I don't know what the shopping is like down in cornwall because I've never been, but in Manchester they have some huge hair exte
nsion shops, in the city and the areas. With large afro-carribean communities. All human hair is not the same, its good to feel the quality and texture of the hair, I've had some decent hair extensions and some rubbish ones, personally I wouldn't buy them of ebay cause you can't tell if its good quality or not, and you might be getting ripped off. Most importantly though, if it is going to look believable it needs to be matched exactly to your own hair colour. The big shops literally have hundreds of shades and an assistant will match the best colour to you or even mix packs if you are in between or have highlights. It would be hard to get the colour right if you buy it from the internet. Also if it comes ready to wear it might be for a bigger or smaller forehead than your own. Because the cost of getting longer extensions increases disproportionately I would expext a fringe to be quite cheap, about 20 pounds tops. It does sound like a v interesting idea, though I wouldn't mind some myself, like jameela jamil's fringe. When you get them do post pics, xxxx
Last edited by HollieC; 06-03-2010 at 08:04 PM.