100% Human hair


PROS: It is widely available, takes textures and color well. Holds curl when styled.

CONS: Quality level varies significantly. Because unprocessed Indian hair often has a lot of natural texture, after it has been processed, this hair will often swell or pouf over time as it reverts to its natural texture.


PROS: Like Malaysian hair, it is very well behaved. It doesn't pouf or puff the way Indian hair does after a while. It's relative coarseness and thicker follicle make it an excellent match for African American wearers.

Extremely strong hair. Can be processed from virgin near black to platinum blond. The only hair type that can withstand extreme processing without degrading the hair quality.

CONS: Styles well, but may not hold curl as well as other hair types.


PROS: Malaysian hair is one of the most sought after hair types- it is sleek and manageable without having a shiny doll hair look. It is flattering to women of all ethnicities. Does particularly well when processed for African American Relaxed textures- providing thicker follicles and a natural look that is outstanding.
CONS: Most expensive of the three primary hair types.