Brazilian Loose Wave Hair Extension Features
- Hair Lengths: 10″ – 32″
- Hair Wefts: Machine Double Stitch
- Hair Style: Loose Wave
- Weight: 100 grams / 3.5 oz
- Hair Grade: 8A
- Hair Color: Natural 1B
- Coloring: Can lift to a #27 honey blonde
Brazilian Loose Wave Extensions Q&A
Recently asked questions by visitors.
Q: How thick is the Brazilian loose wave hair weave?
A: The loose wave is a standard 100 grams or about 3.5 oz per bundle. You will generally need three Brazilian loose wave bundles depending on the length of the hair.
Q: Is the loose wave hair more popular than the body wave? I need to choose one for my salon.
A: Body wave is generally the most popular type of hair extension style. The loose wave hair is similar to the body wave but has more of a curl in addition to the s-wave pattern.
Q: Can I flat iron the Brazilian loose wave weave?
A: Yes! The Brazilian hair handles heat very well and can be flat ironed. Just wet the hair to bring back to a curl.
Q: Can I color the loose wave weave?
A: The loose wave hair colors exceptionally well. We have many professional stylists lift the natural 1B color all the way to a #613 blonde.
Q: The prices for the Brazilian loose wave seem really cheap. Is it still good hair?
A: The hair is amazing. All the prices are listed at our wholesale price for our clients to build their hair brands. We supply top stylists all over the USA and they love the hair!
Q: My client wants to know if a 16″, 18″, 20″ with a 12″ closure will be enough hair for a sew-in?
A: Three Brazilian hair bundles is recommended if using lengths under 22″ and a closure is optional depending on if your client is leaving out a certain amount of hair. The loose wave hair is full 3.5 oz bundles.
Q: I am buying wholesale from you guys and want to know what are the most popular loose wave lengths?
A: Generally the most popular lengths will be 14″ – 22″ with a concentration near the 16″ – 20″ lengths. Some areas have clients that wear much longer hair and it could vary as to what is currently popular.
Q: Can this Brazilian hair be dyed into a honey blonde ombre?
A: Without a problem! We recommend using professional hair coloring products only.