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Topic: What does this mean now: Quality/Premium Hair??
Posted By: MsMahoganyRed
Subject: What does this mean now: Quality/Premium Hair??
Date Posted: Aug 19 2014 at 7:17am
Hey ladies!! 

So I've been thinking, since I haven't been buying any hair as of late - what does quality/premium hair mean to those who purchase hair in 2014?  The market is overly saturated with American AND Chinese vendors pushing hair, what are the true terms of quality/ premium hair?

When I first start buying "premium extensions", the market was no where near what it is today (abundance of lack luster and or knowledgeable vendors), the term quality hair, IMO, actually stood for something.  It seems to me that it's used so loosely for the sake of making a buck.  Many of these vendors selling hair have NO CLUE about hair let alone the product they sell, so it's a huge ball of confusion for those purchasing.

IMO, quality should directly fall in line with the integrity of the company but that is so far from the truth today, it just leaves little to be desired in the hair market.  

So what does "quality/premium hair" mean to you?



Replies:
Posted By: ms.blue
Date Posted: Aug 19 2014 at 9:25am
Quality/premium hair to me means, thick full hair little to no short hairs, excellent wefts and cuticle aligned. My biggest pet peeve with vendors is the lack of honesty and integrity with their products. This hair game has been a major turn off for me in the past 2 yrs. I had made 3 purchases this yr, one complete bundle set from a group order and 2 supplements from an AV. I ended up selling the supplements due to various reasons but it had to with customer service and integrity. I'm at a point now where I'm not even interested in spending my hard earned money buying hair.


Posted By: Brjasuga51
Date Posted: Aug 19 2014 at 9:53am
Quality Premium from these so call vendors is considered the holy grail of all hairs. No shedding...no tangling..no long beards...no split ends. Wefts constructed to last long . Hair is aligned. But when u receive the hair its the total opposite.


Posted By: mzsophisticated
Date Posted: Aug 19 2014 at 11:43am
I feel you on the term "quality hair", it seems like just because it lasts 6 months they deem it quality.

Things that I consider good quality hair must have:
It needs to last more than 1 year 
No shedding
No tangling
Deposit/lift colors easily
Cuticles aligned
Weft construction nice and neat

Things I prefer out of good quality hair but still some good quality hair had issues with these things:
No long beards
No thin ends
No awful smell
No short hairs throughout
Minimal gray hairs



Posted By: india100
Date Posted: Aug 19 2014 at 11:49am
1.Thouroghbred Horse Tails .
2.White poodles .
3.Polyester . Gray strands
4.Yak . Poor animals
5.10 strands cut off a 100 year old Chinese or Indian woman .
6.Shine . Floor wax .
7.Beards. Cat hair . Check the trash behind a rice house .




Posted By: Annahir F
Date Posted: Aug 19 2014 at 1:20pm
Originally posted by india100 india100 wrote:

1.Thouroghbred Horse Tails .
2.White poodles .
3.Polyster . Gray strands
4.Yak . Poor animals
5.10 stands cut off a 100 year old Chinese or Indian woman .
6.Shine . Floor wax .
7.Beards. Cat hair . Check the trash behind a rice house .





Lmaooooo


Posted By: cocopuffs
Date Posted: Aug 19 2014 at 4:02pm
It seems to mean what it used to mean for Wagman's, Bliss and Mane Depot.
Now it is a signal to "run"!


Posted By: PerfectDiva
Date Posted: Aug 19 2014 at 8:06pm
I think it's just a marketing ploy. Virgin and remi/remy are thrown around so much, they need a new term.


Posted By: hennared
Date Posted: Aug 19 2014 at 11:11pm
What Ms.Blue said.  I am thoroughly disgusted with the hair game as it is today (vs when I first 'got on board' in 2010, when it was already going downhill ).  My own hair is a thinning, frizzy, medically challenged MESS, but I am rocking that vs. taking more chances and wasting more money, on Chinese vendors.  I'm holding on to one stash of EP hair to make a wig from, and other than that.... I might buy from a member, but... new?  No I just can't seem to do it anymore.  'Premium hair' these days grows on fairy Unicorns....
Dead

INDIA LOLLOLCryCry right!?!


