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Hello ladies! the "Brazilian Hair" you are flaunting about may be "Goat Hair" (See!)

Hehehehe... Imagine after killing yourself, saving money, even fighting and breaking up with your spouse(yes a lot of girls did it) just to make sure you buy a Brazillian, Peruvian and so on hair to keep up with the craze of "I must belong", you end up buying a goat hair. (hmm that is hands falling big time).

According to BBC, because of the increased costs of obtaining high-quality human hair, manufacturers in China have resorted to buying moderate quantities of real hair (which is often Chinese hair), and then mixing it with goat hair to save costs and to increase the volume of supply.

Lily,  a Chinese woman manufactures and sells wigs and other extensions was one of the people who made this revelation to BBC.
“We say it is Indian hair or Brazilian hair, but in fact it is normally Chinese hair or even goat hair. They never realise. This is the only way we can keep things cheap,” she said. pls keep reading + photos below.......

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A hair factory in China
She also stated that most of her customers are Africans.
“We used to sell to Europe and America, but now nearly 100% of my clients are in Africa,” she said.
The Africans are reportedly mostly Nigerians, Ghanaians, Congolese, South Africans, Angolans and Ugandans.
One of Lily’s customers shared her thoughts on why she purchases the hair, even though she knows it isn’t totally authentic.
She said:
“Of course I know the hair is not real. The Chinese think we’re stupid. I come all the way from Uganda and they think I don’t know hair
I laugh a lot when I go home and I know that the beautiful women of Kampala have goats on their heads.”
Images:Beleza Hair, BBC
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