Cheap Human Hair! Saga Remy Hair. Is It Worth It?

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Cheap Human Hair! Saga Remy Human Hair Review $20 per pack!

Cheap human hair can throw people off because it may not be worth your time.  I chose to by this Saga Remy Hair at $20 per pack because I wanted to see if this was some hair I could get in to. At the price, I really wanted it to be something that was worth it. The goal is to always to find cheap human hair and that is good quality. I saw this Saga Remy Hair in the beauty supply store on display and it looked like it was pretty decent quality and once I saw the price of course  was sold.

I will admit that I had my reservations because the downside of cheap human hair is that you never know what you are going to get. . You can check out my video on a hot mess wig I got, that was not as advertise here.  But I was hopeful with this Saga Remy hair because I did get to see it in person before I bought it. And I loved the red color on it. It can be hard once again to find red human hair because the color can bleed all over your clothes. Which I am happy to report that this hair did not do.  Not only did the color impress me but also the look at the feel of the hair.  It was only $20 so I decided to give it a go.

Cheap Human Hair! Saga Remy Hair. Is It Worth It?


Cheap Human Hair! Saga Remy Hair. Is It Worth It? (contains affiliate links)

The brand name of this hair is the Saga Mongolian Remy. I ended up getting four packs of hair (two packs in the color OT530 and 2 packs in OT99J).  Both colors impressed me equally and I decided to mix the two just to give it more of a dimension. I decided to do a sew in with the hair and I used about three packs on my hair. (Click here to get the hair).

I also bought a closure (Outre Velvet Closure 12 inch) from the beauty supply store. With the beauty supply store closure, typically, they are not free part closures and the closure has to stay parted where the default part is (Click here to read more on closures). The good thing about this part is that it looks realistic but the down is obviously that it is not a free part closure.  I went with a store bought closure because I wanted it to match the hair color that matched the Saga hair color without chancing it online.  The color of this closure it D425 so although it is not the exact color, I did feel like this color matched pretty well.  (Click here to get the closure).

Cheap Human Hair! Saga Remy Hair. Is It Worth It?



The main reason why I wanted this hair was to go on my first trip to New York (see my blog here). I wanted something that I could style when I went out, which is what is good about human hair.  Not all human hair is created equal, and some human hairs especially one that are cheap does not curl well.  This was not the case with this hair. As you can tell from the picture above I was able to take heat to it and curl he hair just find. I kept the hair in for about 3 weeks and toward the end, I noticed it getting frizzier.  At that point it require a lot of flat ironing to keep it looking decent. So even though the hair is decent I do not think the hair is meant to last for months and months on end.  As you can see from the picture below, it started to look very matted toward the end.

Cheap Human Hair! Saga Remy Hair. Is It Worth It?


Other items I used for my sew in are

A needle and thread combination pack (Click here to buy).

See the full review of the hair below:

Funny story as I cut out the sew in, I accidentally cut off my hair. I cut right through my braid underneath in the front of my hair.  Do not be like me. Be careful!

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Cheap Human Hair! Saga Remy Hair. Is It Worth It?