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Great Virgin Hair companies for a budget?

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Topic: Great Virgin Hair companies for a budget?
Posted By: Kinkyfodayz
Subject: Great Virgin Hair companies for a budget?
Date Posted: Feb 11 2014 at 7:18pm
Heeyy! I'm looking for some great virgin hair companies that I can look into investing some virgin hair into, there's only one catch, I'm on a budget. I want that good stuff but $200 for 3 bundles is OUT of the question Cry

I've bought virgin hair before so I am no stranger to the VH world. I purchased from Flips Hair, the best-- i repeat, best virgin hair I have ever bought. I would buy from them again but I want longer lengths and can't afford the lengths I want.  I've also bought from this company, who's name shall stay hidden, and the hair was TERRIBLE! By the time I finally realized that it was terrible it was about 3 weeks into my install and the woman completely stopped replying to my emails.... Dead I think I'll make different rant post about that haha.

NOW! Back to this topic, my top limit I am willing to spend on 3 bundles (16,18,20 or 14,16,18) is $160. Don't think I'm crazy. I have found some companies that offer bundle deals that fit that requirement. I follow plenty of companies on Instagram and several have caught my eye. I read customer reviews, look at customer install pics, and view the site (if one is available).

Now, I want y'all to tell me your favorite Virgin Hair suppliers that can possibly fit my needs when it comes to my purchase. Leave a site, email, and/or FB/IG/Youtube page.

Star Y'all are amazing . Trust me I've done my research of finding good companies that fit my budget need, but I want multiple so that I can compare. Thanks.



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Posted By: shalafbabii
Date Posted: Feb 12 2014 at 11:48am
I would go with a CV or IV to get "virgin" hair in your budget. Not saying any specific vendor to buy from, but Jeffrey or Roman could get you some hair in that budget. You have to include the $30 shippingConfused. Also, you get what you pay for, so in that budget, you must know how to make your hair last past 3-6 months. it's a hit or miss.


Posted By: marie67
Date Posted: Feb 12 2014 at 2:42pm
Question,if you had a prior vendor who's hair was teribble as you stated, then why would'nt you try to save the BHM members the heartache of possibly purchasing from that company as well?


Posted By: vano1990
Date Posted: Feb 13 2014 at 11:54am
True!


Posted By: Nitty0102
Date Posted: Feb 13 2014 at 11:56am
I agree with you marie67... As my kids say "Sharing is caring"


Posted By: Princess Grace
Date Posted: Feb 14 2014 at 10:00am
If you just keep buying hair over and over again, you are really not staying in your budget.


Posted By: *SUCCMIDRY*
Date Posted: Feb 14 2014 at 12:00pm
Please use the search feature. Theres a multitude of vendor information along with pricing. 


Posted By: CurvyGirl27
Date Posted: Feb 14 2014 at 3:31pm
To be honest, I think what you're doing is pointless. That $160 you spend is not going to last you very long. You may as well add another $100 on to that and get hair that will last you through several installs. Sure you'll be spending more upfront, but you'll be getting longer wear out of the hair. What happens when that $160 you spend on hair goes down the drain in 3, possibly 6 months if you're really lucky? You're going to need to buy new hair again. Lets assume you spend another $160, then you're up to $320 for at least a year, assuming it lasts 6 months. It all adds up in the end, hun. Just something to think about. Save a little so you can truly invest in something that's going to last you a while. Just my $.02. 


Posted By: FirstLady_CoCo
Date Posted: Feb 19 2014 at 8:08pm
You can get some hair from Queens for that price. I just ordered my coworker some.  I've used them on multiple occasions & all the hair I've purchased has lasted AT LEAST a year.  

Many people aren't going to help you, they'd prefer you do your own research.  I'd only agree if it made you a better person at the end of the day, but it doesn't. It's weave, not a research paper for school LOL


Posted By: shepherd007
Date Posted: Feb 19 2014 at 9:33pm
why not come to our website to check if have something you need ?


