Thursday, June 19, 2008

From the beginning...

Many companies import and sell Human Hair Extensions. Actually, if you have $5000.00 and want to brand your own company image? Its possible. But thats another story. What they sell is an extremely great looking product. They sell Human Hair Extensions that are "smooth, tangle free and doesn't matte" ...from the beginning. From the great packaging design, it looks to be a great deal. WOW! 100% Human Hair... The illustrations of beautiful models cover the entire package with bold lettering and fancy colors. The high resolution images catches your eyes and completes its purpose, it entices you. Your blood pressure rises slightly from excitement, the veins in your head begin to give tension as they contract and relax, your pupils dialate and at this point its already too late. Your not thinking with your head but your heart. Why not? lets try it. It looks great. Will it give me the confidence that I am lacking? Will my image of myself be enhanced?? At this point you ask yourself... How can a product that looks great be so bad? It feels great! Why... not...

You give in and purchase one of these "high quality" products. Your happy and excited to get this hair extension installed and go to your local beautician.

After awhile, the hair extensions slowly begin to fade in luster. A tear rolls down your cheek. It actually starts shedding. The hair becomes brittle and strands become to break! What a bad hair day disaster? Like everything else, when your buying something new its great... from the beginning. But when you are purchasing hair extensions, what you need to find is durability and weatherability. A product where craftsmanship is its sole purpose in its existence.

A product you can count on from day 1 until the day you take it out.

A product with soul...

A product that out lasts all others...

A product that you get what you pay for...

Black 'n Gold Human Hair Extensions...
Perfection Defined.

Over 30 years of dedicated experience in the Hair Industry.

Trust no immitations.

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