Brazil is located in the South America.
Brazilian Hair is collected from small rural places within Brazil, where the donors are paid for the effort in growing strong and healthy hair. Brazilians are of European, African and Indian heritage.
Brazilian Hair is the most sought after hair on the market, it is coarse in texture and heavy in density. The colors are usually in black or off black to rich brown.
The features of Brazilian Hair are determined by the region and genetics of the hair. Brazil is very genetically diverse, so they are less consistent in features. These diversities are categorized into 3 classes (grades) for Brazilian Hair:
Grade 10A to Grade 9A are extremely super quality and silky.They are collect from younger donors.
Grade 5A/4A+ – this is the area of Brazil that is mostly of Anglo or European descent. The texture of the hair is very fine, silky and is straight in nature. This type of hair is good for making lace wigs and lace frontal.
Grade 3A+/3A:- This is the most popular form of Brazilian Hair seen on the market. The hair is thicker than the grade 5A version, and slightly wavy in version. In can come in a range of colours from dark brown to light copper, this hair is highly resistant to the sun.
Grade lower than 3A – this hair comes from the Afro – Caribbean population of the Brazil. This hair is commonly known as Muttalo or Molado (i.e. curly). The hair is coarse, thick and curly. The hair usually comes in colors of black to light brown and can either be in body wave or tight curls.
Brazilian Hair is good if you want thick, bouncy hair. The hair is good for blending in with Afro-Caribbean and this is why a lot of Afro-Caribbean women go for this hair, not only that it comes in a variety of styles and is very versatile. A point to note anything lighter than color 2 or 4.
It comes in styles of naturally straight, natural wavy, deep wave, body wave and natural curly.