Virgin Peruvian hair—coming from the enchanting, sub-equatorial land of the ancient Inca—is a little more thick and coarse in terms of texture than its Indian or Brazilian counterparts. It naturally grows in a variety of ways—straight, wavy, or very curly—and has been said to blend in naturally with the range of hair textures typically found with African-Americans, making it one of the more popular choices for those seeking hair extensions that don’t require huge amounts of maintenance. Naturally appearing in shades of dark and light brown, it can become a little curly when washed or touched by rain. The course and thick nature of Peruvian hair has created a certain quality of durability which makes it a great choice for those who want work and rework their hair into different styles without damaging it permanently. It’s a little more expensive than some of the other hair types, but for those who like to change their appearance frequently this is a good choice. Peruvian hair can be sold in Peruvian hair bundles, so you can either add it in to one part of your head to provide an accent to your look. It can also be sold as a Peruvian hair weave, you can seamlessly blend it into your natural hair all over your head.