What types of human remy hair extensions are there? And how can you recognise them. We have listed an article about this specially for you. 

Colour Variations of Remy Hair

All real human hair pieces have a distinctive natural movement that is much more beautiful and appealing then artificial extension. In addition, they experience minimal shedding or tangling. The most common textures for virgin human hair are wavy, straight or curly. Sometimes, natural hair shows minor variations in colour in the same bunch.

“A Slight lightening in the hair means often you’ re dealing with the real thing”

There might be a few strands that are lighter or a bit darker than the rest of the weft. This is completely normal: the slight lightening is caused by the sun in the tropical countries where True Remy sources its hair. It is a sign therefore that you are dealing with the real thing. As a tip, you can always colour your True Remy wefts any colour you like, for instance to add variation. Just be sure to use quality hair colouring products!

Hair Types of Remy Hair

We have listed the most common known remy hair types below.

Brazilian Hair is one of the most luxurious hairs that excist

This hair originates from Brazil and is supplied in different lengths and natural colors. It is one of the most luxurious hairs that exist. Brazilian hair shows full body, a beautiful bounce, and silky texture. It is all-round versatile and fits most styles and textures. The hair has a shiny look and soft feel. It is generally available in wavy, straight or curly textures.

When purchasing the straight texture, your will notice that the hair nevertheless has some light waviness to it – of course without coming close to curly. The hair can be styled to a curly texture, in which case it holds curls longer than the Indian variety. Brazilian hair is very across Europe, the US and many African countries. It you take care of it, it will last you a long time, as it doesn’t require special care.

Malaysian Hair, the perfect curl

The Malaysian hair variety can appear excessively shiny but after the first few washes this reduces as the hair takes a more natural appearance. Curls will not lose their shape but maintain their form throughout your entire day. No special products are required to maintain the curl. Definitely avoid using too much oil spray however, as this restores the excessive shininess – sometimes resulting in a fake look! Malaysian hair is soft and more silky in texture than Indian hair. If you prefer a fuller bodied hair, then Malaysian hair is your best option: it shows a beautiful bounce and full body. Malaysian hair is naturally dark and straight: you won’t find the wavy and curly textures. The hair is prone to dryness however, and you should take care to regularly use a quality conditioner. An advantage is that you won’t need to wash it as regularly as other types of hair, due to the natural heaviness of the hair.

Peruvian Hair, the multipurpose Remy

This hair type is somewhat coarser and thicker than Malaysian or Brazilian hair. It balances nicely with common relaxed African-American hair types, as well as Caucasian hair textures. Peruvian hair is growing in popularity – largely because it is so multi-purpose. It is suitable for almost any styling you can imagine, and is famous for retaining a voluminous look despite being very lightweight. It is very easy to maintain, even when your busy schedule might prevent you from giving it the care you normally would.

Indian Ocean True Remy Hair, silky and smooth

True Remy sources its virgin hair from the Indian Ocean region. Contrary to Malaysian hair, True Remy hairs come in straight, wavy and curly varieties, providing a wider choice. Unlike some of the Asian hairs, the Indian Ocean variety is not hard but silky-smooth. If you prefer a voluminous look, you will do very well with our wavy variety. Although light to wear, the natural wave provides a lot of body to the hair, providing a full and radiant look without the need to buy many pieces. Like the Peruvian variety, Indian Ocean hair lends itself to a great variety of styles – making it a versatile purchase. In our view, Indian Ocean hairs combine the best of all varieties – whilst avoiding the coarseness associated with some of the Asian (notably Chinese) hairs.