If you don’t like wigs or sew-ins, try clip ins! All you have to do is prep the clip ins for the style you want, clip them in, and go! That way, you don’t have to worry about failed hairstyles. The key is getting clip ins that best match your hair texture so you won’t have to over-manipulate your own hair by trying to blend it with the extensions. Ladies, I hope this curly afro hairstyle with bantu knots and braids, gives you another protective style option for your natural hair!
The truth that some people do like a thicker and longer hair because it’s freeing their face better.
Clip ins is the solution for all my natural whether your’re transitioning whether you’re thinking about going natural or whether you big chop.
Here is a tutorial about how to blend 4c natural hair with Afro Kinky Coily Clip Ins
Transitioning to natural hair is a process. It is about learning to grow and care for your own natural hair and remove the end of your relaxed hair slowly. Protective styling is a vital step in achieving your hair goals while transitioning to natural. The following protective styles can help you transition easily.
Textured clip ins are another trend of protective styling which is even faster and simpler to achieve than your crochet braids, weaves and wigs. Difference from braids and hair weaves, clip ins can be taken out of your head easily and quickly, which make you continue to take care of your hair health and scalp care.
What’s your fav summer hairstyle? Try this top know bun on short natural hair for a quick and easy protective hairstyle. If your hair is not long and fuller enough, then using some betterlength clip ins to achieve the same look.