Posted By: KingsQueen9810
Date Posted: Feb 22 2014 at 4:24pm
Originally posted by CurvyGirl27 CurvyGirl27 wrote:

To be honest, I think what you're doing is pointless. That $160 you spend is not going to last you very long. You may as well add another $100 on to that and get hair that will last you through several installs. Sure you'll be spending more upfront, but you'll be getting longer wear out of the hair. What happens when that $160 you spend on hair goes down the drain in 3, possibly 6 months if you're really lucky? You're going to need to buy new hair again. Lets assume you spend another $160, then you're up to $320 for at least a year, assuming it lasts 6 months. It all adds up in the end, hun. Just something to think about. Save a little so you can truly invest in something that's going to last you a while. Just my $.02. 



Yes..I agree Clap


Posted By: KingsQueen9810
Date Posted: Feb 22 2014 at 4:28pm
Originally posted by FirstLady_CoCo FirstLady_CoCo wrote:

You can get some hair from Queens for that price. I just ordered my coworker some.  I've used them on multiple occasions & all the hair I've purchased has lasted AT LEAST a year.  

Many people aren't going to help you, they'd prefer you do your own research.  I'd only agree if it made you a better person at the end of the day, but it doesn't. It's weave, not a research paper for school LOL



So true..It's funny because I was going to purchase from Queens and went from "researching" THEM to talking to 20 different IV's getting prices for kilos...lol I be gettin lost in my research!!!!!...like how I go from Queens hair reviews looking to buy 5 bundles to talking to iguntamabuda (exaggerated IV name) asking how much he charge by the kilo...whew! LOLConfusedWacko


Posted By: BeautybySheria
Date Posted: Mar 25 2014 at 4:41pm
 My company Beauty by Sheria is selling virgin Malaysian, Indian, Peruvian, and Brazilian hair 8-30" $35-$140

We also have:

1. 3-Way Part closures 8-20" $65-$115

2. Middle-Part closures 8-20" $60-$110

3. Full Lace Free-Part Frontals 8-20" at $155
4. Free-Part closures 8-20" starting at $60

Check it out on www.beautybysheria.com

We're also having a grand-opening sale of 15% off your entire order. Plus free standard shipping.

Hope I can be a help to you and have a great day.< id="_npwlo" ="applicationpwlo" height="0">


Posted By: Brooke@RC
Date Posted: Mar 31 2014 at 11:01am
Originally posted by CurvyGirl27 CurvyGirl27 wrote:

To be honest, I think what you're doing is pointless. That $160 you spend is not going to last you very long. You may as well add another $100 on to that and get hair that will last you through several installs. Sure you'll be spending more upfront, but you'll be getting longer wear out of the hair. What happens when that $160 you spend on hair goes down the drain in 3, possibly 6 months if you're really lucky? You're going to need to buy new hair again. Lets assume you spend another $160, then you're up to $320 for at least a year, assuming it lasts 6 months. It all adds up in the end, hun. Just something to think about. Save a little so you can truly invest in something that's going to last you a while. Just my $.02. 


Thank you, thank you, thank you.  Finally someone said it.  If you want quality, consistency and longevity, the extra money you spend in the front, will save you a TON of money over 12-months. 

Like everything in life, you will get what you pay for.  Just like if you want to change styles, but don't want to wash, maintain or change the texture yourself, buying really good hair doesn't make much sense, then you are better off buying cheap hair to be replaced every month or two.

First decide what you really need, then crunch the numbers.

Cheers,
Mark


Posted By: TokyoRose
Date Posted: Mar 31 2014 at 11:29am
I know this was written a while ago, but let me tell you, spending $160 over and over again is not working with a budget. I have spent $700+ for 4 bundles of hair from Virgin Curl. I STILL have that hair, in tact and I bought it two years ago. While you are spending $160 every three months for crap, the hair I bought from that company is still going strong. Save your money, put some more pennies with it and make a real investment in your hair.


