Real human hair is currently used as a measure of affluence and wealth for some set of fashion loving women in our society.
People who are buying wigs aren’t concerned about the ethics of where wigs come from or how they’re made. Though most human hair comes from India and China, only a fraction of that hair comes from the temples. “Where the rest comes from, we have no idea,” a regional minister for textiles and commerce in India told The Guardian in 2006. Still, the mysterious origins of all that hair don’t bother consumers — they just want to know that it’s hygienic.
A lady has taken to her twitter account to cry that people should be careful of what they buy from the market. She encouraged every lady buying hair to pray about it before wearing.
in the tik tok video she shared some men were seen emptying the hair scrapped from either dead bodies for the production of the human hair being sold in the market.
Even dead people’s hair😭😭😭🥺🥺the hair we put on head, we really need to pray over them before putting it on😬 Wahala for who dey wear human hair wig😬😳— SweetSalonJollof🍓🍓 (@Ashake__) April 22, 2022
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