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Natural Entrepreneur Creates Weave that Blends Perfectly With Natural Hair Types

• Jun 14, 2013

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To the naked eye, the woman above looks like another natural sporting a droolworthy twist out. But she is actually rocking weave from the Heat Free Hair company.

The company is the brainchild of Ngozi Opara, who owns N-ZO Hair Studios in Washington DC. She states;

I have always believed not only in embracing your natural ‘kinks’ and ‘curls’, but also in the benefits of sew-in weaves as a protective style. At my salon, we call it ‘the ultimate protective style’. Being natural for almost a decade, I experienced my greatest length retention during my one-year weave challenge back in 2005. My hair grew over 8 inches! Since then I have maintained both my hair and the hair of my clients through customized regimens and protective styling. Whether you are transitioning without chopping, growing your hair out, protecting it for a period of time, or considering going natural, The Heat Free Hair Movement provides an option that will allow you to embrace your journey with confidence and style.

The hair is made from 100% virgin human hair and retails for $139 to $199 a pack. It is currently all sold out and there is a waiting list for the re-stock, a testament to the product’s high popularity.

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Our recent style icon Jaqui, credited the Heat Free Hair ForCurls collection with helping her stay away from flat ironing this past winter.

Have you heard of the Heat Free Hair company? Would you rock this as a protective style?

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Lillian Mae
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Where does the hair come from? Are women w/ afro textured hair cutting off and donating their locks, as they do in India?

A.J.
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I was just thinking that

Crist
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my best guess would be that they get straight virgin hair (possibly from Indian women still)and then add texture to it by some process unknown to me.…?

Kaila P
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I believe they get it from black women who cut off thier hair

AlllSmiless
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Lol!! Good one! ^_^

SC
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not to sound negative but why cant we just accept our hair the way it is? why do we have to put weaves in it? makes me sad 🙁

AnonyChick
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It’s really not that deep. It’s not a matter of acceptance. Wearing weave can be a way to protect your hair. It can also be simply a change in hairstyle. There are many reasons to wear weave that have nothing to do with self-acceptance.

NCchick
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I don’t understand why black women are the only ones that need to protect our hair. what is the purpose of that? if you’re going to spend money to cover up your natural hair for years at a time, why not shave it off and wear wigs? I will wear a weave once every blue moon if I have a special occasion other than that, I rock my fro every day and have very healthy hair.

FeeFee
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Because afro textured hair is the most fragile of all hair types. If one is interested in length retention, then the most effective way of achieving that is by keeping the hair moisturized AND protected. You can opt to protect by doing protective styles with your own hair (plaits, cornrows, buns, etc), or using wigs or braids. There is absolutely nothing wrong with wigs at intervals to help with protection and retaining length.

Nana
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Um, I definitely know more White women who wear wigs and weaves. The difference is we don’t make it a point to know what’s going on in their scalp.

Hell, I even know this Indian girl who puts in clip-ins. Yas gurl, the ethnicity whose hair we buy and sell. Even they invest in the weft.

J. Nicole
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Now that you mention it, I think the amount of white women I know who wear wigs exceeds the number of Black women I know who wear weaves. I say to each is own. Wearing a weave doesn’t mean a woman is brainwashed into believing European beauty is the standard no more than the assumption that wearing a TWA means she’s down for the cause. I find it funny how some naysayers are so against a weave yet are OK with box braids or sister locs. I say if you’re going to wear a weave, may as well support your… Read more »
Kira
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Honestly, there was a time when I agreed with you. And then my natural hair got long. And I don’t have that sort of texture that allows for wash-n-gos. I love my hair and all that it does, but it’s been three years since I’ve straightened it, cut it (short of trimming), had braids or twists and I just want something DIFFERENT. Three years of dealing with it basically every morning that I get up and I just want a change. Women (of all types) change our hair, it’s just what we do. I could cut it, or dye it… Read more »
merry
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@anonychick it is actually that deep. this is a global trade we’re talking about. issues of class, race and gender are very much at work here. whether it’s the market demand created disproportionately by black women in wealthier countries for the hair of poor women/girls in other poor countries or the continued isolation of black owned beauty supplies who may not have access to an asian owned/protected natural product whose value we have created and increased…this is very deep. not to mention the constant drumbeat of inherent inferiority this nurtures among many black women and the simultaneous elevation of someone… Read more »
kb1908
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so now we can’t wear hair that mimics our own? interesting…

merry
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@kb1908

at the end of the day, you can do whatever you want.

