As we all know, Malaysian hair and Peruvian hair are all good choices for fashion girls. They are all more and more popular among people. The hair has a very luxurious feel to it and has a great natural shine. The shine is however not excessive and after a few washes looks even more natural. What do you know about Malaysian hair? Do you know how to maintain it?
What is Malaysian hair?
Malaysian hair is naturally healthy and shiny and has a silky texture. Malaysian wavy hair is heavy and thick when compared with Peruvian hair, it has a beautiful natural shine. The hair holds curls very well. It is soft, silky, and because of it’s heavy density curls will last all day with no added product needed. Malaysian hair has a lot of bounce, heavy body, and tends to come in darker colors. Malaysian curly hair will last all day and do not loosen or drop and no hair product is required to maintain the shape. It is advised to avoid oily sprays to prevent a wig-like appearance. If you want to achieve a thick voluminous look, Malaysian hair is the way to go.
How to care for Malaysian hair?
- When washing your hair, make sure to first brush it thoroughly with a paddle brush to ensure that strands are free-flowing. You can comb the weave tenderly by using of shower comb or wide tooth. Start with the base then come all the way right up to the track.
- Rinse by holding the hair under running cool water. Allow the water to run from roots to ends.
- Place a small amount of shampoo for color-treated hair in your hand, evenly and gently stroke it through the hair in a downward motion from the roots to the ends.
- Rinse by holding under running cool water until the water runs clear. Gently squeeze to press out excess water. Do not twist or wring.
- Place a small amount of conditioner for color-treated hair in your hand, Apply conditioner evenly to the wig. Rinse the deep conditioner and use the wide-tooth comb to comb extensions downward. Use a wide-toothed comb to distribute the conditioner.
- Rinse by holding under running cool water until the water runs clear. Gently squeeze or use a clean, dry towel to press out excess water. Do not twist or wring.
- Use a microfiber towel or some old t-shirts to take some water off your waves instead. If you use a hairdryer on curly weaves will cause them to frizz and dry. If you want your weaves to serve you, air drying is the better alternative.