Posted By: MsMahoganyRed
Date Posted: Aug 20 2014 at 12:03pm
LOL  Okay well it's good to see that I am not the only suffering here.  It's hard to find true quality premium hair.  There is nothing wrong for those who like the hair that truly isn't quality in terms of weft construction & durability; condition of hair, ends, cuticle alignment; honesty on the status of the hair - processed or authentically virgin. 

When I think premium, quality hair vendors - the only names that come to mind are Extensions Plus and Bliss.  No other companies come into that realm of true honesty with their hair.  There are other good quality hair vendors but they aren't on the level of these companies.  I've said this before but I long for the days of Nature Girl.  Even back when I got into premium hair (2004) the American Vendors at least offered a good product - now it's impossible and the cost is ridiculous.  

I take into the account the demand but also the number of vendors as well.  It's too much foolery and I don't think I have the patience for it like I used to.  


Posted By: LynnNyc
Date Posted: Aug 21 2014 at 8:36am
India, #7 (rice house), LMAO....
 
MsMahogany, about Naturegirl, no one has duplicated them since. Not even the vendor who makes her customers get up at 4:00 am on Fridays to buy hair.
 
I think before an Aliexpress existed the hair was just better all around; that they cheapened the market quality along with the price and even vendors who had somewhat decent hair saw a way to make more money by filling out their supply with plastic and fibers, because overall Aliexpress does a lot of business, despite the very very poor quality of the hair people buy from them consistently. 


Posted By: Brooke@RC
Date Posted: Aug 21 2014 at 10:30am
Originally posted by MsMahoganyRed MsMahoganyRed wrote:

LOL  Okay well it's good to see that I am not the only suffering here.  It's hard to find true quality premium hair.  There is nothing wrong for those who like the hair that truly isn't quality in terms of weft construction & durability; condition of hair, ends, cuticle alignment; honesty on the status of the hair - processed or authentically virgin. 

When I think premium, quality hair vendors - the only names that come to mind are Extensions Plus and Bliss.  No other companies come into that realm of true honesty with their hair.  There are other good quality hair vendors but they aren't on the level of these companies.  I've said this before but I long for the days of Nature Girl.  Even back when I got into premium hair (2004) the American Vendors at least offered a good product - now it's impossible and the cost is ridiculous.  

I take into the account the demand but also the number of vendors as well.  It's too much foolery and I don't think I have the patience for it like I used to.  

What most people don't wan to hear is you get what you pay for, not always, but many times.  Remember, its so easy to start selling hair, can get it done with little money and up and running with a great website in a matter of 6 weeks or less.   If I had a dollar for every stylist who swears they know hair and thinks processed is Virgin, and Virgin is garbage…….I’d be driving a Bentley. 

There are a few very good companies out there, but good hair is expensive not just because of the raw material but because of the entire process that it takes taking raw hair, and making what people want.  Not all virgin hair is good, sorry, it just isn't.  Hair is hair, and just like many people in this country don't have good hair, neither does everywhere else around the world where people are sourcing hair.

Alibaba, china, Indian vendors----would you buy a good diamond or gold or a car that way?  I know I am sounding intense here, but I meet girls all the time that see great hair, but the price tage is not some buy 1 get one free deal and they say "that is too much".....even when their is a warranty with it.....sigh.  But then they turn around and buy some cheaper hair and complain that it goes to crap in just a few months or even weeks.

Stop believing "best quality" statements and youtube videos that are done by many who have been given the hair for free so they give a good review and move on to their next free hair from the next company.   How many company’s you know offer a warranty?

 

Some of the companies that you listed buy finished product from the same factory that less expensive companies (that everyone here knows) buy it from. 