Posted By: ladybugj
Date Posted: Apr 04 2014 at 12:57pm
$160 for 3 bundles isn't necessarily crap. You may have to baby it a little more but if you can get at least 6 months wear out of it I think it's worth it. What I don't understand is asking for help with vendors but don't wanna share vendor's you've had bad experiences with.


Posted By: feelblessed
Date Posted: Apr 05 2014 at 9:26pm
If u want information given.....you should expose the bad companies to help others save their money by avoiding these aweful companies that are robbing people's hard earned money.


Posted By: OrriannaRose
Date Posted: Apr 06 2014 at 1:54am
Originally posted by ladybugj ladybugj wrote:

$160 for 3 bundles isn't necessarily crap. You may have to baby it a little more but if you can get at least 6 months wear out of it I think it's worth it. What I don't understand is asking for help with vendors but don't wanna share vendor's you've had bad experiences with.

I'm all about saving $$ when I can, but what kind of floor hair are yall buying?! That's $53 a bundle. Stern Smile


Posted By: ladybugj
Date Posted: Apr 06 2014 at 7:00am
Originally posted by OrriannaRose OrriannaRose wrote:

Originally posted by ladybugj ladybugj wrote:

$160 for 3 bundles isn't necessarily crap. You may have to baby it a little more but if you can get at least 6 months wear out of it I think it's worth it. What I don't understand is asking for help with vendors but don't wanna share vendor's you've had bad experiences with.


I'm all about saving $$ when I can, but what kind of floor hair are yall buying?! That's $53 a bundle. Stern Smile


Ok so I'm not here to debate but yeah $53 a bundle which rather you know it or not is the amount that your supplier most likely paid for the bundle anyway, they just charged you $110 for it.


Posted By: glammedup
Date Posted: Apr 14 2014 at 8:27am
Buying virgin hair on a budget is only going to lead to headache, frustrastion, and an empyt pocket. lol When dealing with virgin hair, its best to save your money and get what you want so therefore it will last and you can get your money worth. Buying cheap will only get you so far and then you will end up paying more out of pocket trying to find some more. Save and buy. Check out my youtube channel, I do hair reviews and I am doing review now on one company who is having great bundle deals. If I can help with anything, please feel free to ask me.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=huPUJMhY-oI&list=UUEHhg1o5P6Kp4bId8YB2Z1Q


Posted By: ladybugj
Date Posted: Apr 14 2014 at 9:37am
[QUOTE=glammedup]Buying virgin hair on a budget is only going to lead to headache, frustrastion, and an empyt pocket. lol When dealing with virgin hair, its best to save your money and get what you want so therefore it will last and you can get your money worth. Buying cheap will only get you so far and then you will end up paying more out of pocket trying to find some more. Save and buy. Check out my youtube channel, I do hair reviews and I am doing review now on one company who is having great bundle deals. If I can help with anything, please feel free to ask me.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=huPUJMhY-oI&list=UUEHhg1o5P6Kp4bId8YB2Z1

Nah,I'd rather continue doing things the way I've been. This hair game is so screwed up now. I'm not gonna even gamble my money away paying for expensive hair. The quality on most of these supposed top notch hair companies have gone to s**ts. I'll keep ordering from my aliexpress vendor who's hair bundles I've been wearing for 9months and still going strong. I don't trust YouTube either when it comes to hair reviews.


Posted By: glammedup
Date Posted: Apr 14 2014 at 11:58am
I completely understand where you are coming from because alot of people that do reviews on youtube, are not telling the whole truth. If i cant be truthful in what i do, no reason for me to do it. One vendor wanted to pay me commission for what sells. So that means you want me to try my best to promote your hair and it may not be good. No sorry, thats not what i do. You do take a gamble but you have to do it at your own risk. Look for people you may can trust (which is hard) I have purchased off of aliexpress and what i have had has been crap.



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