Hair weave is a type of hair extension, produced with human hair. Virgin hair (hair that has never been processed) is the most popular grade of weave hair because this hair can be used for multiple installs and it can also be color treated.

Black women have many different textures of hair; luckily there's a variety of different textures and types of weave that can suit just about any texture. The most sought-after types of weave are Brazilian, Peruvian, Indian and Malaysian hair.

Each type of weave is characterized by a particular texture and comes in multiple wave patterns including straight, wavy, deep wave or tight curly.

                                                                                        Brazilian Hair

Brazilian hair is one of the best textures for African American women. It comes from the Pacific of Brazil and its derived in different lengths and natural colors.The texture is very full, very thick and just flat out fabulous.This hair has a shiny appearance and feels. It is offered in wavy, straight or curly textures. In a manner of speaking, it is the champion of all the textures with top selling in most shops.Customers from all over the world like Brazilian hair with closure.

                                                                                         Peruvian Hair

Peruvian hair is sought after quite a bit because of its multi-purpose texture. It blends well with normal African-American relaxed hair textures and medium Caucasian hair textures. Peruvian human hair has been growing in popularity 2010. Peruvian hair is lightweight, free-flowing and luxurious.You can seek out the best Peruvian hair weave from the online shop.

There are some fine distinctions between Brazilian and Peruvian hair.You can check it on: DIFFERENCES BETWEEN BRAZILIAN AND PERUVIAN HAIR.

                                                                                           Indian Hair

Indian hair has the thickest texture. It suits most natural women since Indian hair is very textured and comes with a very natural luster. Virgin Indian hair comes in a variety of styles such as body wave Indian hair, straight, wavy and tight curly Indian hair.

                                                                                         Malaysian Hair

Malaysian hair is very soft and shiny. It blends best with relaxed textures and girls with very fine, silky hair. It's extremely manageable and has the luster of its own. It is sleek and has just about the right amount of shine. When it comes to choosing hair extensions Malaysian hair is always at the top of the priority list. Women are in love with these extensions because of their hair texture and lustrous, silky appearance.

How long does a hair weave usually last?

The lifespan of the hair weave rests with the quality of the hair. If the hair weave is made of Virgin Human Hair or Remy human hair, it may be used for about 6 months or longer with the right maintain method.But for other hair material which is pre-treated with chemicals, it may be only used for 2-3 month.

How to help your hair weave last longer?

1.Wrap your hair in a silk scarf before bed at night. This will keep the tracks at the top of your head, where wear becomes evident first, lying flat and in position. The silk scarf also won't snag the hair and break the ends like a cotton scarf will.

2.Brush gently. It's important to brush your weave daily, just as you'd groom your natural hair. When brushing, be very careful not to pull out a glued track, or loosen the braid of a sewn-in track. Hold the weave in place with one hand on the head as you gently brush down the shaft with the other hand to minimize pulling.

3.Shampoo once a week. Shampooing your weave too much can dull its shine, but not shampooing it enough can cause it to clump at the ends and lose its swing and bounce. Once-a-week washing strikes a perfect balance. When shampooing, always comb your weave free of tangles while the hair is slathered with conditioner, so the comb doesn't pull and snag at the hair.

4.Keep oil off the adhesive. If your weave is glued in, you'll want to keep hair oil away from the weave tracks. Oil will cause the tracks to slip right out. It is a great aid in removing glued tracks when you're ready for a new look.