Peruvian Hair vs. Vietnamese Hair: Which One to Choose?

Hair extensions are having their moments as they’re becoming one of the mainstays in our modern day’s beauty regimes. Yet, this also means that we’ll have to face a variety of choices about hair – either the types, the textures, or the lengths. Among all of that, Vietnamese and Peruvian hair is of the finest choices on the market, but which one should you choose? In order to help you make an informed decision, in this article we’re providing you with the similarities and differences between Peruvian hair extensions and Vietnamese hair.

1. Similarities:

All types of Remy hair has long been acknowledged as having minimum shedding and tangling, and the same as both the Vietnamese and Peruvian hair extensions. Both hairs are, mostly, 100% unprocessed virgin hair that is perfect choices for dying, bleaching, or whatever ways of styling hair to your fancy. In fact, at APO Hair in particular and on the hair market in general, human Remy hair is very hot selling, as it’s almost typical of the hair just as our owns. 

2. Differences:

#1 Peruvian Hair Extensions:

One of the biggest pluses about Peruvian hair extensions is the fact that they’re denser and coarser than most hairs in the market, which can blend more perfectly in your natural hair, especially with those having thick hair texture. Besides, thanks to it being coarse, Peruvian hair extensions are ideal for hairstyling such as coloring and holding curls. While it’s considered one of the thickest texture hair, Peruvian hairs are super lightweight and soft, thus remain their natural shines and smoothness. 

What’s more, the Peruvian hair extensions are very low-maintenance. Since they’re extremely sturdy yet free-flowing and opulent, the hairs can blend with your lock in the most natural and relaxed way. Peruvian hair extensions are usually found in wavy patterns as they can maintain their curly texture well even in the most extreme conditions. The hairs are also highly resistant to the heat and high intensity of the sun. Therefore, if you are looking for something that can add bounces and movements, Peruvian hair extensions are probably the perfect choice for you.

#2 Vietnamese Hair Extensions

Unlike the Peruvian hair, Vietnamese hair extensions come in a rather straight pattern. Due to having a simple lifestyle as well as healthy eating habits, the quality of Vietnamese women’s hair is, most times, known as the best. This hair is exceptionally raw and thus very soft and silky. And while the Peruvian hairs have much more luster, Vietnamese hair provides even thicker texture than Peruvian one. Thanks to their high-quality, the Vietnamese hair extensions are available on the market with higher prices than their counterparts yet still in extremely high demand.  

In APO Hair, We have 500 collectors to buy hair directly from women all around Vietnam Mekong Delta, they take hair and sell directly to our factory 2-3 days/time.

 In Cambodia, we stock in Phnom Penh collect hair directly from 300 collectors and then all our hair will send to our factory in Vietnam by truck. We have 500 collectors to buy hair directly from women all around Vietnam Mekong Delta, they take hair and sell directly to our factory 2-3 days/time. In Cambodia, we stock in Phnom Penh collect hair directly from 300 collectors and then all our hair will send to our factory in Vietnam by truck. Through years of running this business, we’ve found that only good quality can keep our valuable customers so we always check carefully all products at the factory to ensure the perfect products to our customers.

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3. How to Maintain Hair Extensions:

Whatever hair extensions you would like to go for, it is important that you take great care of your hair extensions so that you can ensure a long-lived look. So here is some advice we have for you and your hair care routine. As at APO hair we only study and trade real human hair extensions, we would like to skip the synthetic hair care method.

For what we have researched, it is critical to wash hair extensions with sulfate-free or paraben-free shampoo, especially on the roots. To help your hair soften and reduce tangle, spare your time to investigate and perhaps ask for experts’ advice on what shampoo would be suitable for your hair. Stay away from salt or chlorinated water or else your extensions might be adversely damaged. However, this doesn’t mean that you won’t be able to swim with your weave in summer.

Knowing how to care for your sew-in before and after swimming in chlorine is also very important. It is quite simple that you only need to get your extensions wet with clean water before diving yourself in the pool as it will soak up far less chlorine. Never let the chlorine remain in your hair overnight. You should rinse the chlorine out of your extensions right after swimming, then wash it with shampoo. Once you have washed your hair, towel-dry them and brush them with a large-tooth comb.

One more thing to take note, avoid leaving your head wet when you go to sleep. Maybe you should put your hair into braids or pigtails when it dry.

All in all, either type of human hairs deal with their own strengths and characteristics. It’s up to your own to decide which hair would be your match made in heaven. Whatever hair you opt for, Vietnamese or Peruvian hair extensions, don’t forget to share your experience with us in the comment section below. We hope to stumble across your stories soon. 

 

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