Regards,
Brooke



Posted By: MsMahoganyRed
Date Posted: Aug 21 2014 at 12:05pm
Originally posted by LynnNyc LynnNyc wrote:

India, #7 (rice house), LMAO....
 
MsMahogany, about Naturegirl, no one has duplicated them since. Not even the vendor who makes her customers get up at 4:00 am on Fridays to buy hair.
 
I think before an Aliexpress existed the hair was just better all around; that they cheapened the market quality along with the price and even vendors who had somewhat decent hair saw a way to make more money by filling out their supply with plastic and fibers, because overall Aliexpress does a lot of business, despite the very very poor quality of the hair people buy from them consistently. 

Hey Lynn **waves**Embarrassed

I agree - with the introduction of Aliexpress, not Alibaba because that's been around for a while, it has definitely cheapened the market and all around has made it horrible to find decent hair at an affordable price.

I couldn't agree more with the Naturegirl statement.  That particular company wasn't mentioned for a reason...they CAN'T source hair to meet any type of demand - and htis has been since the introduction.  For the most part, they offer a nice product - but not for the money NOR the antics required to purchase what little they have to offer.


Originally posted by Brooke@RC Brooke@RC wrote:

Originally posted by MsMahoganyRed MsMahoganyRed wrote:

LOL  Okay well it's good to see that I am not the only suffering here.  It's hard to find true quality premium hair.  There is nothing wrong for those who like the hair that truly isn't quality in terms of weft construction & durability; condition of hair, ends, cuticle alignment; honesty on the status of the hair - processed or authentically virgin. 

When I think premium, quality hair vendors - the only names that come to mind are Extensions Plus and Bliss.  No other companies come into that realm of true honesty with their hair.  There are other good quality hair vendors but they aren't on the level of these companies.  I've said this before but I long for the days of Nature Girl.  Even back when I got into premium hair (2004) the American Vendors at least offered a good product - now it's impossible and the cost is ridiculous.  

I take into the account the demand but also the number of vendors as well.  It's too much foolery and I don't think I have the patience for it like I used to.  

What most people don't wan to hear is you get what you pay for, not always, but many times.  Remember, its so easy to start selling hair, can get it done with little money and up and running with a great website in a matter of 6 weeks or less.   If I had a dollar for every stylist who swears they know hair and thinks processed is Virgin, and Virgin is garbage…….I’d be driving a Bentley. 

There are a few very good companies out there, but good hair is expensive not just because of the raw material but because of the entire process that it takes taking raw hair, and making what people want.  Not all virgin hair is good, sorry, it just isn't.  Hair is hair, and just like many people in this country don't have good hair, neither does everywhere else around the world where people are sourcing hair.

Alibaba, china, Indian vendors----would you buy a good diamond or gold or a car that way?  I know I am sounding intense here, but I meet girls all the time that see great hair, but the price tage is not some buy 1 get one free deal and they say "that is too much".....even when their is a warranty with it.....sigh.  But then they turn around and buy some cheaper hair and complain that it goes to crap in just a few months or even weeks.

Stop believing "best quality" statements and youtube videos that are done by many who have been given the hair for free so they give a good review and move on to their next free hair from the next company.   How many company’s you know offer a warranty?

 

Some of the companies that you listed buy finished product from the same factory that less expensive companies (that everyone here knows) buy it from. 

Regards,
Brooke


Brooke - by no way am I new to this - I'm licensed and well versed with the whole spectrum of purchasing wholesale, sourcing a DIRECT vendor and the suppliers to the vendors.  I think MANY people on BHM KNOW not to follow reviews by YTbers, I don't purchase based on YTbers- never have and don't intend to.  Most stylists are seliing just because there is a market to sell to, so nothing new there that they haven't a clue about hair or more appropriately versed. 

Just to note - the TWO companies I mentioned source their own hair and have factories abroad so yes, there expanse is pretty deep.

