What is the difference between grade 9a, 10a, and double drawn hair?

July 02, 2018

What is the difference between grade 9a, 10a, and double drawn hair?

Hair grades are used to determine hair quality. The hair grading system was put in place to help women around the world spot the difference between low, medium, and high quality hair.

There are different grades of hair but we would be looking at only grade 9a, 10a, and Double drawn hair.

Grade 9a hair :

This grade of hair is soft silky and airy.  This grade of hair is suitable for those that want airy hair that is not heavy on the head.

Grade 10a hair:

This grade of hair is softer than grade 9a hair but thicker than grade 10a hair

Double drawn hair:

This grade of hair is the softer than grade 9a and grade 10a hair. It is also double drawn living it with no fly aways. The hair is soft, silky and thick. You will need less bundles to make the hair look full.

For further advice on the difference between Grade 9a, 10a, or double drawn hair, you can contact one of MSL's hair specialists at info@mslhair.com 





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