i think this is still hair from nonblack women that is made to look like ours. while it looks better (imo) because it looks more like your natural, you’re still wrapped up in the same dialectical argument that brought you to that point, imo.

kb
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@merry- not sure what you mean ” you’re still wrapped up in the same dialectical argument that brought you to that point”.
I have rocked synthetic puffs and my own hair puff depending on the day. I prefer my hair but sometimes im lazy. My hair is fine, not sure if these are like tracks, but if so I could see rockin’ these for for an effect. The pt is, I see as another option, not better than my hair just different.

I got sense!
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Everything you just said applies to both genders, every country and every ethnicity. If hair is that deep then so is everything else because everything has a cause and effect on the economic, political and social sphere.

merry
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@I got sense!

what you’re saying is a total strawman.

but it is true that everything we do has consequences and that’s what people of good conscience try to be mindful of how their actions impact others.

and that’s the point.

if you wanna say, you’ll bow out of this issue — as in in this instance, a certain set of morals and principles might go out of the window because you really want your weave — then go right ahead.

i guess we all choose which things we want to care more about and act on.

your assertion is still a strawman, imo.

Mai
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I don’t understand why black women are the only demographic stereotyped to wear weave. I watch the Hills and Laguna Beach a lot (it’s my guilty pleasure) and all of those white girls wore weave. And suprise, suprise I could one girl’s tracks. We need to realize that black women are not the only ones funding the weave business.

lily
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Because white women haven’t made weave a million dollar business. Also 90% of the time black women are buying hair that doesn’t mimic their OWN texture. And black women buy the most weave out of any other race of women on earth.

MJay
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1) I’d love to know where you found these statistics.
2) Maybe black women aren’t buying hair that mimics their own texture because there hasn’t been many options out there for kinky sew-ins and this natural hair movement is still young.
3) Once again… these statistics you’re throwing out there…

Mai
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I just want to see the statistics for that one. I grew up in a white neighborhood and the beauty supply didn’t stay in business because of five black families.

Also, go to Japan, wigs and weaves are quite prevalent. So to repeat myself, why are black women the only demographic to be stereotyped to wear weave.

Nana
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The girl that plays Lydia on Teen Wolf wears the most obvious half-wig.

Carlyfanjaxfan
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So you’re really going to sit there and play pretend? Black women don’t disproportionately make up the bulk of weave wearers? Stores selling weaves/wigs only aren’t on damn near every black neighborhood?
“They do it too” is so played out RME It’s “just hair” after all so why the need for this pretend game?

Aiych
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Yes wearing wigs and weaves can be effective for protecting hair, and yea it’s fun to change it up texture-wise every now and then…but seriously how many women with straight or loosely wavy hair do we see wearing afro-textured wigs and weaves on the regular or even occasionally?? They tend to wear hair that mimics their own texture or is very similar, something that you do not see black women do as often. Maybe it’s because there are not nearly as many kinky-curly options in the quality weave/wig market. I kinda wonder how many black women will actually buy this… Read more »
Deedeemaha
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Ok, so I did a little math quickly so i may be off. Lol Hair on average grow 1/2 inch a month = 6 inch a year (no cutting) Weaving the hair for 1 year you got 8 inches. I’m assuming no cutting. Great results! Ok. So let’s do the math on cost to weave. Minimum 2 packs at $139.00 = $278.00 x 6 (cause I don’t keep them in longer then 2 months no exception) = $1,668.00 for 1 year weaving. $199.00 x 2 = $ 398.00 x 6= $2,388 For 8 inches. No Thank You. 6 inches is… Read more »
Tracy
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If you’re paying that much for hair it should be quality so that you can take it out and reinstall it more than once…

I have hair I purchased from Arjuni that’s almost two years old and it’s still going strong. I’m willing to pay for quality hair but it needs to last more than one install…

I’m also not willing to be a tester, I’d love to see some reviews on the hair from women who purchased it and tried it already.

