Best Ways to Store Your Clip-Ins
You've had a long day and it's time for you to take your clip-ins out. What do you do? Do you bunch them together and shove them in your drawer? Or do you take the time to prepare them for the next day? Properly storing your clip-ins can increase the life span of the hair. In this video, Jasmin shows you three ways to store them in your Kurly Klips box.
The first way is ideal. You co-wash them if they need it and lay them flat in the box. The second way is also ideal. It includes moisturizing, detangling and twisting the hair for future use. The third way is if you just AIN'T got the time. It includes detangling with oil and twisting the hair up.
So what's the big deal about detangling and twisting? Have you ever tried to wear a wash and go on your natural hiar? This used to be my preferred style of choice. But I could never get more than two days without needing to co-wash, detangle, and style again.
Your Kurly Klips are similar. If you want to wear them in a wash and go, you're going to have to maintain them more often.
But twist-outs and braid-outs are special. When I would do these styles on my natural hair, I could go almost a week before needing to co-wash and detangle. Your Kurly Klips perform exactly the same way. So take the time to detangle and twist before storage. When you pull them out again, they'll be ready to wear for days on end.
When some people think of extensions, they assume that the hair has magical properties. That it can be balled up, washed every so often, and stay tangle free. But that's simply not true. Kurly Klips sells 100% human hair, so expect it to act like human hair. By treating them right and storing them well, you are ensuring they will last you for months to come.