THE DANGERS OF PURCHASING BLACK-MARKET HAIR EXTENSIONS
HOUSTON, TEXAS — A struggling college student in Houston came up on a hair deal that was too good to be true and the deal ended up costing her more money and a whole lot of hair loss in a very gross way.
As you may know from recent news stories smash and grabs at Houston hair salons are on the rise. Weaving hair is expensive and a hot commodity.. A bundle of hair retails for around $200 but stolen hair that is sold on the black mark is usually sold quickly for $50 a bundle.
This is the type of hair that Brittney Dever, 22 bought.. After getting such a great deal on the hair, she then set up to get a good deal on a beautician..
She hopped on Craigslist and found someone that was working out of their home doing super cheap hair weaves for $60.
“I went to someone’s house. She installed a weave-in cap in my hair,” Devers said.
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