Woman who put off washing her expensive extensions reveals what they look like afterwards & she is NOT impressed | The SunJanuary 13, 2023
A BEAUTY fan was stunned after seeing what her pricey hair extensions looked like once she had washed them.
Much like your natural locks, hair extensions too require care and washing every once in a while.
With this in mind, one beauty fan, Debbie Emslie, from Edinburgh, decided it was finally time to wash her platinum blonde hair extensions.
But after washing them for the first time, the woman was mortified by what she saw – the once silky hair had become extremely frizzy, especially in the bottom section.
''[I] was so excited to have long locks and then being left with hair like this after first wash!!'' the furious beauty fan took to TikTok to reveal the tragic aftermath.
After going viral, Debbie explained that this wasn't the first time she's had issues with the quality of the brand's products.
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''I have complained to them about the hair. They sent me afew options of what I can do.
''So I ended up taking a 30 per cent refund of what I paid – which still isn't enough because it didn't even cover one pack of hair.
''I feel like regardless of what shampoo you're using and how you're drying your hair, this should not look like that on the first wash.
''I do know how to care for the hair,'' Debbie said, adding she used sulphate-free products, heat protectants and different oils.
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''I have a lot of experience with hair extensions. I do know how to care for them – especially when you're paying all this money, you want to look after them.
''You would've thought I've bleached them 50 times – that's how the ends looked.''
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Social media users were shocked and flocked to comments to share their thoughts.
''I'm assuming they were overly processed with chemicals, and to keep the length they did not cut a few inches to remove those dead ends,'' one viewer reckoned.
Someone else had the same issue, writing: ''I think we’ve all had this experience. mine are currently sat in a drawer.''
Another beauty fan insisted that all hair extensions no matter what the brand is will get damaged.
''I have used extensions for years and have used every single brand possible.
''I have found that no matter what brand it is they all go like that after..''
''my cheap amazon hair extensions don't even look like that after 10 washes,'' a fourth added.
The Sun has reached out for comment from the brand Cliphair.
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