Vietnamese Raw Hair comes directly from Vietnam. This hair is cut off a donor’s head, wefted and cleansed. The simple lifestyle of the women in Vietnam from the way they live to even their dietary intake all reflects the quality of the hair.
One of the many reasons why we love Vietnamese hair is because of the high quality. In Vietnam, the women rarely process their hair or straighten it. How they take care of their hair has a lot to do with why Vietnamese hair is top, not raw hair quality. Many of the women in the country grow their hair incredibly long because of this the hair can be purchased in long lengths from 30 inches and above.
This hair is exceptionally pure. Vietnamese hair is soft and silky. It comes in body wave and straight. It does not have as much luster as Brazilian hair, and it is also thicker. Due to its softness and ability to hold curls it is currently in high demand.
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 Brazilian hair. 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.
Similarities And Differences
Brazilian and Vietnamese Hair are both considered virgin hair meaning that they are hair that is unprocessed. Brazilian hair is usually cheaper while Vietnamese hair is pricier due to its rarity. Vietnamese hair only comes in natural colors because it is raw. Vietnamese Raw Hair is harder to find than Brazilian hair for two main reasons. One is that Vietnamese hair is not as common and two it is raw hair.
What we love about both is that with both hair types, you can accomplish a variety of styles and colors. When it comes down to choosing between the two a lot of it may have to do with your hair texture as well as if you would like a pricier option or something a little bit more affordable while still achieving excellent results.