January 30, 2017
Brazilian hair bundles have that extremely luxurious feel that is sought after. Even though they are sleek and shiny, their shininess is not exaggerated. Its gleam is a little lower than the Brazilian hair bundles, which is great for those seeking hair that is not excessively shiny.
Brazilian hair bundles hold curls exceptionally well devoid of the use of products. They are, by and large very dark brown – near to black, while some bundles may possibly have lighter tips. This hair blends incredibly well with African American hair as well as the majority of other hair types.
Shedding, texture, color, volume and overall appearance
Minimal shedding and tangling is expected on virtually all virgin hair types that have natural movement. To the keen observer, Brazilian hair bundles are noted to have variegated colors all through the batch.
Hair from a tropical country is generally rendered lighter due to exposure to the sum For this reason, it is not uncommon to find a few tresses that have been lightened than the rest of the bundle. Nevertheless, these colors go together, uniquely complementing each other to bring out the overall desired effect.
Brazilian hair bundles may at the outset seem markedly shinier, however, after a couple of washes the shine is reduced significantly as projected to assume a more natural look. While the shine lessens considerably, the curls do not get undone, drop, or loosen over time but keep up their form and structure for the whole day.
There is no need for using any product to preserve the curls. Use of oil spray on Brazilian hair bundles is discouraged since this will give the hair a “not so natural wiggy” appearance.
Compared to Indian hair, Brazilian bundles are softer and silkier. This is also the best option for volume and thickness, seeing as you achieve the springy bounce and heavy body; which is a great feature for all the hairdos you have been dreaming about. Remember that although Brazilian hair is naturally dark, some strands may be lighter in color. It is also naturally straight, but can be curled.
Left not cared for or neglected, this hair can easily dry up. It is therefore recommended that ample moisture be used. Apply a good leave in conditioner after your second installation or re-use. Another of the many advantages of Brazilian hair is this: due to its heavy density, it does not require that many washes.
In addition, because of its volume you will need just a few bundles (about three and a half) and achieve your volume, unlike Peruvian hair, which you can use more than 5 bundles just trying to get that desired density.
Do this, not that.
After washing and conditioning Brazilian hair bundles, air drying is highly recommended
Apply a good leave in conditioner, especially after your second installation or re-use.
Steer clear of applying any other styling products between washes.
Keep from using heavy oil sprays because they leach on to the hair, pulling it down, causing it not to move freely and possible tangling.