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We’re frequently asked for more information regarding these product lines.
We currently offer two lines of weft extensions: The Economy Collection and the First Class Collection.
The Economy Collection is our low density line of weft extensions and is the less expensive of the two lines.
In the Economy Collection, the hair density of the wefts is relatively low. Also, this line consists of only one type of weft base: Micro-Thin. Because of the design, the wefts must be sewn in a particular fashion to achieve more fullness. Despite this, the end result is a very natural looking weave that will never be too full or “look like a weave”.
This line is an option for those who find the First Class Collection pricey but want a similar end result. Although the finished result is not as full as a First Class Collection weave, it is very close and provides for a very natural weave with the same high quality hair but at a lower cost.
The First Class Collection is our medium density line of weft extensions and is the more expensive of the two lines. In the First Class Collection, the hair density of the wefts is approximately 50% more dense than those of the Economy Collection. Also, this line consists of two types of weft bases: Thin and Micro-Thin.
The Thin weft base is approximately double the thickness of the Micro-Thin weft base.
The Micro-Thin weft base is an extremely thin weft base. As explained above, because of the design, this type of weft must be sewn in a particular way to achieve more fullness.
This line is an option for those who want a fuller look than what an Economy Collection weave provides, but still want a look as natural as an Economy Collection weave.
Although there are differences between the two lines, both lines consist of the same high quality hair and both lines consist of both Processed and Unprocessed hair.
To summarize the two lines and facilitate your shopping experience, please refer to the handy Table below:
|Economy Collection||First Class Collection|
|Weft Base||Micro-Thin Only||Micro-Thin & Thin|
|Hair Density||Low Density||Medium Density|
|Price Comparison||Least Expensive||Most Expensive|
|Hair Quality||Remy Human Hair (Cuticle Aligned)||Remy Human Hair (Cuticle Aligned)|
|Available Hair Types||Processed/Unprocessed||Processed/Unprocessed|
As great the recent phenomenon of lace wigs has been for the average woman in terms of hair styling options and versatility, they aren’t for everyone. Despite their benefits and realistic nature; the maintenance, application and cleaning process of lace wigs may be daunting and time consuming for a lot of women especially if you are low maintenance.
For the low maintenance woman, there are other alternatives available if lace wigs just aren’t for you.
Have you considered weft extensions?
Maybe you’ve tried weft extensions in the past, but didn’t like the end result.
Was your sew-in weave too bulky and unnatural looking for your taste?
…Or did the hair seem to tangle and mat with every turn of your head?
Did the hair appear stiff and manufactured?
…Or did going swimming mean the end of your weave?
Did shampooing your hair result in a tangled or dry weave lacking its original luster, shine, and manageability?
Have you worn beauty supply store hair and couldn’t leave the house without combing your weave every 5 minutes?
If this has been your experience with weaves, do not despair – now there is hope.
Gone are the days when low quality extensions were the only option available for the average woman.
Now there are high quality, human hair extensions available.
Although they aren’t inexpensive, they are worth the cost and will provide you with a more positive experience, lower maintenance and a more natural look than before.
Have you wondered why some celebrities’ hair always appears so realistic even though you know it’s not their natural hair?
Or wondered why their hair didn’t look like it required as much maintenance as your beauty supply store weave?
It’s because the celebrities use high quality, Remy, human hair extensions, usually of Indian origin – not beauty supply store extensions. Because this is real human hair, not human hair mixed with synthetic materials, it behaves like human hair and doesn’t have the significant tangling or styling limitations associated with typical beauty supply store hair. It is also high quality hair – meaning it is cuticle aligned, and hasn’t been significantly chemically processed or altered from its original state. For the low maintenance, woman on the go who doesn’t want to be bothered with adhesives, lace wig cleanings and applications – but wants realistic high quality extensions – high quality, Remy human hair weft extensions are a great option!
A few weeks ago, I saw an advertisement in my area of a salon offering $50 weaves.
The first thought that came to my mind was, “I wonder what the quality would be like…probably not that great”. Maybe that wasn’t a fair thought and I could be wrong, but I believe when it comes to spending money on certain things – 9 times out of 10, you get what you pay for…
And weaves are one of them.
In this case, I’m referring to the cost or charge to actually sew in the hair.
I’ve had my fair share of (full) sew-in weaves ranging in cost from $50 to $200, and in my experience, with the exception of one high priced sew-in, the higher priced sew-ins were of much better quality than the less expensive ones (less than $100).
Like most people who want to get the most bang out of their hard earned buck, I’ve tried several salons in my quest to find the ultimate salon that could do a quality sew-in for cheap. After several years and many dollars later, I concluded that it’s nearly impossible to get a quality sew-in for cheap. And I realized that trying to be cheap was a bad and costly idea. Add poor instead of high quality hair to that equation and you have an even bigger waste of money. Maybe if I searched long enough I’d find one, but like most, I don’t have the time or money to waste – especially in this economy. In my opinion, higher priced sew-ins are just more cost effective and cheap sew-ins aren’t worth the money despite the lower cost.
Cheaper sew-ins usually left me with one or more of the following:
An unnatural look due to:
• Thick braids which resulted in a lumpy weave, or
• The wrong braid pattern for the weave style which also resulted in a lumpy weave
• Hair loss because the braids were too tight
• An unflattering look because the weave wasn’t cut into a style or wasn’t cut well
• A sparse weave due to tracks spaced too far apart
• A weave too full due to tracks spaced too close together
• A short lasting weave because tracks weren’t sewn in securely.
And cheaper sew-ins were more costly for one or more of the following reasons:
• Hair loss from too tight braids
• Short lasting weave = Waste of money
• Having to remove weave within days or very soon afterwards due to embarrassment = Waste of money
• Having to go to another salon to have the weave cut and styled = Waste of time & money
With that being said, I realize that over $100 is a lot of money to spend for a sew-in, especially in today’s economy. However, in most cases; a $50 sew-in will not look like a $100-$200 sew-in. Higher priced sew-ins usually last longer and coupled with high quality hair that doesn’t tangle or mat, would provide a more natural look as well as the most bang for your buck – especially if you’re going to spend that type of money! It wouldn’t make sense to use poor quality hair that will only last a couple of days or weeks. Using higher quality hair makes more sense!
In any case, whether you decide to use poor or high quality hair, if you’re getting a sew-in, I highly recommend the higher priced ones – overall it’ll cost you less and look much better than the cheaper ones.
The Hair Doc