It depends on how they're used. Most of the time, when i see a full on weave, its usually being worn by black women. I wouldn't have an issue with it if the hairstyles were kept afrocentric, but nine times out of ten they're straightened and used to look more caucasian and "acceptable". And then some of these girls will turn around and call cultural appropriation when a white person wants to rock an afrocentric hairstyle. It's usually an immediate turn-off for me when it comes to not only black women, but women in general... when its used excessively and in a way that isn't natural to the person. People can do whatever they want with their own hair, but if you're asking for my opinion, i generally find it to be unattractive
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It's funny because most people associate hair weave and extensions with being ghetto or whatever, when in actuality majority everyone use them. Whether it's to give hair a healthier look, thicker look, longer look, or to protect your hair from the elements (breakage, excessive styling, etc). So many reasons and possibilities!
They are okay. Extension can look nice if they're good quality and inserted in the hair correctly, now of course growing out hair is a thousands times better than wearing extensions. I'd rather grow out my hair than have a short haircut and stick with extensions.
they're okay, expensive. i go with my friends to get their hair done and i'm always wondering why they don't go natural because it's soooo much easier and cheaper. it's their choice tho and the end product looks nice.
I think they are good ways to protect natural hair. They're versatile and contrary to popular belief, they're worn by lots of women of different races. I don't know where and why there's a negative connotation association with them.