Deal or no deal?

Hair extensions quality

Why pay a lot when you can pay less? Everyone loves the feeling of getting a great deal. Perhaps you’ll get that same feeling while looking around on different websites and comparing the prices with each other. Then maybe you’ll pick the cheapest deal you can find, and relish that feeling of having discovered a bargain.

Sorry to tell you this, but that feeling will come to an end if you buy the cheapest hair extensions you can find.

I know it is a jungle out there, with all the hair-extension companies promising the best quality and price. But if we could give you one piece of advice, it would be this: don’t pick the cheapest products, because it will cost you more in the end. You’ll end up paying extra for hair products such as oil, conditioner treatment, hair masks, and even, in the worst case scenario, buying new hair. All of this will work out more expensive, and you’ll still have bad hair.

Please, if you want hair extensions, save up a little money and buy good-quality products! If you buy good-quality clip-in extensions and take care of them, they can last up to two years. And if you get the tape variety, you can reuse the hair up to four or five times if you take care of it.

Our hair extensions are remy hair and single drawn. Remy hair is the best-quality hair. The process used to prepare the hair ensures that it remains super-soft, silky, shiny and tangle-free. Remy is the highest standard available for human-hair extensions.

‘Single drawn’ means that the strands have different lengths. The reason why it’s usually a good idea to use single-drawn hair is because most women’s hair is made up of a variety of different lengths. If you put in double-drawn extensions (which means that all the hair is the same length), they will not blend in as convincingly with your natural hair. Single drawn is cheaper than double drawn, but it is the same quality, so don’t confuse the two because they are different products. If your natural hair is all the same length, you should go for double drawn instead.       

So if you choose your hair extensions on price alone, you will end up wasting your money and time. But now you know a little more and can start looking around, make sure you are comparing prices for the same essential product. By that I mean:

  • Is it the same length?
  • Is it single- or double-drawn hair?
  • Is it remy hair?
  • Is it the same color?
  • How many grams do you get if you buy clip-ins? 
  • How many pieces do you get in the package?

One good idea is to talk to a local hairdresser who has experience of working with hair extensions – they will probably suggest a good extensions company or help you directly in the salon. 

I hope this was useful for you and that you feel better equipped to start comparing the different brands now. You can always send me an email and I’d be happy to help you find the best options for you. Also, don’t forget that we ship worldwide.


Ellinor <3