Secret Extensions Overview.
The beauty industry has come up with the idea of hair extension long ago. The women who tried it at least once, however, know that it always turns into a hassle with the constant maintenance appointments, adhesives, clips and tangling. The Secret Extensions advertised recently by Daisy Fuenetes promised the revolutionary method of making your hair long, thick and natural-looking in a matter of seconds without any glues or chemicals. The secret is the company’s patented super flexible headband with the locks of keratin fiber attached to it. The rubber band is placed on the head and disguised simply by pulling some hair over it, it feels comfortable and the extensions blend perfectly with your natural hair. Sounds too good to be true. Searching over the reviews of the customers I pointed out five basic issues with this product.
#1 Quality of the Extension Hair.
The most common complaint of consumers about the product is the quality of extensions. No matter how flexible the material is, the polyester locks simply can’t compete with the real hair, and the fake extensions are visible among the natural hair when worn by the user.
#2 The Extension’s Blending Ability.
The website of the company gives a wide choice of available colors for a perfect match with the customer’s hair tone, but often the shades you get in the actual extensions don’t correspond with the picture provided by the website. For those who have the highlights in their hair finding the right kind of color to blend well with their natural hair is even more challenging. As a result it’s very hard to blend the extensions into the hair well.
#3 Too Little Hair in the Locks.
Another drawback of the product lies in too thin extensions. In the commercial the locks look longer and do seem to have more volume. Many consumers state they have to attach two or more extensions at the same time to get the full dramatic look with the fine volume which is presented in the commercial. With the price of $39.99 for a single 16-inch secret extension set, plus the additional fees for shipping and handling of $6.99, it’s simply getting too expensive to use a few extensions at once. A customer can have a discount for the second Secret Extensions, and thus purchase it for $29.99 with no charge for the shipping fees. However, even with the offered bonus the user still needs to buy more than one set to achieve the wanted result seen in the advertisement.
#4 Unreliable Headband.
The comfortable hair band that stays on the head even while exercising is one more promise the advertisement couldn’t keep. After a few times the rubber band gets stretchy and it won’t stay at its place during active action. Some of the customers complained that the headband also staid visible in the hair no matter how hard they tried to disguise it.
#5 Poor Customer Service.
The last but not the least factor is the customer service that leaves much to be desired. In average it takes around two months from the time you order the product and the moment when you actually get it. Wouldn’t it be easier to walk around the local stores and get some similar goods without waiting so long? And if you’re not satisfied with the Clear Extensions, please mind that the company’s poor return policy is available only for those customers who return the product unopened.
The Final Frame.
Searching over dozens reviews of unhappy consumers it’s hard to find a reason to buy the Secret Extension after all. To be honest there also happen good comments on the product time after time, yet the cons still prevail.