What ever brilliant mind that finally started to invest in curly-kinky to coarse hair extensions* deserves to be labelled the “hair god”, because Lord knows I have been waiting for the variety and quality that we now see on the market.
We kinky*-haired girls can finally wear extensions that don’t require us to straighten our locks. Black women are the main consumers of weave, wigs, etc, so why not cater to our texture of hair?
The natural hair movement is pretty strong and consistent so business wise it only makes sense to offer weaves and wigs* with natural hair textures. As usual on the blog we do not mind putting together a great list so we thought it would be nice to make a list of the top 5 natural hair extension lines out there that you might want to check out.
1. Heat free hair
This extension line is broken down into three categories: clip-ins, wefts, and wigs, all made from 100% virgin hair. You can choose from textures, curl type, and length, what the offer are: 4b-4c kinks and 3b-3c koils.
If you choose correctly, this hair will perfectly match your own leave out (hair). The clip-ins seem beneficial, because some of us might not want a full weave.
They’re wigs are helpful all together by protecting your hair completely and not leaving anything out, unless you purchase one of their U part wigs*.
The entire purpose of the name of this brand is to help naturalistas from using heat on their hair to mimic the weave. This weave is made specifically for kinky curly textured hair and according to the owner of this company, only 2 bundles are needed because the hair is so thick. Visit their website to take a closer look.
2. Kurly Klips
This company is known for its versatility and easy application. This line is broken up into categories as well. My Fro is the kinkier hair, they have shoulder length and longer lengths to choose from.
My Spirals is the curlier of the two, these curls are much looser and longer. These clip in* extensions* make it easier to add or remove thickness or thinness to your liking. You can even remove them to wash your hair and easily put them back in.
Originally posted 2015-04-24 15:00:42.