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I've never heard of this. 50 dollars is for just the installation and not the hair right? I get bad headaches whenever I attempt to get a sew-in, I could only imagine if someone rushed through it, how my head would feel
Has anyone ever gone to these Weave express or weave shop places that are popping up all over the place?
If so, can you share your experience
A lot of them are in Detroit and Atlanta. You can go on theweaveshop.com and check them out.
I've been and I like it. The stylist did a great job with the weave and the cut and it lasted a while too. The service is quick because they don't wash your hair. You have to come with it washed and blow dried, but they will style your hair however you like.
You don't have to get a $50 weave, there are more expensive options too. But the great thing about this salon is that the prices and braiding technique are the same everywhere. You won't be surprised if you go to another location.
I've paid over $200+ for weaves at high-end salons, and the ladies at the weave shop did the same thing for a lower price. There was no difference, imho.
They have a couple shops here called Perfect 10 that will do a sew-in for $69. I haven't been there yet myself but I may give it a try. One of my co-worker told me about it she a regular customer. I think they also do like roller sets for 10 bucks and other services at reasonable prices.
I've been to one, but I went cuz I needed to get my hair flat-ironed asap b4 I went out of town and they advertised it for cheap and took walk-ins. I saw a lot of people while I was waiting and all the weaves were fierce and they were fast. The one I went to was very professional and had a good atmosphere. The stylists consulted w/ the women asking how they wanted to wear their hair, the look they were going for, etc. I plan on going there to get my sew-in. As a usual self-installer I know u don't have to pay an arm & leg to get a good weave
Ive seen the ads all over Atlanta. I havent seen their work yet. It's hilarious that people would rather spend 300-600 on a sew in that is available for less than $100. They learned the same technique and I'm almost certain that they have had the same amount, if not more practice (being 50 bucks and all). Let them tell it, Lipstick Alley is made up of millionaires smh.