Henlon hair is a durable fiber commonly used for making wigs, and has a very high resistance to heat and tends to stay quite soft even when it's set. It looks and feels almost identical to high heat kanekalon.
We recommend using henlon for braids; for dreads, you may get better results using from regular kanekalon. In any case, this hair will seal softer and squishier.
Boiling water generally isn't hot enough to seal henlon. We recommend using a steamer or a wet wash cloth and straightener to seal dreads. Henlon is best suited for crochet dreads. For braids, it's best to seal the ends with rubber bands or thread, or use a damp cloth/straightener (like with dreads).
Length: 24" folded, 48" unfolded (60 cm folded, 120 cm unfolded).
Weight: 2.8 ounces (80 g).
Texture: Slightly kinky yaky texture. This hair has enough of a crimp to not be slippery, but it's not as kinky as kanekalon jumbo braid.
Brand: Diversity Hair.
The third, fourth, and fifth product pictures are color comparisons that show the following colors from left to right:
- Basil, Olive Green, and Myrtle Green.
- Khaki Green, Olive Green, and Pistachio.
- Lime Green, Olive Green, and Emerald Green.
Lime Green and Emerald Green are both kk jumbo braid, and the rest of the colors shown are all high heat kanekalon and henlon.