian virgin hair, that extra coarseness helps it blend and hold curls. The hair is dense and full so it would create a voluminous look when worn straight. However, it is more pricey than Indian hair.
Malaysian hair is very soft. It blends best with relaxed textures and girls with very fine, silky hair. It’s extremely manageable and has the luster of its own.
Low to medium luster, holds curls very well, very dark brown, ends of hair usually lighter in color, blends well with all hair types, does not swell or frizz in humidity, low maintenance. These hair types are a good choice if you have fine hair and are looking for something that will blend well.
Indian remy hair is one of the most popular types of hair and often costs much less than other types of hair. Indian hair has a unique texture and the hair is generally very thick. Indian hair’s curls are also usually very tight. The hair is also easy to maintain and lasts longer if it is properly taken care of.
Brazilian hair is one of the best textures for African American women. It blends so well with our natural hair. This is the most versatile hair texture because it’s density, softness, ability to last long, and the minimum of frizz.
It holds curls great, and people usually go with this texture rather than Indian or Malaysian. It gives off a more natural look because you won’t need much of this hair to make it full because of it’s natural thickness already.