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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote ms.blue Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Nov 16 2012 at 7:18pm
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Originally posted by debg debg wrote:


Originally posted by LovesLace LovesLace wrote:


Originally posted by ms.blue ms.blue wrote:

Originally posted by NoleLady12 NoleLady12 wrote:


Originally posted by ms.blue ms.blue wrote:

Originally posted by NoleLady12 NoleLady12 wrote:

Dang y'all... I'm still at work and all I can think about it going home and washing this hair so I can REALLY judge it. You never know hair until you wash it. I'm praying it'll get better and not worse. At this point, I don't know what to expect.

ms.blue did you already wash your bundles?




The 2 bundles I'm keeping, I did and the hair nice but they don't match in texture. The tangling subsided once i washed the hair.
What issues did you have with the other 2? Too short? Bad wefts?


None of my hair is true to length but i kept the longest bundles. My other bundles were too short or inconsistent lengths through out. One bundle, my leave out was longer than but i would admit it was pretty but the other bundle was a big offender-the variety of lengths was too much for me.

 
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read GG facebook post...................... they dont do one thing to the hair other than CUT OUT THE MATTS (wtfffff???) before throwing it in the mail to be wefted by someone.............. 

Yeah we read it. She washes her bundles with the rubberbands steellll on them. I doubt very seriously that she washes them when she gets them back from wefting but instead sticks them in the shipping envelopes and mails them straight off.
 
She claims Jadore tricked her partner (probably her teenage daughter) out of her vendor info so anyone who bought from Jadore better be on the watch IF she's not lying about that too.Dead


The hair has been definitely washed prior to shipping...I'm not going to even touch on the jadore comment
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Originally posted by ms.blue ms.blue wrote:

Originally posted by LovesLace LovesLace wrote:


Originally posted by debg debg wrote:


Originally posted by LovesLace LovesLace wrote:


Originally posted by ms.blue ms.blue wrote:

Originally posted by NoleLady12 NoleLady12 wrote:


Originally posted by ms.blue ms.blue wrote:

Originally posted by NoleLady12 NoleLady12 wrote:

Dang y'all... I'm still at work and all I can think about it going home and washing this hair so I can REALLY judge it. You never know hair until you wash it. I'm praying it'll get better and not worse. At this point, I don't know what to expect.

ms.blue did you already wash your bundles?




The 2 bundles I'm keeping, I did and the hair nice but they don't match in texture. The tangling subsided once i washed the hair.
What issues did you have with the other 2? Too short? Bad wefts?


None of my hair is true to length but i kept the longest bundles. My other bundles were too short or inconsistent lengths through out. One bundle, my leave out was longer than but i would admit it was pretty but the other bundle was a big offender-the variety of lengths was too much for me.

 
Single drawn weft?



read GG facebook post...................... they dont do one thing to the hair other than CUT OUT THE MATTS (wtfffff???) before throwing it in the mail to be wefted by someone.............. 

Yeah we read it. She washes her bundles with the rubberbands steellll on them. I doubt very seriously that she washes them when she gets them back from wefting but instead sticks them in the shipping envelopes and mails them straight off.
 
She claims Jadore tricked her partner (probably her teenage daughter) out of her vendor info so anyone who bought from Jadore better be on the watch IF she's not lying about that too.Dead


The hair has been definitely washed prior to shipping...I'm not going to even touch on the jadore comment
You sure that's not from BEFORE sending it to be wefted? Most wefters require the hair to be washed and nit free before accepting it for wefting. Her supplier probably did all that themselves. Besides if the rubberbands are still on it is it REALLY washed? LOL
 
Her partner may not be her teenaged daughter..................................could be her teenaged son instead.LOLLOLLOLLOLLOLLOL
 
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all this lying and deceitfulness from these vendors is getting on my everlasting nerves! so glad I didn't waste my money on that crap! ugh!!
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When did it become normal that customers are the ones investing in your business?
As a business owner you're suppose to spend YOUR money on kilos of hair, check the quality
ship out to customers & whatever profit you make needs to go to replenishing your stock.
You shouldn't even be cutting yourself a check or using the profits for your livelihood
the first few years of a new business.
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Measuring one of the short bundles. This was after unraveling and combing it out.




i dont get it................... the shortest you paid for was 18-20 and this is 16 inch ......... the hair on the right in the weft looks hella shorter than 16

its like none of this hair was checked at all before sending it out......... throw ribbons on it and call it good

who rolls up hair like that in a ball at the top....... i only had cv hair  like that and it was hella neater than this ham

she can put the blame on who ever is making the wefts but there is no excuse for this.......... sending out short hair is someone trying to get away with something
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Originally posted by Kami612 Kami612 wrote:

When did it become normal that customers are the ones investing in your business?
As a business owner you're suppose to spend YOUR money on kilos of hair, check the quality
ship out to customers & whatever profit you make needs to go to replenishing your stock.
You shouldn't even be cutting yourself a check or using the profits for your livelihood
the first few years of a new business.


I'm seriously sick of this new business model all the weave companies seem to be using...
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Originally posted by beana3 beana3 wrote:

Originally posted by Kami612 Kami612 wrote:

When did it become normal that customers are the ones investing in your business?
As a business owner you're suppose to spend YOUR money on kilos of hair, check the quality
ship out to customers & whatever profit you make needs to go to replenishing your stock.
You shouldn't even be cutting yourself a check or using the profits for your livelihood
the first few years of a new business.


I'm seriously sick of this new business model all the weave companies seem to be using...

who is doing this taking money before the stuff is even made beside jace and gg ??  gg seemed to be a copycat anyway
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Originally posted by debg debg wrote:

Originally posted by beana3 beana3 wrote:

Originally posted by Kami612 Kami612 wrote:

When did it become normal that customers are the ones investing in your business?
As a business owner you're suppose to spend YOUR money on kilos of hair, check the quality
ship out to customers & whatever profit you make needs to go to replenishing your stock.
You shouldn't even be cutting yourself a check or using the profits for your livelihood
the first few years of a new business.


I'm seriously sick of this new business model all the weave companies seem to be using...

who is doing this taking money before the stuff is even made beside jace and gg ??  gg seemed to be a copycat anyway

I remember this company popping up days after someone revealed Jace's "alleged" vendor.
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Originally posted by debg debg wrote:

Originally posted by beana3 beana3 wrote:

Originally posted by Kami612 Kami612 wrote:

When did it become normal that customers are the ones investing in your business?
As a business owner you're suppose to spend YOUR money on kilos of hair, check the quality
ship out to customers & whatever profit you make needs to go to replenishing your stock.
You shouldn't even be cutting yourself a check or using the profits for your livelihood
the first few years of a new business.


I'm seriously sick of this new business model all the weave companies seem to be using...

who is doing this taking money before the stuff is even made beside jace and gg ??  gg seemed to be a copycat anyway
All the ones with the 6 week wait for sure and probably the ones with the 2 weeks or more wait too.
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A lot of FB companies do it.
Jadore has a 4 week wait.
I think Yummy has a 3 week wait.
Pretty much anyone offering Russian hair or advertising coarse hair.
GHOH only sells Russian when they have it in stock & if they dont then
you have to wait for it.
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