(Closed) real hair-hair extentions

posted 7 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
3142 posts
Sugar bee

75$ is super cheap for human hair.

Remember… the hair is ironed and then coated with wax.  The minute you wash it it will turn into a frizz ball mess if it’s cheap!


Post # 5
3142 posts
Sugar bee


In that case, I recommend simulated hair.  Depending on how you are putting it on yourself.

If you’re just going to glue in random strips or if you’re making clip ins, it’s great.  There is lots out there that is heat friendly too.

It’s WAY cheaper and stays shiny and tangle free.


Post # 6
9029 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

Do you have a beauty store around that sells hair products for african americans? because they have the best deals of human hair for all colors, from blond to jet black.  And theirs is much better quality than what sally has.  You can then make your own clip ins but sewing on the clips yourself

Post # 8
1577 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

I bought mine off eBay, although I wear them more often, i just couldn’t afford the ones at Sally’s.

$24 for 22″ Remy hair, 70g on 7 clips, and free shipping.   My natural hair is very fine and blonde so they’re the right match for me. I think if I had thicker hair I would need double the amount.



They took almost 5 weeks to arrive, BUT when they did I was really happy with them. We compared them to my sister’s much more expensive Remy hair extensions from Trade Secrets and we can’t tell the difference. (even burned a strand or two to test)

Post # 9
59 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: September 2011

I am using FoxyLocks.

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