We all have the heard of Virgin Brazilian hair, but have you heard of Raw Brazilian hair? Hypothetically it should be the same... but it's not and here it is... "Raw Brazilian" hair. BUY Now!
However, Now I'm going to give it to you straight...no chaser. "Brazilian" has become a style of hair in most cases when it comes to what's available on the market. In some rare cases, you will actually get hair of true Brazilian origin. The actual supply of real Brazilian originated hair is no were near the demand for it. So Where does this abundance of "Brazilian" hair come from?
Most "Brazilian" hair sold on the market is blended hair of Indian and/or Chinese origin. Most of the time its both. Some premium blends of "Brazilian" hair consists of raw Indian and Cambodian for a coarser texture. Both types of blends may be raw, processed chemically or hydrothermically to enhance the texture. The practice same could be stated for Peruvian hair as well.
However, other than the fact you are being deceived in the marketing strategy this type of hair isn't always a bad thing. As a matter of fact, some "Brazilian" blended hair possess amazing quality, has longevity and a beautiful texture. Truth is, there was and still is a demand for something other than the dominating products of Indian and Chinese hair. Real Brazilian hair was a solution until vendors realized it couldn't support the customer demand. That's when "Brazilian" (style-blended) hair seamlessly took its place.
So, Is it really Brazilian hair out there?
Yes, of course, Brazilian hair is real.
Bundles Buyers Club has partnered with Brazilian hair manufacturers in... no place other than Brazil to offer it. BUT like I said before, it's not as abundant as the market suggests. This fact also makes it less affordable than the alternative. There is also the slow evolution of appearances. Now real Brazilian originated hair vs "Brazilian" style is as different as Raw hair versus Virgin Remy.
Look at it this way. Brazilian hair is much like cherry flavor. You have real cherries and cherry flavor... They are both cherry at this point but they both taste and look very different. Real Brazilian hair also looks very different than the Brazilian hair you find mainstream on Aliexpress and the typical hair extensions boutique. This doesn't always reveal the quality of the hair, its now more of a preference issue as long as you aren't overpaying and unaware of what you're really buying.
Know what you're getting and selling your customers. Selling hair ethically will always be appreciated by those who trust your brand and products. In most cases what you're really buying is the "Brazilian" -styled blend. With this being said these truths do not always speak to the quality of the product. There can be bad batches of hair in every origin, processed or not; it even happens with raw hair sometimes. What these facts do speak to is the preference, a broader range of comparable options and price.