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  • WHAT DOES HAIR GRADE MEAN? 5A, 6A, 7A, 8A, 9A, 10A

    12 comments / Posted on by Asim Vanterpool

    What is the Difference Between 5A, 6A, 7A, 8A, 9A, 10A and above?

    6A Grade Hair –  Is a better grade of hair that works very well with straight hair. 6A grade is also great for people on a budget and I do believe that you will get your money's worth. This hair can be re-used and is good for 12 to 18 inches and will last up to six months to one year if well taken care of. I must advise anyone who wishes to have lengths over 18 inches to purchase 8A grade of hair.\

    The Malaysian Hair are an amazing value for the cost.

    The natural 1b color blends very well and can be styled very easily.

    Details you should know:

    • The hair is 100% Human Hair
    • Double Stitch Wefts
    • Hair is “Remy” with cuticles facing the same direction
    • Malaysian Hair can be colored up to a #27 honey blonde
    • Single drawn but still not thin at the tips
    • Single Donor
    • All bundles are 100 grams (standard) 3.5oz
    Our Malaysian hair is considered a 8A grade , but better than some vendors 10

     

    7A and 8A Grade Hair – These grades of hair are my absolute favorites. ANYONE who desires a length over 18 inches should purchase 7A or 8A grade hair. A higher grade of hair will result in less shedding and tangling. The longer or curlier the hair the more likely it is to tangle. If you would like a long body wave hair 7A will work just fine. However, if you are a person who likes curlier hair like Kinky Curly, you always want to go with an 8A grade or higher.