Twist Out on Clip Ins► Natural Hair

Twist Out on Clip Ins► Natural Hair


Welcome back curlfriends! Today I’m going to be showing you guys how
I maintain and blend my clip ins using the twist out method. After a long days wear, this is what my hair
looks like with my clip ins. I already have them clipped in. I’m just going to add in some water in my
spray bottle to loosen up the hair so that I’m able to twist it out. I don’t add in any product. Whatever product I had for the twist out when
I applied the clip ins into my hair, I’m just going to reactivate it using this spray bottle
with water. This hair just doesn’t need a whole bunch
of product to make it do what you want it to do. So I’m literally just using water guys! I’m just taking these medium sized sections
and I’m going to twist my hair. You want to make sure that you have an even
distribution of clip in hair as well as well as your natural hair so that they’re able
to blend as you twist them together. When you take them down in the morning, you’ll
have nice and defined curls. For those of you that have been wondering,
these are my Natural Boss Lady clip ins. These are the 16″ Kinky Curly Clip ins. This is one full set of clip ins with my hair
left out when I applied them in. This is literally how I maintain my clip ins
when I wear them. I’ll just leave them in my hair for about
2-3 days before I wash my hair. I just take them down on wash day and reapply
them again using my regular application method with my twist out and blend my hair in with
the twist out. Literally every single night that I have my
clip ins in, this is exactly what I do. I just twist it out to ensure that my hair
is going to blend the next day. I also twirl the ends of the twist out to
make sure that I get a nice, defined ringlet, spiral curl. That’s pretty much it! It’s really easy to maintain and blend your
hair with these clip ins. I love the fact that I’m able to get that
added length and not have to commit to a full blown wig or hairstyle. I’ve finished one side. I’m just going to repeat the same exact steps
on the right side. I’m just taking these medium sized sections
and spraying them down with water. If it ever becomes dry in any of the spots,
I’m just going to add some more water to it and just continue twisting. We’re finally done. This literally took me about 15 minutes or
so just to twist up my entire head. I’ll just tie it down with a satin scarf and
head to bed so that I can take it down in the morning. It looks exactly like your own hair if you
did a twist out to be honest. The next morning, I’ll just take down the
twists. I like to grab it from the root and just pull
the hair apart so that I can keep a lot of the definition. I don’t add any products, oils, serums, creams,
any of that stuff to this hair. I like to keep it nice and weightless and
bouncy. Like I told you guys, you guys can already
see the shine and body in the hair without any product. This hair just doesn’t need a whole bunch
of product to weigh it down. It still comes out really nice and defined. Like I said, my previous twist out that I
did to blend my hair, I actually used the Olive Oil by ORS hair pudding. So my hair is already nice and moisturized. It pretty much just rubs off onto the extensions. To blend my hair, I’m just going to take down
my twist out just like a normal twist out. I’m just going to separate the hair making
sure that i start from the ends and not the roots too much so that I can reduce as much
frizz as possible and just keep that nice, defined, but fluffy curl. You can add a bit of body to this hair and
volume just by separating the curls even more, or by teasing the hair at the roots. I just want a little bit more body to it so
I’m just separating the curls a little tiny bit more. If you’re having trouble blending your hair
with your clip ins, or if your clip ins are just a tad bit longer than your own natural
hair, you can pretty much just take a strand of the clip in hair and your own natural hair
and just twist the two together to make them blend seamlessly. Here’s the final product! I hope you guys enjoyed this twist out blending
tutorial using my clip ins. Be sure to check the description box for any
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