The renowned hair extension vendor Wagman Hair (aka Wag’s) shutdown its operations on September 30, 2014 announced by their social media marketer for Wagman August 31, 2014 on their Twitter post.
“Tonight is my last night with #teamwags!! I just wanted to say THANK YOU to everyone for rockin’ out with me during my time as Social Media Marketer! Y’all have some of the most supportive, positive, funny and loyal people I’ve come into contact with!!
#Wagmans will be closing as of 9/30/14, so just keep up with us until then!!!…”
Strangely enough, Wagman Hair announced it had returned on the October 1, 2014’s Twitter post and Facebook post.
The question is what happened within just a few days time? A new well-designed website created with relatively complete content, a new branding logo, new hair inventory, and a new business office located in Massachusetts. On the website now, the new Wagman Hair is claiming several things: ownership has changed; the Pennsylvania business office has closed; they are not selling the same products as before; but the hair is still coming from the same source, the temples of india — not sure what that means exactly.
With the quick launch of this new Wagman Hair, this sounds like it had been planned out for awhile. It’s just not possible to transition into this new image within such a short window of time. Hair weave enthusiasts will have to see if this has turned to the best or the worst. On Wag’s Facebook page, they are claiming that their hair now is even superior than before.
“Wagman is back and better than ever! Our Superior line of 100% Virgin Remy Indian hair has been improved and expanded. Learn more and shop now at wagmanhair.com. #weave #indianhair #virginhair”
What is the everyone’s perception of this new Wagman Hair? Don’t forget to write a review on the Wagman Hair review page if you’ve bought hair from the new Wag’s website. There’s no doubt everyone’s dying to know how the new Wag’s hair is.