As an apparent vendor - I can understand your frustration - however, I purchase quality virgin hair.  I am not interested in purchasing processed hair that yes, I can get cheaper.  Again, I am not new to this.  For those that are, more than a warranty on hair is going to be needed in order to get sales.  A warranty is a nice assurance but so is knowing you have QUALITY hair to begin with so that you DON'T need a warranty.Big smile


Posted By: LynnNyc
Date Posted: Aug 21 2014 at 12:48pm
YTbers? please, they will say anything to get free hair, and to be fair, I guess to some of them, they do get decent quality hair because the vendor makes sure they send them the best bundles and save the rest of the junk for the followers of the review. 
I remember when you could not even find/buy wefts or lacewigs on eBay, it didn't exist.  And when they were finally available it was only AVs, established ones that were selling.  Now? erry'body got an ebay store, sell on IG, FB, Craigslist... all because of the existence of aliexpress where they sell their exotic regions of skinny bundles of brown hair.  That was not an easy task to do before, to become a "vendor".   The hair game is pretty sad now.  Quality/premium is out there, but it is not on aliex and not at aliex prices either.
 


Posted By: spencer4hire
Date Posted: Aug 21 2014 at 1:14pm
Great topic! I agree .....it's disappointing buying hair now!
Extensions was the best purchase I made in terms of premium quality hair ..... I'm considering wearing my own hair and adding a few clip ins for a bit more less and thickness . So I'm waiting for a sale on their EPRT.
For the money I've spent on crap hair, I could've have a a few bundles by now!



Posted By: beauty05
Date Posted: Aug 21 2014 at 8:21pm
The funny thing is that when Nature Girl was around, we were complaining that they were too expensive.  Some people bought from them, but most did not.  Now that they're gone, we're crying.  We didn't really support them when they were around.  I believe that most of the market can't afford true high quality hair.  Yes, some can afford it, but most cannot.  The truth of the matter is that in order for more high quality hair companies to exist and stay running, we have to support them instead of the low quality, cheaper companies. But that's not what we're doing and herein lies the problem.  Consistently high quality hair is very expensive to source/manufacture due the demand and rarity.  Although Extensions Plus has been touted to have consistently good quality hair through the years, why aren't most people buying from them if they truly want high quality hair???  We want good quality hair, but why do we continue to buy from Ali Express or newer companies without history instead of those with a better history or reputation?  It boggles my mind.


Posted By: lovinglace
Date Posted: Aug 21 2014 at 11:55pm
Originally posted by beauty05 beauty05 wrote:

The funny thing is that when Nature Girl was around, we were complaining that they were too expensive.  Some people bought from them, but most did not.  Now that they're gone, we're crying.  We didn't really support them when they were around.  I believe that most of the market can't afford true high quality hair.  Yes, some can afford it, but most cannot.  The truth of the matter is that in order for more high quality hair companies to exist and stay running, we have to support them instead of the low quality, cheaper companies. But that's not what we're doing and herein lies the problem.  Consistently high quality hair is very expensive to source/manufacture due the demand and rarity.  Although Extensions Plus has been touted to have consistently good quality hair through the years, why aren't most people buying from them if they truly want high quality hair???  We want good quality hair, but why do we continue to buy from Ali Express or newer companies without history instead of those with a better history or reputation?  It boggles my mind.


Very good point


Posted By: ms.blue
Date Posted: Aug 22 2014 at 6:33am
Originally posted by beauty05 beauty05 wrote:

The funny thing is that when Nature Girl was around, we were complaining that they were too expensive.  Some people bought from them, but most did not.  Now that they're gone, we're crying.  We didn't really support them when they were around.  I believe that most of the market can't afford true high quality hair.  Yes, some can afford it, but most cannot.  The truth of the matter is that in order for more high quality hair companies to exist and stay running, we have to support them instead of the low quality, cheaper companies. But that's not what we're doing and herein lies the problem.  Consistently high quality hair is very expensive to source/manufacture due the demand and rarity.  Although Extensions Plus has been touted to have consistently good quality hair through the years, why aren't most people buying from them if they truly want high quality hair???  We want good quality hair, but why do we continue to buy from Ali Express or newer companies without history instead of those with a better history or reputation?  It boggles my mind.


