Erika Girardi, better known as Erika Jayne, is a well-known singer, television personality, and actress. The multi-talented personality recently ventured into the hair extension industry. Some individuals are sceptical of her business and accuse it of charging high prices.

Some social media users have accused Erika Jayne’s new hair extensions company of charging exorbitant prices and utilizing stock images to promote products. Pretty Mess Hair has not yet commented, according to Heavy. In December 2021, the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” actress unveiled her new enterprise with hair extensions.

Erika revealed to People magazine what inspired her to launch Pretty Mess Hair. She told the magazine that she enjoys experimenting with hair extensions since there is “no permanent commitment.” She also stated that hair extensions “immediately” make her “feel pretty,” and she wishes to share that feeling with others.

“I have worn every type of hair extension on and off stage, and on TV for over a decade. So I know what I love and works best for all situations. You name it, I’ve worn it.”

According to the company’s website, Pretty Mess Hair provides a number of hair extension alternatives, including the least priced DIY ponytail extensions that start at $500. Pro extensions, including hand-tied wefts, begin at $565 and increase in price based on length and type. The DIY clip-in extensions start at $710.

Megan Paynter, owner and stylist of Wildflower Beauty Lounge in Valrico, Florida, told Heavy about the price of a comparable product in her salon. Users on social media appeared to concur that the cost of clip-ins was fairly expensive. Others provided screenshots of various photographs featured on Pretty Mess Hair that were also seen on other websites, in addition to numerous others remarking on Erika’s hair extensions line’s pricing.

“DIY clip-in extensions at 18 inches would be $150 – $175 depending on the color you choose. Clip-in extensions are a great alternative to traditional extensions because they are a fraction of the price and can be worn anytime without a trip to the salon.”

“For the U-Tips the highest price I found that wasn’t bulk was around $300 per piece and is ‘on sale.'”

“How’d you like to buy the EXACT SAME EXTENSIONS for $400 less?”

“What makes them worth $700? Definitely not her name.”

“I use clip in extensions to fill out my thin hair, and it’s not $700 and it’s amazing quality. It’s $200 for mine. I’ll be damned if I’m gonna pay $700 for some hair. Nope.”

“Damn she that broke? No one buying $700 extensions when we can and been buying them cheaper.”

“First off, she’s either using her supplier’s photog or stock images. This image was also used in 2014 by a salon in Australia.”

“I have no idea how accurate these measurements are and neither does she since the photo is a stock image.”

“She might have picked out the names for the colors though? Maybe?”

“She is using stock images. This really is common. It looks like she is selling a product that’s already available and just rebranding it has pretty mess Hair. Which all the housewives do.”

“OK, I get that some new businesses might be doing things on the cheap, that non-product based companies use stock images all the time etc., but you’re telling me Erika can’t afford a photoshoot of her wearing the products? This b**** loves being [in front] of a camera.”

Despite the fact that Pretty Mess Hair has only been in business for a little over a month, some individuals are dubious of the brand. Let’s see if the company can come up with any solutions. Keep an eye on Thirsty for further updates.

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Shivangini Rawat

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