Amma Mama
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Alex of the “The Good Hair Blog”, that is also the name of her You Tube channel, did an informative review on this hair and her installation {which was done by the founder Ngozi). She answered a lot of questions. Check out her channel:-)
I would link it but I am at work and You Tube is blocked :-/

Go Girl!
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Can’t a black person just make money off of the Black Hair industry?
If you use it, fine.
If you don’t, that’s fine too.
But don’t knock the hustle and turn around wondering why Blacks aren’t creating jobs! JEEZE.

I’m happy for her, and want to recommend this to all my natural friends to decide for themselves if they’d like to try it!

LuvChicago
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Go Girl! makes an excellent regarding building wealth and proprietorship in the black community. I don’t see any fault in marketing this product as long as it is done so ethically. As for affordability, that is relative. This hair is not for the market segment (aka consumer) that fall below certain income levels. However, individuals that are categorized in upper-middle class to upper class can comfortably afford this hair. And that is absolutely ok. Spending $3,000+ a year on hair is feasible for some. Some individuals spend $1000+ a month on a car note. Usually these people are investing their… Read more »
jmh
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That IS a lot of money. However, you are ignoring the cost of products and your time in maintaining your own hair which results in the 6 inches a year. Also, the convenience of only having to get your hair done 6 times a year is HUGE, right? I’m just saying, I don’t think it’s that simple.

Tabatha
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That’s pretty cool! I’m not a fan of weaves my self, but still that is cool.

LuvChicago
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I LOVE THIS!! Finally, our beautiful texture is a commodity on the marketplace. Weaves are a great solution when one has an extremely busy schedule and has very minimal time to style their own hair. As a natural myself, I hate that most of my options for extensions are euro-textured (i know, not a real word…lol). Additionally, when discussing hair styling, length is of huge importance for majority of women. The Heat Free Hair company gives natural hair beauties, whom are at the beginning of their hair journey, the option to explore length utilizing hair that most mimics their own.… Read more »
Amma Mama
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Girl this was deep! I like what you said and how you broke it down 🙂

LuvChicago
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Awww…Thank you! 😀
Nothing but all love here.

Allegra
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I Love it! Sometimes you just want to change it up. And weave can be a great protective style. I’d much rather wear the kinky coiling weave than Brazilian or super straight hair. To me it’s the same as getting braid extensions.

linda codrington
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Deedeemaha I love your math. The cost should be a big consideration. If you socked away the cost of weaving in a 401(k), the amount that would be saved for a nice retirement is a better investment. This especially since our natural hair without the weave up is such a beautiful thing—the kinks and curls are so much fun. HOWEVER, however, it is a personal choice!

kb1908
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could be cool,for special occasions. some naturals have length but lack fullness. * fine-haired natural here.

Sunshine
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won’t mind this, with my busy schedule this would be a relief. I was even thinking of buying normal straight weaves and add texture myself. i have seen post here on how they change barbie dolls straight hair to textured, maybe on a crazy day i might try the same…

monisola
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im into it! I have near bra strap length fine 4c hair. It is so hard to achieve a volunimous look! Like damn near impossible. I am happy with my hair for the most part, it is shiny, healthy, soft, and has good length, but sometimes a girl just wants a little volume. If you are willing to pay for it, and take care of it, you should do you!

Miss T
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I have fine 4c hair as well, how long have you been natural? Whats your regimen? What practices have retained you the most length? Just curious if you dont mind me asking, my hair is so fragile and my ends give me so much trouble.

Asia
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Ladies, PLEASE think twice before buying the HFHM For Kinks collection (The other collections seem to fair better with users)!!! The hair is absolutely gorgeous and does in fact match perfectly to my 4b hair — I have NEVER found hair that does that… BUT the customer service is beyond atrocious and the hair only lasts a week or two without matting beyond repair!! I did a review on my blog if any of you are interested… I have been spreading the word because it was just THAT BAD… just go ahead and save your money and the headache and… Read more »
Nichole
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Really, really amazing. So after your long rant against this company, you provided not one link to your “blog” stating your experience. Where are your receipts? SMH

Asia
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Wow really? What do you mean? I don’t post links unless asked. I think that is a courtesy to this blog’s owners.. but that is just MY opinion. I have been doing hair for 15 years and have been natural for 4. I love the natural hair community that has been formed and am involved in local groups in my city, meetups, 2 businesses, online groups, etc. I have NO reason to be on the internet bashing my people for no reason. So you need to chill with the implications sis. I was sharing MY experience and warning others because… Read more »
person
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can we have a link to your blog please.

