Chinese – This is an extremely straight texture and is very shiny. It doesn’t hold a curl well and usually has it’s cuticle layer stripped to minimize tangling.
Brazilian – This is the most natural hair for those with curlier hair types. Brazilian hair is strong and can be naturally straight, wavy or curly. The curlier textures are defined by being the most manageable of hair in that category. Due to its density, you do not need to use as many bundles to create a full look.
Indian – The most versatile hair of all hair types. Indian hair is naturally full, bouncy and very fine. In it’s virgin state, it has subtle waves and can be easily curled and styled. It also will swell and become frizzy in humid weather. Indian hair is less coarse than Chinese hair. It can easily match many textures.
Peruvian – Extremely lightweight, even in large amounts and very manageable. This hair is soft, fine, silky and low to medium luster, which makes it a perfect fit for those seeking an African American relaxed or Latin texture.
Mongolian – Texture falls between Malaysian and Chinese. It’s very silky and fine.
Cambodian – This hair is light, yet is slightly coarse in texture. It matches extremely well with relaxed African American hair.