FAQs

 


Now that you are a part of the Bre's Bundles, lets protect your investment.

All Hair
Textures:

-Wrap your hair nightly with silk scarf or bonnet (doing this helps lock in moisture and eliminates unnecessary shedding/tangling).

-Under your scarf your hair should be twisted/braided into pigtails/plaits
(this helps the hair from matting and tangling while sleeping).

-Seal your wefts before installing to ensure longevity of your hair extensions.

-ALWAYS use heat protectant before using any kind of heated styling tools (if not used your hair can becomes very brittle and produce split ends/breakage and frizzy/dry hair).

-CONDITION
your hair at least once every week; SHAMPOO your hair once every 3
1/2 weeks. (time frame may vary depending on amount of styling and
product build up).

-ALWAYS comb/detangle from the ends up.

DO
NOT:

  • Cut your wefts- this causes shedding, and thinning of your hair extensions.
  • Sew through your wefts- this will cause the construction of your hair weft(s) to weaken, while also causing shedding and thinning of your hair extensions.
  • Blow dry your hair- always let it air dry; blow drying has the possibility of ruining your hair extensions.
  • Use box dyes- only use professional consulting for adding any coloring or other chemicals to your extensions.

Deepwave/Curly

-Detangle
your hair extensions ONLY when the hair is wet (detangling your hair while its dry can cause breakage, shedding, and loss of hair).

-Detangle
your curly/wavy hair EVERY morning and EVERY night before wrapping (please follow same wrapping instructions listed above).

-Use a leave in conditioner/water mix to help keep your curls/waves moisturized.

-ALWAYS
comb/detangle from the ends up.

-Use a DAILY* curling cream with water to help with moisture and to prevent shedding/tangling/interlocking of the curls/waves.


Coloring/Bleaching

ALL HAIR
CAN BE COLORED AND/OR BLEACHED:

We asks that you seek Professional help when using a chemical of any kind (bleach, color, etc.) on your hair extensions.

Coloring/Bleaching
voids any exchange of your order.

When coloring/bleaching any virgin hair you do risk the chance of the pattern altering. Bre's Bundles will not cover exchange or replace any items that have been chemically altered after purchase.

REFRAIN FROM THE USE OF BOX DYES TO COLOR YOUR HAIR EXTENSIONS.


Return
Policy

Due to the nature of our products, we cannot provide refunds. Please make sure your orders are accurate.

Not the style you were looking for and wanted to exchange to something else? No problem! Contact us, to send the item back to us, and we will send out your requested style.

Contact us at Bresbundles@gmail.com with any question you may have about your potential return.

 


TYPES OF TEXTURES OF HAIR

Straight, Deep-wave, Body-wave, Loose-Wave,Spanish curly, Afro Kinky, Kinky Curly, Kinky Straight, and Blonde 613, etc.

Brazilian
Hair
Indian
Hair
Most Popular, known for being very soft, very diverse, durable, thick, easiest to blend, very luxurious, lots of body, natural shine, low to medium luster. Slightly
coarse hair, good match with relaxed African American hairs,
holds curls well, lots of bounce and body.
 Vietnamese
Hair
Malaysian
Hair
Ultimate multi-purpose
hair, very soft and light, low to medium luster, blends well with
relaxed hair.
Sleek and shiny, low to
medium luster, holds curls very well, very dark brown, ends of
hair usually lighter in color, blends well with all hair types,
does not swell or frizz in humidity, low maintenance.

What is the difference between the types of hair?

Most hair lovers are familiar with Brazilian Hair but have you heard of Vietnamese hair. is very rare while Brazilian hair is more common. I know you’re probably wondering which one is better yet the question you should ask is which one is for your hair texture and desired look?

Although both are considered virgin hair, Vietnamese Raw hair is raw which is a significant difference. To gain a deeper understanding lets first delve into the difference between the two terms.

What Is Virgin Hair?

