The wigs themselves are Ok; they are good. The service is reaaaally bad. I was not fortunate to meet the woman who has helped some of you. The person there is very rude actually. The moment I try a wig and put it back, he makes sure to let me know I am giving him work. He would go to the wig without talking and brush it, re-arrange it and succeeds in making me feel bad and unwelcomed. Like the second I put the wig. I was there a number of times and it was the same thing. That person has just no idea what good service is. When I ask a question like ""Do you have similar wigs"", he would just go ""no"". period. I felt all the time there he wanted me to leave. I had the feeling he wanted people to go in, say I want that one, not try it or try it once maybe, give cash and leave. But we're talking about wigs here. It's not a grocery store. No smiles, no welcoming, just coldness, that's what I got at Wigland everytime I went. It's such a shame because I do like wigs and everytime I went there I really wanted to buy a wig, but his attitude was very discouraging. I felt stupid trying more than one wig or two. I felt not welcomed AT ALL. This said, I am not going back there again. And, I did buy a wig and will buy more but not from Wigland. That person there needs his mom (the person praised above) to teach him how to talk to customers, make sure they leave happy wether they buy or not, because that's the only way to get them back again and to get them purchase products. When you open a wig store, you should do more than stand behind your cashier and wait for money. This is the first time, by the way, I write a negative review about a store, ever. I hope wigland is open to good and bad feedback. I am sure the person is not mean but all I am saying Wigland can do better than that.