Nichole
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And yet, a link still hasn’t been provided! LOL…

Jumoké
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Damnnnn.…

Nkechi
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You know what I believe you 100%! The words “atrocious customer service” did it for me. Coming from a similar background to Ms.Ngozi (based on her names)that is the number one reason why I dislike patronizing “my people’s” establishments the customer service is beyond terrible

Buyer beware
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I agree completely with Asia. I had the same problem. After a week it was matted so badly you couldn’t run a finger through it. Their customer service is also atrocious. I love the concept, I think its amazing but please please do your research. I wish someone like Asia spoke up sooner but they do have some real issues with quality.

dawn
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i find this interesting that you noted that it only lasts a week without matting up, because if we’re talking about a product that truly mimics our hair, then how many of us natural women can honestly say that if we wear our hair loose for a week it WONT matt up? pls be honest. my hair matts like crazy when loose for ONE DAY, let alone a friggin week. that’s a pretty harsh judgment there, just sayin. maybe i’m jumping to assumptions here. but are you implying you didnt comb it out for one week straight and that’s what… Read more »
ladyluo
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Who wants to spend that kind of money on a product that mattes in a week which will require you to remove it and possibly throw it away? In that case, I would much rather spend it on the much cheaper synthetic hair that will last longer. I actually like the look of the hair and would love to use it but one week? I don’t think so…

Buyer beware
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@Dawn. I followed the instructions on how to take care of the hair to the letter. Which involved co-washing, detangling with conditionder, twisting up at night. All of that. It still matted. I understand that people would want to be careful not to judge too harshly but its very important to take the good and bad feedback into account.

colorfulkinks
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No reviews? Dude, all you have to do is google heatfreehair. It’s only been around for 6 months so of course you won’t see “that much” I just check instagram online and there are over 200 pictures of people who used this hair. There are three full pages on youtube of heatfreehair reviews, and there are over 7 pages on google from blogs. All i did was use google.…where did you get your info from? Supporting this business is better than the 90% asian dominated black hair care businesses. There are tons of positive reviews. Maybe you got a bad… Read more »
Rosalie
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Can you please give specific examples on the poor customer service and how this was a damaging hair routine? There is a difference in you not getting the service you wanted versus them actually having bad customer service. I am interested to know your experience other than you being upset.

Buyer beware
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In my experience, I had to email several times before I was able to get a response. It took over 2 weeks to get a response and the response when it came was not helpful. For the price of the product you really do need a more responseive company. The processing time was almost a month from purchase, although I understand there are efforts to improve that

TheresMoreToLife
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When will people understand its a moral failure to wear someone else’s hair. Poor people are manipulated and tricked to sell their hair for an obsecenly low value, to satisfy the vanity of others. The fact that it’s sold out means that a black market for this texture is on the rise, and criminal behavior will ensue. This is so wrong on so many levels. Come on people.

Johanna
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I’ve never really liked weaves… But I would rather wear a weave that looks like my hair texture then a virgin pakistani indian hair or what ever it’s called… It would be a way to protect my hair and to show that I accept my texture as it is… Plus, it could be a great alternative to those who just big chopped and can’t wait to have longer hair!

nappy headed black girl
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First of all, that first pic totally looks like a weave lol

Would I wear this if I were still loose? Sure, why not? I think it’s good that this company is expanding the weaving options. I’d much rather use this than 24″ yaki.

As for it being “just hair,” I don’t think that will ever be the case for the majority of black women. There’s too much history behind our hair, whether we like it or not. If it were just hair we wouldn’t have sites like this, IMO.

AnonSince87
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Agreed. Quite frankly it’s not ‘just hair’ for a lot of western women (or men actually) regardless of ethnicity. Hair is a big deal in this part of the world. It may be different topics (especially given black women’s history) but white women are having conversations/debates/arguments surrounding their hair just as are!

yoco
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Sorry but what’s the point of growing out your beautiful natural hair only to hide it under a weave? Not me. I’m rocking my own curls and coils. If I need to give it a rest, i just rock a buns and twisted up styles.

