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There’s No Such Thing As Brazilian Hair! OK. So the title of this post is pretty catchy. And that’s because I wanted you to click it to read this article. WHY? Because the hair industry is full of liars, cheaters and thieves who are all out for one thing…YOUR MONEY! If you think your hair is from Brazil, think again. Though most hair companies would like for you to believe that they offer the best hair from around the world, the truth is90% of it comes from one place…India. All over the Internet, hair companies claim that they sell the best Brazilian, Mongolian, Peruvian, and Cambodian hair. Some go so far as to claim their hair is Eurasian, a geological term that describes the entire landmass of Europe and Asia. But the truth is, they are lying to make a profit. About 90% of all donated human hair comes from India. Millions of Indian Hindu men, women and children donate their hair each year to Lord Balahi, an avatar of the Vishnu god, out of respect and love for his favor. Over 20,000 people donate their hair each day at the Sri Venkateswara Temple in South India. And over 60 million pounds of hair are donated each year. Though the Chinese have been known to sell their hair for a small fee, it by far does not compare to the amount of hair that is donated for free in India. So why do hair companies claim that their hair is from Brazil? Because the idea of Brazilian women is synonymous with beauty. If Brazilian women are beautiful, as many suppose, then their hair must be beautiful, too. And because women from around the world want beautiful hair, it’s only reasonable that they would vie for Brazilian hair. Unfortunately, there aren’t any agencies in place to police the advertising practices of the human hair industry. So, hair companies use the naiveté of their customers against them. And suddenly, their Indian hair is now Brazilian. But if a Brazilian woman were to donate her hair, there is no guarantee that any purchaser would want it. Besides her hair being damaged from heat and chemical product, it may very well not be the texture the purchaser wants, as Brazilian women come in all shades and colors with hair textures ranging from kinky to very fine. Indian-Hindu men and women, however, are known to have only three textures of hair: straight, wavy and curly. Additionally, the hair is never chemically treated or manipulated with heat, thus leaving the donor with extremely healthy hair.