People will continue buying from aliexpress because it's cheap. They will rather spend $600-1000 on multiple purchases from aliexpress then spend a little less on good quality premium hair....doesn't make sense.


Posted By: beauty05
Date Posted: Aug 22 2014 at 7:36am
The market will only supply what the people demand, but only at a price that makes sense for both parties.  It's the law of supply and demand.  If we truly want high quality hair, we have to "demand" that through our actions (not just words), so that it can be supplied or so that it makes financial sense for the market to supply it.  We want high quality hair, but we (the masses) don't want it at the price it's being offered for or for what it truly costs.  (That's OK - not everyone can afford or wants to pay for expensive things.)  Because based on what we're seeing - an influx of inconsistent and/or poor quality products because of our actions of continuously buying from/supporting companies that offer inconsistent and/or poor quality products - we're not really "demanding" the better quality.  We want it, but we don't really "wan't it". - At least not that bad Smile
Truth.com: "We'd rather gamble and spend our money numerous times on the "hope" of receiving good quality from a company without solid or consistent history just because they're cheaper, than spend it on companies with a solid history because they're more expensive".


Posted By: Brooke@RC
Date Posted: Aug 22 2014 at 8:10am
Originally posted by MsMahoganyRed MsMahoganyRed wrote:

Brooke - by no way am I new to this - I'm licensed and well versed with the whole spectrum of purchasing wholesale, sourcing a DIRECT vendor and the suppliers to the vendors.  I think MANY people on BHM KNOW not to follow reviews by YTbers, I don't purchase based on YTbers- never have and don't intend to.  Most stylists are seliing just because there is a market to sell to, so nothing new there that they haven't a clue about hair or more appropriately versed. 

Just to note - the TWO companies I mentioned source their own hair and have factories abroad so yes, there expanse is pretty deep.

As an apparent vendor - I can understand your frustration - however, I purchase quality virgin hair.  I am not interested in purchasing processed hair that yes, I can get cheaper.  Again, I am not new to this.  For those that are, more than a warranty on hair is going to be needed in order to get sales.  A warranty is a nice assurance but so is knowing you have QUALITY hair to begin with so that you DON'T need a warranty.Big smile

The comment about the over seas vendors is not to talk about their size, its to talk about the fact they are simply resellers on a large portion of their products.  No different then if you were to purchase from India and re-sell.

As far as a warranty, its meant as peace of mind and reassurance that someone stands behind their product.  Easy to promise great quality, promises are so easy.....

I was not address you as a stylist, I was saying in general, majority of this industry is uneducated, even many of the sellers.  

Cheers,
Brooke



Posted By: Brooke@RC
Date Posted: Aug 22 2014 at 8:12am
Originally posted by beauty05 beauty05 wrote:

The funny thing is that when Nature Girl was around, we were complaining that they were too expensive.  Some people bought from them, but most did not.  Now that they're gone, we're crying.  We didn't really support them when they were around.  I believe that most of the market can't afford true high quality hair.  Yes, some can afford it, but most cannot.  The truth of the matter is that in order for more high quality hair companies to exist and stay running, we have to support them instead of the low quality, cheaper companies. But that's not what we're doing and herein lies the problem.  Consistently high quality hair is very expensive to source/manufacture due the demand and rarity.  Although Extensions Plus has been touted to have consistently good quality hair through the years, why aren't most people buying from them if they truly want high quality hair???  We want good quality hair, but why do we continue to buy from Ali Express or newer companies without history instead of those with a better history or reputation?  It boggles my mind.

