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Beauticians explains why ladies prefer artificial hair


ABUJA – Some managers of beauty salons in the FCT on Saturday attributed many ladies’ preference for artificial hair to their quest to look good, attractive get attention.
Some of the beauty salons visited by a News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) included Perfection Hair Salon, Gwarimpa; Hair Wizard Beauty Salon, Wuse; and K.C styles Salon, Wuse.
The manager of Perfection, Ope Adeleye, said most women preferred artificial hair to their natural hair because it gave them a different look.
“My customers are mostly women and some of them patronise me twice a month while some do theirs once a month.
“They are regular and some of them come with their weaves while some buy from us in the salon.
“It is cheaper to come with your weaves than to buy in the salon because we have to make gain,” Adeleye said.
Proprietor of Hair Wizard salon, Chichi Uzoma, said most women’s preference for artificial hair was to attract attention of people.
“Apart from the fact that some of them want to look good, some of them do it to get attention from men and friends.
“They flaunt their hair at every given opportunity and at the same time demand compliments from people,’’ Uzoma said.
Kelechi Chinazor of K.C Salon said that artificial hair had its negative side.
He, however, said that artificial hair weakened the natural hair and at the same time required more maintenance.
According to her, artificial hair is also time-consuming as the wearer creates time to comb, brush and style it.
“The price is also astronomical because the least artificial hair can cost about N1,000 for one pack and one requires two packs to make a hair,” he said.
Chinazor listed the different types of artificial hairs to include Indian, Peruvian, Chocolate, Chinese, Premium, Darling Yaki, Remy, among others.
“Indian hair can go as high as N300, 000, while the cheapest one can be go for N35, 000; the Chinese hair can go as much as N8, 000 and N1, 000 for the cheapest one.
“Chocolate hair can cost up to N18, 000, while the lowest price is N3, 000.
“Indian hair is considered the best in the market because of its quality and length.
“Indian hairs are the most expensive. The colour varieties and different hairstyles are part of the cost,’’ he said.
One of the customers at Perfection Hair Salon, Patience Besong, said that economic consideration never stopped her aspiration to always look good.
“I like to look good and because I am beautiful I will not allow economic crisis to affect my hair,’’ Besong said. (NAN)

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