What you need to know about Brazilian Peruvian Hair
Brazilian Peruvian hair can look great on you, but for you to have that great look, it is important for you to understand the qualities of both types, and understand their differences. This way, you will be able to handle this hair well.
The Brazilian and Peruvian hair are different and similar in a number of ways. For example, with Brazilian hair, it is shinier and silkier in texture. The hair’s feel and appearance is shiny. Again, you can get it in curly, straight, or wavy textures. With straight textures, they have some flicks and waves and this means that you will not find them bone straight. The hair tends to hold curls very well in addition to these curls holding longer. Most of such hair is processed for texture.
The other kind of hair is Peruvian hair which to some extent is thicker and coarser compared to Brazilian hair. This hair tends to blend well with African-American hair textures that are relaxed as well as medium textures of Caucasian hair. This hair can be found in curly, straight, or wavy textures. The curly textures will become more curly when you wash it or when it becomes wet. Most Peruvian hair is processed for texture.
"Co-wash needs to be performed once in every 2-3 weeks using leave-in conditioner of the moisturizing type."
There are a number of similarities between the two hair types and this makes it easy for you to manage and look good in Brazilian Peruvian hair. Therefore, Brazilian Peruvian hair has natural movements and will not shed or tangle. You can also find them in curly, straight, and wavy textures. With colors, you will not find them on the weft, entirely. The hair comes with several patches where a part of strands on the weft are darker or lighter. This is considered normal when the hair is from a country that is sunny where being exposed to the sun lightens the hair. With either type of hair, it is recommendable to have a co-wash.
If you have Brazilian Peruvian hair, it is important for you to have some dos and don’ts in mind. For example, with both types, you are recommended to air dry the hair when you have washed and conditioned it. Co-wash needs to be performed once in every 2-3 weeks using leave-in conditioner of the moisturizing type. Between washes, you must avoid other products that are meant for grooming. The best product on such hair is those that are serum or alcohol free. The reason is that it will not make the hair dry out. Avoid using heavy oils on your hair because the oil will get to the hair extension and in return, it will weigh it down. The end result is restricted movement as well as potential tangling.
"With straight textures, they have some flicks and waves and this means that you will not find them bone straight."
According to reviews by people that have an experience with Peruvian hair, owing to its thick texture, the hair tends to appear voluminous, naturally. This means that this hair helps in creating volume while using less hair. When someone does Brazilian Peruvian hair, the advantage is that they have an advantage of retaining their shape, regardless of whether the hair has been washed and dried.
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