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LAGAH EXPORT, GOOD OR BAD?

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Topic: LAGAH EXPORT, GOOD OR BAD?
Posted By: LeopardaRose
Subject: LAGAH EXPORT, GOOD OR BAD?
Date Posted: Mar 22 2012 at 3:21pm
Hey guys, 
We all know that buying hair is a risky business, but i am willing to take that risk with a company called LAGAH EXPORT, I have seen them boast about the quality of their hair but haven't really seen customers talk about it much. 
I am thinking of purchasing double drawn indian hair but i need to know if other people have brought hair from them, and if you have please review it for me, as detailed as possible please. 
Thank youuuuu
xx



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Posted By: misscharisma
Date Posted: Apr 06 2012 at 10:50am
I thought about ordering from them to but was scared off
because he only accepts bank transfer western union and money gram
Do you accept paypal?
No.

 If there is a wave or curl pattern, how is that achieved? Is it natural? steam processed? or machine processed?
Steam and machine processed.

 How is the hair collected?Is the hair collected from one braid (meaning one donor) or multiple donors?
Temple hair and collected from villages form single donors.

Is the hair dipped in acid? 
No.

 Is this hair true to length meaning when measured all the hair is a full example 18 inches from top to bottom maintain the same thickness through the whole bundle.
You must buy double drawn then because double drawn hair has thickness at ends.
But all the hair of 100% same length are not possible as it will be very expensive that your customers will not pay for this.


Posted By: doubleaqueen772
Date Posted: Apr 06 2012 at 10:58am
someone from the board says it sheds badly


Posted By: hairlock
Date Posted: Oct 17 2012 at 1:30pm
hi, i dome my first purchase from lagah exports 3 years back. hair are great. their manager sk is a true man and never disappointed us. you must try their hair.

this is a great website, i love this website EmbarrassedEmbarrassed


Posted By: butterfly_2957
Date Posted: Oct 17 2012 at 3:03pm
^^^Vendor!!!


Posted By: rredict
Date Posted: Oct 17 2012 at 4:24pm
Originally posted by hairlock hairlock wrote:

hi, i dome my first purchase from lagah exports 3 years back. hair are great. their manager sk is a true man and never disappointed us. you must try their hair.

this is a great website, i love this website EmbarrassedEmbarrassed
These suppliers are up in our threads these daysAngryDead
 
Why can't you just say you are Lagah Export???  What you are doing looks shady and will make people not buy from you playing these games.AngryDead    Just be straight or let your products stand for themself and not come in our threads..Angry


Posted By: Camiweaver
Date Posted: Oct 03 2013 at 5:58pm
I know. I am actually new here, for real...but not to the world of hair... and hair wefts and weaves.
I hate the fact we have to try blindly to buy online from vendors who always say "no" to Paypal.
As a small business of 1 person lol.. well it's a startup actually... I have tried several vendors, but they all lived close to where I am: Argentina.
Hair in brazil and here, is too expensive ,but worth it.
I am planning on travelling to India to see for myself and test the hair, by bleaching it to a very light pale blonde, and washing it over 20 times. I am actually going to do all that for the couple of weeks i will be staying.
When I do, i will let you all know who's worth it and who's full of crap.
Can I say crap? I'm new at BHM. lol

Anyway, beware of poorly written reviews online, it shows it's just a BAD marketing plot from Indian and Chinese vendors.
But beware of companies who also speak english well.
Right now i'm about to order a few samples in bulk from 4 vendors.
If it works out, I'll let you know, just PM me.

You guys should learn how to weft your own hair, and cut the middle men (me! actually)
or pay for someone to make custom wefts, and just start trying vendors not from the states.

Did anyone ordered from LAGAH ? anyway ?
I am talking to them, and I found 3 suppliers online, who do accept paypal but they accept it + paypal fees and other $.
You'll spend for a 100 gram sample, in my case, straight human virginremy hair, 65 cm length  bulk, it's just a sample : between 85 usd and 120 usd.

You can do a loooot with 100 grams.
And it's not so expensive as a sample.
Anyone who knows where I can buy virgin remy human hair unprocessed, please let me know.
Thanks everyone!


Posted By: Camiweaver
Date Posted: Oct 03 2013 at 5:59pm
Yeah of course you did! pff....it shows you are a true buyer, your gramatically challenged messages cannot fool anyone..smh.


Posted By: Camiweaver
Date Posted: Oct 03 2013 at 6:00pm
who? can you let me talk to them?
I'm gonna buy hair in bulk because i make hand tied wefts, so the shedding doesn't bother me at all, because with that method, which includes making it with a pole (lol), it just won't shed, and i don't have to use weft sealers.
Can you tell me his or her username?
thanks!