LBell
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For various reasons I won’t go into, I don’t do weave. However, if I were going to do weave, I would MUCH rather have a texture that looks similar to my own hair than this fake Barbie straight stuff I see on every 5th head out here. So I’m glad that this and Fingercomber exist as more natural-looking options. Now that said: There are reviews out here if you Google and they seem to be mixed. From the little I’ve read, there do seem to be some customer service issues. Hopefully it’s just a small hiccup as the online business… Read more »
Jumoké
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I like this. Weave that nicely blends with my hair texture. But I will say this- I actually prefer wearing weave that DOESN’T look like my hair. Why? Because before I went natural (and even now) I wore weave for the versitility. I personally don’t like doing anything permanent to my own hair for the fear of damage and the fact that I get bored easily. I’ve never bought any Eurasian weave for the fact of paying so much and having to wear it all the time to extend its value. Trust me, we all know those black girls who… Read more »
Dominika
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If its a black owned black manufactured company, it is certainly one huge step in the right direction for Black wealth. Everybody knows that 90 percent of black wealth (money) goes to the hair care industry. Maybe this will lure black women into buying REAL Black products!!!! im down for it , of course im not a person to rock weaves (I love my lushes ‘fro) but if I ever get a notion to I will definitely buy from this company, if its truly “Black”, you feel me.

colorfulkinks.wordpress.com
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colorfulkinks.wordpress.com

100% agree with you. At least it’s black owned, so if people who like weave are gonna keep buying it, then why not keep it in the community. Blacks owned less than 2% of the black hair industry in 2006, We should be owning over 90% of it. I support this bc it is another step forward.

Andrea
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I wonder if she also makes or would consider making hair pieces and hair integration pieces for thin-haired women?

ChakaKhanian
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While I don’t wear weaves, I must say I am proud of her for shoving her way in a non-black prospering but black PAYING market.

Danni
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hey guys.. while i am a huge fan of black owned businesses and this hair is truly beautiful but for the price for this hair just takes the enjoyment out of it being a protective style for me. why? because thats the cost of a few of my bills and bills come before wefts.if you ladies want a good CHEAPER alternative in my opinion, i used spring twist hair by eon ($12.99) to create this look below. if you want closer to 4a-4b type texture try the nubian twist hair. I did this install with the crochet braiding method. I… Read more »
lorilevaughn
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Yeah, I was excited about this until I saw the price. Don’t get me wrong, I still am, but as an unemployed college grad who has to pay student loans back pretty soon, this is way out of my budged. ._. But, you know, I’m a fan of fingercomber. They make some great natural hair extensions and weaves for a lot cheaper. And have more colors too, which is great for the color junkie in me. 😉

lorilevaughn
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*budget

ali
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I believe this is just the issue with society. Women are moving towards a more holistic lifestyle and breaking the bonds of perceive beauty concepts. However
business is jumping on the bandwagon and capitalising on this to make it a fad…Im sorry but I dont feel it…

Natasha N
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Great idea, I wish I knew about it when I used to wear weave. Right now I’m enjoying my own hair and do not miss the shedding of a weave and the more natural looking the texture the more it used to shed!

neverbeenpermed
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Coming from someone who knows the owner personally, I know she created this line with the mindset of giving us black women protection and variety. Just because some women choose to wear weave doesn’t gives us the right to jump down their throats. No they aren’t sell outs or turning their backs on their heritage & please my natural sisters get off this natural high horse kick that seems to have infected our culture. Its not ok to dog a sister bc of her hairstyle. Yes our hair has history but its not our entire history. Some of yall were… Read more »
Geezerelaxdude
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… But no one said anything negative here about black women wearing weave… It’s a great idea. Just a bit expensive. I’m sure women who can afford it, or justify it are all over it. As the article says, it’s sold out. How about quit trying to start drama where there is none.

Anon BK
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You completely ignored the fact that people are complaining about the price. All that extra stuff you typed is coming from nowhere. The post up top has 46 likes and is from a woman showing women how they can get a similar look on a purse friendly budget, now that is sisterhood! The weaves your friend does look great but perhaps they are geared towards celebs and the well heeled which is fine. You can’t argue with commenters on what fits their personal budgets.

