A Brazilian hair treatment is usually opted for when clients want to add length and volume to their natural hair. While hair extensions can be made of natural human hair or synthetic hair, a Brazilian hair treatment generally refers to the process of installing external human hair, especially that or Brazilian origin. A Brazilian hair treatment is most effective if it uses Brazilian origin human hair – the fact that the hair is Virgin or Remy, only adds to its attraction. While African hair is curly, short and prone to breakages, Asian hair is rough and Caucasian hair breaks very easily. Brazilian hair is long and shiny, and can be treated as one would treat their natural hair; it can also be trimmed to the desired length, thereby making a Brazilian hair treatment the most preferred means of adding hair to the scalp. A Brazilian hair treatment can be used to clip on or weave the Brazilian hair extensions as tiny braids, or to plait them or fuse them to your natural hair. You have to take extra care of the Brazilian hair treatment when you expose it to water in swimming pools and beaches. The chlorine in swimming pools and the salt in sea water on beaches can make the Brazilian hair treatment brittle and prone to breakage.