Once I learned how to separate good hair from bad, I noticed the good stuff always had a higher cost (this DOES NOT mean that ALL high priced hair is good). But I wasn't expecting is what I learned next:
Cheap hair isn't cheap. It's more expensive.
When you pay $30/pack at the beauty supply store every month OR $200 for a "bundle deal" that you have to replace by next season (we all love switching up our style, but we should never have to buy new hair because what we're wearing is falling apart), it doesn't just hurt your look, it hurts your bank account.