Alex Elle
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I am so proud of Ngozi. 3

Lana
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$139-$199 A PACK !?!?!?!?

I’m all about black owned business but I’m in the business of keeping my coin and paper.

TWA4now
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Been there and done that with the weaves! It is an expensive “style” to keep up. Wow! There is nothing wrong with a good weave from time to time as a protective style for awhile. This just reminds me of my Remy or Remi weaves at $69.99+ a pack. The price is too expensive black or white company but all the best to those who want to pay that price. Now that I am natural, there are “other” natural protective styles I can wear. I am trying to embrace my natural hair even with the grey hairs :/ it just… Read more »
Nicole
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A couple of opinions: In my opinion this is way better than wearing a weave that isn’t remotely close to my own texture. That being said, I give a huge thumbs up to this company for their initiative. In terms of the price, well I certainly can’t afford it now, keyword NOW as I’m a grad school student, but that doesn’t mean that in a successful future I can’t. I think that we are assuming a bit that there aren’t any high-income black women. There are numerous blogs out there authored by black women who are high rollers (lawyers, businesswomen,… Read more »
Ugochi
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I do not think the price is bad!!! Most black women spend more than that to get the Brazilian weave and Indian remy ETC! people stop complaining and support your own! Sheesh!

Xoxo
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I think the people complaining dont buy Indian and remy hair either. It’s a legitimate concern for buyers and women having to spend their life savings on some hair to sew in their head is a ridiculous notion, period. The products are sold out anyway, so they obviously have their niche market.

Bri
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I love this idea. Just another option. While I’m enjoying my own hair, I love variety and the chance to experiment without damaging my own hair. For example, I’m far more likely to play with color in a weave than dye my own hair. And these are gorgeous!

JENNID
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I’ll pass on the weave no matter how close it mimics our texture. The crazy up keep that surrounds weaves is insane. The amount we black women spend to “protect” our hair is mind boogling. Wow.

hmm
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Yep yep. I will forever pass on weave, I’ve spent too many years using it as a crutch and neglecting my own hair because of it.

hmm
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Not to mention TOO much money. My college books are cheaper than this hair! lol

D.P.
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WHY SO ‘SPENSIVE!! But seriously though, who has $199 for a pack of someone else’s hair? Were these vegetarian fed, vitamin packed, exercised everyday women that they got the hair from? I am curious to know why they put the price so far up besides the fact that they know people will pay for it. That seems like quite a mark up. I am curious to know where they got the hair, what they paid for it and how they are helping to better the lives of the poor (literally) Indian women that they got this hair from. For that… Read more »
Rai
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My friend recently had heatfree hair installed, and like the other user who commented on the poor customer service, she too had an issue. Heatfree sent her the wrong length of hair. She purchased three “packs:” two 16 inches and one 14 inch. The 14 inch they sent was more like 4 inches (in its curled state). So it was probably truly an 8 inch. When my friend reached out to them it took 4 days to receive a respond (this after taking nearly a month to receive the hair). When she received the response, they said “what had happened… Read more »
Andrea
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First, I meant to give you a “thumbs up” for your comment (big fat fingers). Also, I have to say that it is a violation of health and cosmetology codes to accept returns on hair. Your friend may not have used her hair but everyone is not so honest — just think about it, you wouldn’t want to purchase hair that you can’t be sure if someone may have used — it is just very unsanitary (she did open the package).

Rai
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If a company sends the wrong product, they have a duty to replace it with the correct one. The company bears the risk of loss when rectifying the situation, so if they have to “damage” out the hair or whatever their protocol is, that is on them. It would absolutely be unsanitary for them to re-sale the hair to someone else, but they are absolutely under a duty to replace the hair with the correct length, especially when the cost is so high.

Crist
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@Rai “it looked like she could maybe use the hair to create some edges” Man, I got a hearty laugh out of that one LMAO

Zubaida
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You’re hilarious lol

Rai
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The picture didn’t attach earlier. The “14 inch” bundle I was referring to is at the top. The other two are 16.
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Kade
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Wow that 14″ is baby hair!!