Virgin hair is hair that is not chemically processed. It has never been
permed, dyed or bleached. All the cuticles of the hair face the same direction. This type of hair is extremely popular because you can dye, bleach, cut, and process the hair and treat it as your own. You can curl it and wash it just like you would your real hair.

Virgin hair is in almost everything nowadays in the hair world. From wigs to sew-ins, and even clip ins. It's longevity and versatility has caused virgin hair to dominate the market. Many love it because it provides
minimal tangling and shedding.

The hair comes in many forms from Brazilian to Peruvian, Malaysian,
Indian, Cambodian, Vietnamese you name it. The List goes on and on. What do all of these things mean? Are some types of hair better? Which hair texture and type are best for me? Each hair type has its own texture and qualities that separate it from the rest. We will go over Vietnamese Raw Hair and Brazilian Hair in depth and the difference between the two.

What Is Raw Hair?

Raw hair has all the qualities of virgin hair, but it goes a step further. Not only has it never been chemically processed but it has never had heat applied to it as well. Donors have never had their hair straightened or curled. It is the purest and most natural hair on the market. This is the main difference between virgin hair and raw hair.

Virgin hair is steamed to achieve different textures. All raw hair is considered virgin hair, but not all virgin hair is regarded as raw hair.

What Is Brazilian Hair?

Brazilian Hair is one of the most common types of hair. This hair texture blends well with all types of hair even hair of thicker textures. Whether you are natural or permed, this hair is likely to blend well
with your hair texture. It is mainly known for its softness yet thick texture. It has a natural luster and shine and is thick and soft. You
don’t need many bundles to achieve a full look with this hair due to its density.

Almost every company carries Brazilian hair.
It is one of the most common types of hair on the market. It comes in various textures from straight, wavy to curly and it comes in a wide range of colors and lengths. The curls hold very well and curls when wet. It also is not prone to tangle. Many consider this the most versatile hair type.

What Is Vietnamese Raw Hair?

Vietnamese Raw Hair comes directly from Vietnam. This hair is cut off a donor’s
head, wefted and cleansed. The simple lifestyle of the women in Vietnam from the way they live to even their dietary intake all
reflects the quality of the hair.

One of the many reasons why we love Vietnamese hair is because of the high
quality. In Vietnam, the women rarely process their hair or straighten it. How they take care of their hair has a lot to do with
why Vietnamese hair is top, not raw hair quality. Many of the women in the country grow their hair incredibly long because of this the hair can be purchased in long lengths from 30 inches and above.

This hair is exceptionally pure. Vietnamese hair is soft and silky. It comes in body wave and straight. It does not have as much luster as Brazilian hair, and it is also thicker. Due to its softness and ability to hold curls
it is currently in high demand.

Similarities And Differences

Brazilian and Vietnamese Hair are both considered virgin hair meaning that they
are hair that is unprocessed. Brazilian hair is usually cheaper while Vietnamese hair is pricier due to its rarity. Vietnamese hair only
comes in natural colors because it is raw. Vietnamese Raw Hair is harder to find than Brazilian hair for two main reasons. One is that Vietnamese hair is not as common and two it is raw hair.

What we love about both is that with both hair types, you can accomplish a variety of styles and colors. When it comes down to choosing between the two a lot of it may have to do with your hair texture as well as
if you would like a pricier option or something a little bit more affordable while still achieving excellent results.

Which Is Best For You?

Overall both textures are superb. I have tried both and dyed them myself and
achieved excellent results. It is hard to tell the difference between the two unless if you are a hair expert. Both work well with color and heat.

Now, of course, with any decision, it is always best to do what is best for you when making a decision. Like many hair decisions, it all depends on your hair type and the style you want to achieve. We offer both Brazilian and Vietnamese Raw hair.

Our Brazilian hair comes in a from afro kinky, kinky straight, straight, deep wave, Spanish wave, loose wave, body wave blonde and gray. While our Vietnamese hair comes in straight, wavy and a natural gray color.