Thieves want your weaves, dreadlocks

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Thieves want your weaves, dreadlocks

Post by Marchqueen on Thu Jan 11, 2018 8:39 am

"Every day we have people stepping into our salons offering to offer dreadlocks, because they know that people today will be buying them. Individuals sell the dreadlocks, which can have belonged to them (or not), know that there are a lot of girls that want weaves and dreadlocks but cannot afford the overpriced ones. But our spas and salons are frequently full. To have the interweave stitched to your Virgin Human Hair and even styled costs R300.

"Then we have Brazilian, Peruvian, American native indians and Malaysian weaves for the purpose the prices start from R1 300. But the Brazilian weaves are definitely the most popular ones and the ladies are paying for the malaysian virgin Human Hair Extensions bundles. The very Brazilian weave will last an individual about two years. The march queen hair community has become very big around Cape Town because lady wants to look beautiful, in she said.

Ntando Ngwalolmane, the manager at Indoni in Cape Town, claimed their dreadlocks salon was very popular since 2010.

"Our place is always busy, plus dreadlocks have become the new part of Cape Town. Yes, many of us also have people coming the following every day wanting to sell deadlocks. They know that our customers need them, that is why they are delivering them here.

"The dreadlocks are especially popular in winter, mainly because in winter a lot of women don’t desire to style their own cheap indian bundles with closure bundles. These prefer coming to us, to ensure we can put the dreadlocks a number of them, " she talked about.

There have also been reports about criminals targeting people with dreadlocks and cutting them vertical from their heads.


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