AC
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By the time I’m able to afford this, I’ll have my own hair lol

D.P. to AC
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RIGHT?! I can’t believe they have the nerve to charge that price and people think that spending that much money on hair is even the least bit justifiable. There are much better ways to support black business then supporting the one trying to rip you off the most.

cleoclaus
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And just what is this hair, anyway? The website says 100% human hair, but it only says virgin colored hair. Is this Indian hair that has been frizzed to look like mine? Why would I pay $199 a pack for that? Is there a company out there selling hairpieces made from real, 100% African American hair. Now that I would like to see.

Linda
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First of all kudos to this company trying to help out a natural black hair community by making available a product that is close to our natural hair textures. Secondly talking about the price, it is like any other product we buy meaning that you buy only what you can afford and there is no need bashing a product just because we can’t afford it. Weave can be a life saver for people who experience different hair issues due to their health problems. It can also be a way to experiment with different hair styles whether you have a twa… Read more »
Charmaine C
Guest
While I applaud this being a black owned company, do not be deceived. The hair is sourced from Asians, processed by them, and then sold to this company by them. I have worn kinky curly hair processed from virgin hair for a fraction of the cost. I use a private Asian vendor who can process the hair based on a picture I send. I can buy 3 bundles of hair that looks like HFHM for the cost that they charge for 1. I am a professional woman who could afford to pay for HFHM. What I don’t like is the… Read more »
Lu
Guest

Really? What private vendor? I never heard of this. Tell, tell!!!

Pat
Guest

No way, can’t afford that and plus I’ve never worn weave and don’t plan on it. That’s alot of money for me!!

Yahti
Guest

Looks awesome ! Very realistic!

Morgan
Guest

I saw a tutorial on how to make kinky curly and kinky straight hair online. You just use a perm (permanent) and weave hair that’s a few inches longer than your intended length due to shrinkage. You braid a bunch of mini braids and wrap those around perm rods then perm according to directions on the box! The smaller the braids/rollers the tighter the coils and vice versa.… I found the tutorial because I stumbled upon this company and as a college student couldn’t afford their hair. Plus, I always like a good DIY project!

Dicey
Guest

It’s what’s in the head that matters!

gapch
Guest

Love the company but “create” in the title is a bit deceiving. Textured weaves and extension (human and synthetic) have existed for decades… Its not a new concept… Granted more women may now be embracing buying hair thats not idian remy but other textures have have always been on the market..

Virgin Remy Hair weft
Guest

Its really a great blog.….Amazing images with description. Virgin Remy Hair weft are not chemically processed and retains their natural look of weft and strength.Thanks for sharing such essential information.

Anie
Guest

Good stuff. I just wish they had used models with natural hair, so we get an idea of how the weaves would looks on

Sabrina Antoinnette
Guest

Innovation = great
price = mild drawback
accessibility = drawback (how temporary?)
look = fabulous

Overall it seems like a good investment if weaves/wigs are your go to for protection. It’s getting hard to tell what’s real or ‘in addition’ these days that ad looks very real! Of course there are more economical ways to achieve the same look, but more power to those that have the extra coin to spend for the quality. In my experience with weaves,you definitely get what you pay for.

ViV
Guest

This collection seems amazing! A great option for women who have lost their hair due to illness, or adverse reaction to a medication, and who still want a head full of natural hair. I salute the Sister who founded this company!

gigi
Guest

I’m not sure *why* because all the positives seem to add up nicely, but something about this whole venture smacks of deceit & redundancy… even the models they’ve chosen for each texture of hair is trying to communicate something that just isn’t accurate… yup.. nah, mine does this for free. Good luck

Island Beauty
Guest
The hair is beautiful, but I cringe when I think about the women whose hair was cut and sold for this and under what circumstances. With Indian women, they are usually observing a religious custom when they shave their hair. Other people gather it and sell it, but, unfortunately, they probably don’t make money off it themselves. Then, there are thousands of other women who do cut and sell their hair to earn money to feed and clothe their families. My point is, a woman is very attached to her hair, in more ways than one, and consider it to… Read more »
Natural Hair Weave
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hency
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I am very amazed by the information of this blog and i am glad i had a look over the blog. thank you so much for sharing natural hair care such great information.

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Ntshebo
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Hi, I’m from South Africa and I’d like to know where in SA I can get this weave???

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Great article.. would like to see more on this topic, often times as women we over look minor details pertaining to our hair.

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