(Closed) Where did you buy your NON-SALON/HAIR DRESSER hair extensions? +Pics and Reviews

posted 6 years ago in Beauty
Post # 4
389 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

This is pretty much a C & P from what I posted on another thread a few minutes ago.

I bought them from Sally’s Beauty Supply. They are called Euronxt Remy and I paid about $75 or $80 for them. I’ve bought that same brand several times and will buy them again. They held up for about 6 months with everyday use and TLC.

Here’s my reply on another thread:

“I used them for years after I got a really bad hair cut. I’ve curled them, straightened them and so on and they were great! I’ve even worn that brand while modeling on the runway. Great product for a great price. I also have naturally curly hair and very easily manipulated them to match my hair texture. They are very versatile and held up well. I like them much better than the more expensive brands I’ve tried. I’m just glad my hair has grown back but I want to use these on my wedding day as well for a little more volume. When I wear them it keeps my natural hair from frizzing for some awesome reason.”

I don’t have any pics on my phone to show sorry 🙁

Post # 5
5405 posts
Bee Keeper

I don’t understand the non salon thing but I have some jessica Simpson extensions that I love. They’re not human hair so they can’t be heat styles but they have held up well. It’s been a whole since I got them so I can’t remember the price for sure but I want to say somewhere around $75. Sorry no pictures on my phone. 

Post # 6
4887 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

I got Remy all natural dark brown 16″ full extensions (8 pieces) from Sally Beauty.


I paid $149.


NO ONE can tell they’re extensions.  I use them to make my hair fuller and not longer, and it definitely does the trick.  The color is perfectly matched to my hair.


Overall I’m super happy with them – they clip in so they’re super easy to put in/take out and I can DIY whenever I want.  


Post # 7
679 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

I order all of my extensions as well as friends’ and family’s extensions from Ebay.  I have never had a problem with quality.  I have ordered 22 inch human hair  clip in extensions for under $30.  My hair stylist could not believe the quaility of my extensions that she now orders all of hers from Ebay as well.  The only issue is that it takes a looong time for then to come in.  I’ve curled, dyed, straigtened, hot rolled, washed etc, etc.  Some of my extensions are over 3 years old and are still i great condition!

Post # 8
4109 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

Satin Strands from Sally’s are great.

Post # 9
2104 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

@Vegas Pug:  how do you know if the color will match your hair?  Sometimes color looks different on the computer screen, so I’m curious how you figured out which color to order.

Post # 10
1488 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

I got Euronext clip ins from Sally’s. I have had the same set for over a year now and they still look amazing. You can curl them, flat iron them, and NO ONE can tell they are extensions. People are always shocked when I tell them. I think I paid $80 for the 18inch. Seriously though, they are awesome.

Post # 11
130 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2012

Sorry to all the ladies, if the Sally’s ones work great for you then awesome! But IMO they don’t hold up AT ALL. I’ve known multiple people who bought them and after wearing them to a few special events they were all ratty and nasty. I own HeadKandy (headkandy.com) extensions and cannot say enough wonderful things about them. They will also color match you if you send them some pictures of yourself in natural lighting. Bit pricey, but they last forever and are high quality remi hair.

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