Invest In Your Weave – Good vs Bad Hair Weaves
Ok ladies it is now time for that topic that everyone thinks about or talk among friends but never out in the open……it;s time for the weave talk. Don’t be ashamed, the sales of weave and hair extensions has shot up in the past few years. So almost everyone is rocking some extensions, a wig or some type of hair that was bought from a beauty store. The problem that comes with it is how you invest in your hair.
I know personally if I buy hair I am going to make sure EVERYONE believe that it is all mine so I am going to pay a pretty penny for my hair. High quality hair is going to cost anywhere from $200-$400 dollars BUT it is good quality hair and if taken care of it last a pretty long time. Let’s be real you cannot go to $50 weave salon expecting to get a $400 weave service. You get what you pay for. Here are some examples of celebrities with good, the bad and the ugly when it comes to weaves.
Invest in top notch service. Don’t try and cut corners by going to cheaper hair salons who can care less about hair care, you’ll end up with some bad hair weaves. They just worry about getting women in and out. They are more about getting money than actual customer service and your hair.
Good vs Bad Hair Weaves Pictures
Good Hair Weaves – Kelly Rowland Pictures
Bad Hair Weaves – Brandy Pictures
Make sure you get hair than matches your natural strands. Nothing looks worse than having sleek straight weave and then natural roots. Go for Virgin Remy Human Hair. This hair has a natural shine and tangle-free. You can also style it like natural hair. Plus it stays lustrous after every wash.
Bad Hair Weaves – Model Eva Marcille Pictures
Good Hair Weaves – Sanaa Lantham Pictures
Say no to glue! The chemicals in glue can leave lead to allergic reactions and some signs are inflammation of the scalp and itching. Go for a sew in instead.
Bad Hair Weaves
Good Hair Weaves
Finally make sure your hair matches your style and personality. If you are shy and don’t like to be the center of attention. Don’t walk down the boulevard wearing a big lengthy wavy or curly weave. Keep it sleek and simple.