You get it.  You clearly understand it.  I won't go into details, because few care, but if people knew what it took to go from nothing, to raw hair, to finished product that is great every time.......most sellers don't even appreciate this.

Cheers,
Brooke


Posted By: india100
Date Posted: Aug 22 2014 at 8:40am
Brooke ^^^ Why do you assume "members" are in the dark ? I find your post a insult to ladies like myself . Check out MS Red post over the years for example . I have worn weaves for 25 years . I will continue to learn , but I know the hair game inside and out . Great to offer your knowledge , but you are on BHM posting like we are in the dark .

I hope you share all of the info with your customer base .


Posted By: MsMahoganyRed
Date Posted: Aug 22 2014 at 9:50am
Originally posted by india100 india100 wrote:

Brooke ^^^ Why do you assume "members" are in the dark ? I find your post a insult to ladies like myself . Check out MS Red post over the years for example . I have worn weaves for 25 years . I will continue to learn , but I know the hair game inside and out . Great to offer your knowledge , but you are on BHM posting like we are in the dark .

I hope you share all of the info with your customer base .

Right IndiaLOL!!  I mean, I know that this board has a lot of new members on this board but to sit here and think that folks on BHM, of all places, don't understand the hair industry is laughable. 

The members on this forum who are fully informed on the hair industry (and I don't mean knowing how to use Aliexpress and Alibaba for purchases) know what it takes to provide a quality product.  We've purchased from quality vendors and continue to show support.  To assume less, is ridiculous.  Just as you said India, it's nice to share information around but to assume you are schooling the less than fortunate on information is funny coming onto BHM.


Beauty05 made a couple valid points - many complained about Nature Girl and their prices...I did and yes - I still purchased.  Same thing with Bliss, EP and etc.  I know QUALITY hair.  Not based on a promise but reputation and sound product.  Warranties are promises and depending on the company, their warranty only carries you so far.  So again, it will take MORE than just a warranty to entice a consumer.LOL 

Yes, supply and demand dictates how markets work, that's a given.  At what point will people acknowledge that when spending more money on low quality hair - you lose in the long run.  I let go of the BSS when they started acting funny and now the same is having way with the hair industry.

I remember seeing a not so quality AV post on IG about BSS hair - she said if he customers were easily spending $120 a pack on BSS hair then they wouldn't have an issue spending more than that on her hair.  Her prices went up and well...its the trend many of these vendors are following.


Posted By: Keezyanduknoit
Date Posted: Aug 22 2014 at 9:58am
Ive joined recently and i must say tht some of u ladies have loads of knowledge abt the hair game and i appreciate u guys for sharing!!! Great topic BTW!!!


Posted By: kandyse1988
Date Posted: Aug 23 2014 at 9:44am
Originally posted by LynnNyc LynnNyc wrote:

India, #7 (rice house), LMAO....
 
MsMahogany, about Naturegirl, no one has duplicated them since. Not even the vendor who makes her customers get up at 4:00 am on Fridays to buy hair.
 
I think before an Aliexpress existed the hair was just better all around; that they cheapened the market quality along with the price and even vendors who had somewhat decent hair saw a way to make more money by filling out their supply with plastic and fibers, because overall Aliexpress does a lot of business, despite the very very poor quality of the hair people buy from them consistently. 


