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

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Kurly Klips Clip Ins

Source: Brandi Fowler / Brandi Fowler

Kurly Klips, $79.00-$388.00

I am obsessed with Kurly Klips’ clip-ins too. It’s a Black-owned brand as well and I loved the customer service (that’s beyond important when you’re shopping for hair of any sort). Before I even got the hair, a Kurly Klips rep made sure to tell me the product that she loves the most for the hair – Camille Rose Curl Maker ($22.00, camillerose.com) – and why it was necessary to have it on hand.

Kurly Klips has three types of clip-ins geared towards kinky curly locks: 3C curls, Fro, Spirals and Blowouts (for days when you want to straighten you want to straighten your hair). They range from $79.00-$388.00 depending on the length, hair type, and amount of clip-ins that you want to purchase.

I couldn’t decide between the 3C Curls and Fro for the right texture to match my hair, but after taking a peek at several photos on Kurly Klips’ ‘gram and chatting with a customer service rep, I went with the Mermaid 3C Curls in the Normal and Petite ($99.00 and $199.00, kurlyklips.com). As a heads up, purchasing the clip-ins in Normal and Petite will give you enough hair to cover about 75 percent of your hair. To cover your entire head, purchase the Grand size clip-ins.

When I received the hair, it was gorgeous. Super soft curls that I could run my fingers through as soon as I took it out of the package. The hair was pre-washed, but I co-washed it again (as recommended and put a healthy helping of leave-in conditioner and Camille Rose’s Curl Maker on it and let it work its magic. When I first clipped it in, I was a little worried. The hair was gorge, but the curls were a little too defined to match my wash and go. If you clip in the hair and feel this way though, do not fret.

Kurly Klips gave me a tip that made me love the clip ins even more: brush and fluff out the roots. They also send digital video tutorials to your e-mail and a hair care booklet with the mailed package with more tips too. In addition to brushing the roots, I also separated the curls with my fingers, and kept doing it until it matched my hair. I loved it – and the length gave me all of the life. It’s 24″ straightened and 16″ curly, and fell past my shoulders and down my back.

The versatility of this hair makes it great for 3C hair, but also for 4A curly girls who want to wear wash and go looks, but also want a more defined curl for twist outs.

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