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My favorite thing about these Kinky Curly Yaki clip ins is the fact that they are so versatile*. They can be colored, washed, and styles in many different ways. I used my clip ins to do wash and go's, twist outs, and a wide assortment of other cute styles and styling techniques.
   The hair is very soft and has snap/comb clips that will keep the clip ins firmly attached to your head. The wefts are not thin and flimsy like others I've seen elsewhere. They are well made and the combs are securely attached. 
I love the fact that I can add a track or two to add a little oomph to my hair and remove them just as easily. To see how I did my twist out using these clip ins, check out my Youtube video below.
3 Quick ways to style your hair with Clip ins  One of the reasons I love my natural hair is the versatility. These clip ins give my styles more length and volume while allowing me to style my hair however I'd like to. To see 3 quick and easy styles I did with my clip ins, see …


Kinky Curly Yaki Clip ins     So I've been rocking some clip ins courtesy of  Kinky Curly Yaki* and I must say I love them beyond measure! When I just received them I thought one pack wouldn't have been enough to do my entire big head. Boy was I wrong! One you brush these babies out, you're left with so much volume and beauty! The possibilities are endless with these clip ins!
Coloring my Clip ins I was sent a pack of Afro Kinky Curly Clip ins in the color black. Of course, my hair is colored so there is no way I would get these to look great unless I colored them, which is exactly what I did. How did I do it? Well lucky for you I have a video showing you exactly what I did and I'll be putting that below! I used the following products-
Products used to color- 30 + 10 Vol Developer  Loreal hicolor Highlights in Red and Magenta Color Jamz in Raspberry Kamaza
Products used to style- Camille Rose Naturals Curlmaker Gel  Camille Rose Naturals Curl lo…