I came around when i think a lot of people just started buying from aliexpress because people found out that qhp was genesis virgin hair vendor (which everyone and their mama was rocking) thanks to fabulasityisme from youtube... that was 3-4 years ago... Im not saying that aliexpress is the best thing in the world but back then i purchased aliexpress hair and it lasted for a year and a half and even longer i just gave it away to my friends etc i wasnt experiencing that crazy smell, or tangling, nor matting etc etc curled really nice and never felt like it had a film on it.. But i can tell that the game has got so over-saturated especially because these vendors are sending out hair that has fibers, plastic, and even some vendors admit that its animal hair mixed with it....and now you have aliexpress vendors sending hair to these AV's thats selling hair to us for a up marked price (why i think most people want to buy from aliexpress, because ppl know that these AV's are legitimately not sourcing from a private vendor or even taking the time to try to find raw material anymore).... and now it just has gotten worse like now you have youtube people being sent hair for free from vendors on aliexpress to do reviews for their hairDeadDeadDeadDead... if they wsnt telling the truth with american vendors you think they are going to with aliexpress vendors... so this hair game is just shot.. I for one can say that i never experienced "raw" hair before, but i just didnt believe it truly existed anymore so with my lack of experience quality hair to me is 

Non tangling, cuticle aligned, non dyed, bleached-able, and easily color received hair, and the integrity behind the hair as well meaning weft construction, full hair, no scraggly ends etc...

but now vendors form of quality is blended, dyed, hair that is soft, and good for four washes and last a month, that is 5A, 6A, 7A, and al the way up to 20A hair... (i dont even know what the hell that supposed to be with these vendors now,i thought quality was quality period...  


Posted By: lindygaga
Date Posted: Aug 27 2014 at 10:21pm
I think  no tangle no shedding...and the hair smells good..not so dry and can last long time..That is what i think.


Posted By: beauty05
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 7:20am
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Posted By: beauty05
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 7:22am
Originally posted by womanwig.com womanwig.com wrote:

too many people only care the prices. the vendors sell bad quality to the customers as the good ones.And they say the hair is premium. Premium hair means virgin braids hair from healthy young people. I am the sales manager from QD Woman Wig Co. Ltd. I like to ask the answers about hair products. Anyone is interested in hair products(lace wigs, hair wefts, hair extensions etc), please visit our website: www.womanwig.com

Stop this madness!  What makes YOUR company different from every other company that's saying the SAME THING.  If your company is great, PROVE IT through your actions: solid historyconsistently high quality products, and paying for advertising like a serious business that feels that they're worth investing in themselves.  If you won't invest in yourself, why should I invest in you? How long have you been around??  What do you have to offer that's different from everyone else? Why you instead of the hundred plus vendors saying the same sh*t and delivering the same sh*t?  Bye, Go away!! Dead  

THIS is why it's hard to find decent hair anymore and why a lot of the good companies are going out of business - because of this bullsh*t.


Posted By: Brjasuga51
Date Posted: Aug 28 2014 at 8:36am
Originally posted by womanwig.com womanwig.com wrote:

oh, why are you so excited. What I said is the truth. We have  solid history, consistently high quality products, and of course we are paying for advertising; I need not explain everything here. Please swallow your words.And good companies will never go out of business, the good companies have a lot of returned customers.  
Let me remind u that this is a public forum. U on here telling bloggers to swallow their words because u disagree with them. I can just imagine what u tell your customers after u sell them some hair that has matted as a bird nest. And stop spamming the board with your company. Yes I reported youAngry


Posted By: PlataOPlomo
Date Posted: Aug 29 2014 at 3:13am
Hello all! I found this site while researching hair to buy my girl. This site is awesome. Someone stated it earlier. The problem is there are sooo many people trying to sell hair its crazy. When there is a demand in any market where profits can be made, scammers are bound to pop up. I went into a local BSS to see what is available. All I got was ZERO customer service and alot of bad products to choose from. I only buy quality. Im only going to buy quality for my girl. The people in the store dont think twice to sell you a lie. All they care about is the money. I wont support them. Neither should anyone else. The other problem is knowledge. Alot of people claim to know about hair and quality but they really dont. Im no expert but I know quality when I see it. You can't tell me that hair that is "premium" will cost $20 a bundle. Who would sell anything that is premium that low. Places like Aliexpress and DHgate and Alibaba are full of scammers. I wouldn't buy anything from them. They might have some good people to go through but why risk it. If you want the real deal, the premium, you have to pay for it. Simple as that.



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