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Why Bad Human Hair Weaves are Dangerous

Updated on December 14, 2010
It was Gretel's cheap weave that got them eaten by the witch...
It was Gretel's cheap weave that got them eaten by the witch...

We all know that eating junk food, smoking and using drugs is hazardous to your health. But could your choice in hair extensions be equally as harmful? Read on and see.

Bad weaves shed. They leave stringy strands everywhere. Why is this dangerous? Well...

Bad weaves hurt kids
If you have toddlers, you know that they put everything in their mouths. Toys, antique furniture, clothing, the dog-- you name it. If your cheap weaving hair is sprinkled all around your home, it's going to find its way into that kid's mouth eventually. And they could choke on it. Seriously.

Remember Hansel and Gretel?
You know those kids who sprinkled bread crumbs to find their way back home from the forest, but they eventually came across a witch who proceeded to try to cook them? They didn't really say this in the story, but I think the witch was able to find them because Gretel had a really bad beauty supply store weave.

The witch just followed a trail of 14" Yaki #27 to find them. Don't be Gretel. Get some virgin Indian hair that doesn't shed. Then you won't run the risk of being eaten by a witch.

You can't commit a crime
Planning to murder your ex in a fit of jealous rage? The detectives are going to find your cheap strands of silky straight #1B all over his apartment, along with all of your old love letters and that teddy bear he won for you last summer. Yep, your DNA is going to be all over that place.

Oh wait, no it's not.

It's going to be the DNA of whoever donated your cheap human weaving hair.That's even worse! Not only will you have committed a crime, you would have framed some poor innocent woman somewhere.

Shame on you.

Don't make the mistake that millions of women around the country make every day. If you want great looking human hair weaves that don't shed and leave traces of you everywhere you go, try quality Indian hair extensions.


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    • Journalistmommy profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago

      Yep, Ashley...that dollar store hair will do this...leave a trail...

      Glad you liked!

    • AshleyRB profile image


      7 years ago from United States

      This is hilarious! "The detectives are going to find your cheap strands of silky straight #1B all over his apartment!"

      I have had my share of bad weaves! I can relate to most hubbers wouldn't understand the humor in this!


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