A beauty salon that claims to offer the highest quality bangs on the market is not always accurate, according to a new report.
The beauty salon called Bombshell Beauty is owned by the infamous “Halloween Dolls,” who recently took to social media to tell people to visit the salon for a “real Halloween bang.”
According to the report, the Bombshells offer “super soft, premium bangs, plus a full line of premium grooming products.”
But, according an article published in the June issue of The Atlantic, the salon claims that its “bundles of hair products” are not the highest in the industry.
In fact, according the article, the brand’s most popular product is a line of gel hair products called “Hair Care.”
The brand’s other products are “Beauty Shampoo” and “Lip Treatment.”
It appears the Bombshels are the most popular salon in the country, but according to the Atlantic, that claim was not entirely accurate.
“There are no real Halloween hair products,” the report reads.
“All of their products are labeled as ‘Halloween’ products.”
The Bombshell claims on its website that “Hollywood celebrities have been known to give away their products to fans.
However, in reality, their products aren’t all that special.
And no celebrities have ever offered to give us hair care for Halloween.”
The report continued, “We found that the ‘Hollywood Celebrities’ were only willing to give the Bombshelts a couple of samples, but none were worth the effort.
The product we received, in fact, wasn’t even that good.”
The salon also sells a line called “Toys for Kids,” which appears to offer “good quality hair products for kids,” but the Atlantic noted that it has not yet received a response from the company about how they plan to address complaints about the product.
The Bombshells website states that “we also have a dedicated online community of ‘Holly Haters,’ who are our biggest fans, who we’ve met for years and who will help you in your quest for the best ‘Honey Boo Boo’ bangs for Halloween.
You’ll find some great tips on how to use the Bombshares ‘Hail of the Bees’ product.”
It’s unclear what the Bombsheds plans are to address these complaints.
The Atlantic article also states that the salon has not responded to several requests for comment.