Peruvian Body Wave Hair Vs Malaysian Body Wave Hairby Yuan Chen LeneHair
Wavy hair looks great on almost any woman. It adds a lot of volume and style to your look. While choosing between types of wavy hair available, you need to understand their special characteristics before you make a decision. For many of us who are confused between Peruvian and Malaysian body wave hair, let us see the inherent differences and the special features of the two.
Peruvian Body Wave Hair:
Smooth and soft, Peruvian Body Wave Hair can last longer if handled properly. It is known for its consistency, especially when it is processed. The resultant virgin Peruvian body wave hair always has a deep ‘S’ pattern throughout the entire bundle of hair.
Arguably the most sought after hair in the market, Peruvian hair is known for its silky and shiny appearance. A woman with any face type can look ravishing and gorgeous with the free-flowing and voluminous Peruvian Body Wave Hair.
Malaysian Body Wave Hair:
Malaysian Body Wave hair has a shiny look, giving your hair a natural aura which can enhance your look. The hair is also silky and shiny when bought, it will get its natural appearance after 2-3 washes. Malaysian Body Wave Hair is known to last long, if cared for properly, it can last up to a year.
If you like to curl your hair, then Malaysian Body Wave Hair is known to hold your curls quite well. This is ideal if you like your hair to be full of thickness and volume. Moreover, Malaysian Body Wave Hair is easy to style and maintain as after every wash its waviness gets a little loose.
Both Peruvian and Malaysian Body Wave Hair have their own unique specialties. If you want a consistent ‘S’ like wavy hair pattern then Peruvian hair is for you while Malaysian Hair is for those women who are looking for a long lasting option. Additionally, Malaysian hair will also give you good curling options whenever you deem fit to try them, besides the hair being easy to style and maintain even after losing a bit of its waviness.
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