There are so many things to think about when considering a new wig or weave that some people find the process overwhelming. Questions of style, of course, inevitably arise first, with just about every such project being motivated by the desire to achieve a new look. Those who look into the details, though, inevitably find that there are a whole host of even more fundamental considerations to decide upon. Whether that means choosing between virgin hair and that which has been treated or even considering the use of natural hair over the artificial kind, there are always plenty of questions to be answered.

One of the most important of these for many buyers, though, is the issue of where the human hair used in a wig or weave will originate from. With most wearers focusing on human hair options from the start, picking between the available countries of origin tends to be a common problem.

In many cases, that process will default to a choice of hair obtained from donors based in Brazil. One of the most prolific countries of all when it comes to contributing human hair to wigs and weaves, Brazil has a lot to offer.

On the other hand, there are good alternatives, particularly for those whose style goals align with what they have to offer. For weave wearers who are looking for something a little finer or straighter than the curliest, lushest hair that Brazil has to offer, malaysian human hair can be an excellent option.

The hair donors of Malaysia tend to have fairly straight, delicate hair, particularly when compared to the extremes that can be seen among Brazilian donors. While select hair from Brazil might even match up to the best of Malaysia in these basic respects, there also tend to be enough subtle differences that buyers committed to styles of these kinds do well to look into both options.

In addition to being especially well suited to particular hairstyle goals, malaysian hair extensions are often especially affordable, too. Although the discount will vary from case to case, buyers can generally expect to save some money compared to going with Brazilian hair, an advantage that is always welcome.