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Do you have type 4 hair and don’t know what to do with it? Do you even know what type 4 hair is? You may want to look into getting yourself some natural clip-in extensions.

Here’s a quick sneak-peek into the world of hair-care and styling. So keep reading to find out more about your hair and how to care for it.

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Defining Type 4 Hair

Type 4 hair – or coily hair – comes in various textures. It can be thin and delicate or thick and coarse, but it is always very dense. There are three kinds of coily hair: 4A, 4B, and 4C.

 

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or coily hair – comes in various textures. It can be thin and delicate or thick and coarse, but it is always very dense. There are three kinds of coily hair: 4A, 4B, and 4C.

Do you take good care of your hair and don’t want to ruin it? Natural hair clip-ins are your friend.

 

There are two straightforward ways of installing clip-in extensions into your hair. If you sleep with your hair in twist outs or braids, this method may be faster. Simply pin back the twist outs toward the back of your head and tie off a small section over your forehead. Then begin to insert your clips starting from the nape of your neck upward. If this is your first time with your set of clips, don’t close them up the moment you place them. Try them out in a few different areas to get the spacing beforehand. With this method, the only twist outs you will need to untwist is the section you tied off on your forehead. This is an easy and quick alternative if you don’t want to untwist all of your hair.

Is either sheer or wiry. It tends toward an S-shaped curling pattern and could wrap around a crochet needle handle. It tends to be very dense and spongy.

Is very jagged, curling in Z-shaped patterns. Similar to the 4A, this type ranges from thin to coarse. However, it is not as sharply defined and only wraps around a pen, making it a much tighter curl.

Is similar to 4B in density and its soft or wiry textures. In contrast, it is more likely to shrink, has even less definition, and is extremely fragile.

Is similar to 4B in density and its soft or wiry textures. In contrast, it is more likely to shrink, has even less definition, and is extremely fragile.

Now you know how to take care of your natural hair and clip-ins, how do you style it? Well, here’s something to keep in mind. Natural clip-ins are just like your hair. The more straightening, curling, blow-drying, bleaching, and other abrasive activities that you subject them to, the more wear and tear they will receive. However, the upside to using extensions is that you can dye them and not your own natural hair. This will protect your hair but still give you a fabulous look. Doing this will mean you’ll probably have to use more clip-ins in the long run because they wear down.

Let’s take a look at some blowout styles. If you want an afro blowout style, first condition your hair. Put a cap on it and leave it for thirty minutes. After rinsing out, rub in some leave-in conditioner. Now section off your hair into squares. Condition each section with another leave-in shea butter conditioner and detangle with a wide-tooth comb and Denman brush. Add a heat-protectant to your hair, and attach a comb add-on to your blow-dryer. Set the heat on low and get to loosening up that hair!

Don’t want an afro but still want a blowout style? Try some kinky blowout clip-ins.

If you are going for a fuller look and are willing to spend the time, untwisting all of your hair is the way to go. Once untwisted, section off your hair in layers from top to bottom. Then insert your clip-ins starting from the bottom, moving upwards. Again, if you are not sure if you’ve centered the clip-ins on your head, don’t snap the clips. Slide them over your sectioned off hair a few times and see if they look right. Here’s an easy-to-follow video on how to section off and space your clip-ins.

If you are going for a fuller look and are willing to spend the time, untwisting all of your hair is the way to go. Once untwisted, section off your hair in layers from top to bottom. Then insert your clip-ins starting from the bottom, moving upwards. Again, if you are not sure if you’ve centered the clip-ins on your head, don’t snap the clips. Slide them over your sectioned off hair a few times and see if they look right. Here’s an easy-to-follow video on how to section off and space your clip-ins.

Before you can style your curly clip-in hair extensions, you’ll need to blend them with your natural hair. Not to mention, take good care of it.

If you want to sleep in your extensions, you are going to have to take the right precautions. Whenever you go to sleep, leave your extensions in and twist them with the rest of your hair. Then you should take a satin-like fabric (no cotton) and wrap your hair in it. You can wear a cap or a tube, so long as it protects your hair. Some people loosely tie up their hair with a scrunchy (note: this has to be loose, or else it will leave an indent). If you use a scrunchy, flip your head over so your hair is hanging down, then tie it off so that it is directly on top of your head. One tip for sleeping comfortably in your clip-ins is to un-snap the clips at the base of your neck, but don’t take them out. This removes unhealthy tension from the roots of your hair.

If you do not want to sleep in your extensions, you do not have to. Once you’ve snapped your clips shut, take a small strand of your clip-in and a larger piece of your natural hair. Gently fold them together, one under the other. Repeat this until you have blended all your hair clip-ins. This will allow you to remove your clip-ins with ease.

Regardless of whether you sleep with or without your clip-ins, you should be washing them about once a week. If you are going to co-wash, use a moist conditioner, distributing it generously. Use a Denman brush to evenly coat your hair and reduce tangling. This will heighten the definition of your curls!

 

If you are going to wash your clip-ins separately, condition and rinse them out with water running down them, top to bottom. If your fingers are not slipping through effortlessly, repeat the process. When done washing, let your hair air-dry, or use a diffuser attachment to your hairdryer and keep it set to the lowest heat setting.

Since you are not going to be washing your hair every day, you need a way to detangle daily. Use a mixture of conditioner and water to lightly spray on problem areas. Then use your fingers to separate the tangled strands. Do not sleep with wet hair unless you want to deal with matting. So just don’t do it.

For more tips on hair care, check this link out. It has a lot of helpful tips if you scroll down.