How Much is TOO Much for Quality Hair Extensions?
After doing a post about the release of Angela Simmons' new hair line 'Bikini' for Indique, a friend pointed out that the hair would retail for a whopping $205-310/ 4 oz (a portion of the sales will go toward a charity). While I'm still unsure about which lengths that price encompasses, it got me thinking… If you're like me, and you like to install a full head of hair, you'd probably want to purchase up to 12 ounces, that's an alarming $600-900! How much is too much to pay for quality virgin extensions? With the overwhelming rise in interest surrounding the hair industry, it seems competition has gotten a whole lot tougher. Companies are promising new textures and more extreme lengths to customers who want to achieve celebrity looks. But at what cost?
Are companies willing to provide quality extensions while remaining affordable? Are they willing to compromise beating out the competition for good customer service?
As renowned hair enthusiast, even I have a limit to what I am willing to spend on hair. Attaching a celebrity name to a product can give way to heightened prices, but the quality does not necessarily increase. For women, who like me, are on a budget but still want to achieve red carpet looks, there should always be some level of affordability linked to purchases.
Having sampled really great brands, I know for a fact that you can get great hair at a fraction of the price. With that said, how much are you willing to pay for quality hair extensions?