Beauty Of 5: The Top 5 Kinky Curly Clip-Ins You Need to Try This Summer

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Kinky Curly Yaki Clip Ins

Source: Brandi Fowler / Brandi Fowler

KinkyCurlyYaki, $173.00 – $271.00

Four words – I. Love. This. Hair. I was obsessed with the packaging of it, so when I opened up my box topped with a woman rocking a naturally curly fro, I couldn’t help but smile. Inside of the box were step-by-step directions, a satin bag that held the clip-ins, a hanger to hang the hair after I washed it, a rubber cushion brush ($2.00, kinkycurlyyaki.com), and Eden Coconut Shea cleansing co-wash ($9.25, edenbodyworks.com). All of the products are available on the site and I highly recommend buying them to care for the hair if you don’t have them already.

For women looking for kinky curly looks, there are three types of KinkyCurlyYaki’s clip in curls, which come in 14”, 16”, and 18” and range in price from $173 to $271.00 depending on length and the amount of coverage you want. The types are: My Curls for 3C curls, My Coils for 4A/4B Curls, and My Kinks for 4C Curls ($173.00- $271.00, kinkycurlyyaki.com). I tried the My Coils Clip-ins in 16” (the longest length they had available at the time), which are designed to match type 4 curl patterns and 160g for 75% coverage ($206.00, kinkycurlyyaki.com).

The hair was so soft, dense, and thick as soon as I pulled it out of the package that I knew it was going to look amazing when I clipped it in. When I washed the clip-ins – which you must do if you don’t order it pre-washed – the hair got even better.

After co-washing, conditioning, and air-drying the hair overnight, I clipped in my clip-ins over my hair without braiding it to keep it in place and swooned. It matched my hair perfectly without much work and fell about shoulder length. I loved that I could just clip this hair in and go. Everyone thought it was my hair and I got so many compliments when I wore it.

More things to know: This is real hair and it needs extra moisture. Make sure to use an ultra-hydrating conditioner on it to keep it from drying out.

If you want hair that’s a little longer, definitely go for the 18” length, and if you’re trying clip-ins for the first time, I think your best bet will be 220G for 100% coverage, so that you can play with several different styles. The 160g hair with 75% coverage was enough for me.

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