Posted By: Camiweaver
Date Posted: Oct 03 2013 at 6:04pm
did you buy in the end, from them?
I wanna buy too, and i read on a fake review that you can totally tell it was written by them, that they do accept paypal.
Also, how about A L Kishore?
The guy has an emporium, and he appeared on Chris rock 's "good hair"
I do not know him or his company, but i got the price list in bulk, it's not excessively cheap , it might work for me in Argentina, I dunno... but I wanna buy hair samples from him, Suna hair, Shahira enterprises, and a guy called "Dev Jangra" on facebook.
He has nice prices too and accepts paypal.
I SWEAR i have no affiliation with this man, but he was recommended by a facebook friend of mine, from the united states, and i am having doubts whether to purchase from one or the other companies.
ALSO.. i read an article online about another vendor who has iso 9001 and 9000 i think, certifications, and I think it was Kishore's who is recognized by the government as an exporter.

Anyone can help me with these companies? Also...there's a vendor who accepts paypal, from Russia or Uzbekistan called "alexander kalendarev" on facebook, but the prices of his hair are too expensive for me.

i think he does let you buy a sample. Anyone bought from them?


Posted By: HairLine
Date Posted: Jan 08 2014 at 10:29am
Angry LAGAH EXPORTS IS HORRIBLE PLEASE DO NOT GIVE THEM YOUR MONEY. I ordered a 18" lace wig and a 20 and 22 inch double drawn weft. I paid over $680.00 for it, and he reassured me that it was the best. He sent me a 10" wig instead of 18" and it was soooo cheaply made the lace and this orange fabric they use has so much stretch, no structure and extremely flimsy it just rolled off your head. The double drawn was so dry and full of grey and may have started the inches I ordered but they cut 2" across the bottom so they can call it double drawn and both came two inches shorter than I ordered.
I let him know I would let people know about his company (which I don't think he has, because it took three weeks for him to send, and it wasn't a special order) It's obvious he's lying about having a manufacturing companies. He sends away for it himself, but he's listed as a manufacture. At any rate he said he would just say I was another manufacturer trying to make his company look bad instead of improving there own quality. Other companies won't give you info about them because they don't want to get caught bad mouthing other companies, so I need you to know I am honest about the truth I have told you about LAGAH EXPORTS. I'm not trying to hide. My name is Beverly Houston, I am the owner of several Salons, and you can skype or find me on facebook using my name, to contact me.
They are a horrible company and won't even give me a refund for the balance of 18" wig verses the 10" they sent me. He just blamed his employees. WHAT EMPLOYEES???? 
PLEAS JUST BE CAREFUL 


Posted By: marie67
Date Posted: Jan 16 2014 at 8:24pm
I would NEVER buy lace wigs from India,I don't trust their cratfmanship! The ONLY thing I want from India is the virign hair that's it! Also there aren't that many vendors in India that will take paypal,so yes, you will have to western union /bank wire the money in most cases. Also when buying hair, think about the finished length that you desire and add 2"-3" to that because you will have to trim single drawn hair and you must buy longer and allow for a few inches being trimmed off. Never buy the exact length unless it's double drawn hair.


Posted By: blondehaircolours
Date Posted: Jan 18 2014 at 5:05am
Thanks for the information :D


Posted By: xtrodinare
Date Posted: Mar 05 2014 at 8:18pm
Thank you Hairline becz I was going to place an order with them.......


Posted By: DOLLHOUSESTYLIN
Date Posted: Mar 18 2014 at 2:21pm
Im alsi looking into jangra


Posted By: realvirginhair
Date Posted: Oct 10 2014 at 12:25am
It pays to research on BHM.
Thank you Jesus for this website and it's creators!
Bev, thanks so much for the alert/review. I was going to order, thank you for saving my coins!
I know you are aware of this, but he has placed your name on his website. What a Fraudster  this joker is. SMHDead



Posted By: JenaSpring
Date Posted: Sep 08 2016 at 1:24am
Thank you ladies.  You saved me from buying more horrible hair...so my search continues...


Posted By: oldflowleahh
Date Posted: Apr 03 2017 at 11:09pm
Hit or miss.


Posted By: Ladicherokee
Date Posted: Apr 08 2017 at 9:11am
Anyone brought from them lately??


Posted By: Princess Grace
Date Posted: Apr 10 2017 at 10:29am
Originally posted by Ladicherokee Ladicherokee wrote:

Anyone brought from them lately??

I see too many bad reports to even risk it, they are on ripoff report too. 


Posted By: Ladicherokee
Date Posted: Apr 10 2017 at 11:56am
Thanks.



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