Cambodian Raw Hair – Best Bone Straight Hair

I’ve been talking a lot about skin beauty, so now let’s have a talk about hair! It’s been quite popular lately about hair extensions and wigs. Have you ever known about hair extensions (or wigs) and thought of trying it before? If so, how well do you know about hair extensions origin?

To be honest, I’ve never tried hair extension or wig either. However, hair health is all I want to know about as my hair is not quite healthy and find it hard to grow long. I’ve been thinking of having hair extension and doing some research about it. The new terms I learnt about this are Raw Hair and Virgin hair. If you happen to look for hair extension, you should know the quality of that to keep it as your own hair. According to Klaiyihair, the Raw hair refers to the best quality of pure unprocessed hair from the same donor, which hasn’t been chemically processed by steam or chemical treatments. The cuticle of the hair is aligned and comes in 3 textures: straight, wavy and curly. On the other hand, Virgin hair is chemically unprocessed hair which comes from a single donor. It is steamed to achieve different textures of hair styles: Peruvian hair (coarser, thicker and durable), Malaysian hair (heavier, softer, silkier), Brazilian hair (light, shiny, silky), Indian hair (easy to style and elastic), and much more.

You can find any hair extensions or wigs from any where, pretty much in Asia, but Dellahhair recommends the best Cambodian raw hair for its best bone straight hair. Unlike other hairs, Cambodian hair texture is unique for its smoothness, straightness, and untangle hair; especially it suits and blends so well in almost all hair types. It’s also known for holding curls very well in humid weather.

It’s good to worth a try and see which textures and hair types suit your preferences and please let me know how it works for you!

Published by vinniethedainty

Having migrated to Australia since 2013, I realized that I tend to love about beauty and decided to pick it as my skill and career. It now becomes the skill for life, the skill I have learned, worked, experienced and passionate about and I would love to use this blog as the means to share, educate and support Khmer ladies and all types of readers.

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