I work in the Health/Fitness industry so it's not always practical to have my hair down and flowing, and also... lets just be honest, sometimes we just get plum tired of dealing with out hair! So I've had to come up with some creative ways to keep my hair tucked away (and be lazy lol) without appearing to do so!
The last time I talked to you guys about these clip-ins, it was a "hair down in the wind" kind of situation, this time I wanted to come and share some creative ways to style clips in, while still keeping your hair tucked away and protected.
Style #1: The Fakeout-Braidout
|Braidout with HerGivenHair clip-ins added to the bottom (Style: Curly Length: 20 inches)|
I love this style for two reasons. 1) If you have fine textured hair like myself, braidouts usually don't come out as full and fluffy as you may like (unless you blowdry your hair, first). So adding the clip ins give you the thickness you're trying to achieve, and 2) I was able to keep 90% of my hair safely braided and tucked away, making for super quick and easy protective style that LOOKED like it took way more time than it actually did.
For a full tutorial on how I achieved this look, check out the video over on my YouTube.
Style #2: The Ninja Bun with a BANG!
I must admit, on my lazy days, a bun is my FIRST line of fire when I need to quickly look presentable and get myself out the door. But sometimes, a simple ninja bun just isn't enough. I need to add a little flare to my hair! So what's more funky than a curly bun?
Quickly add a couple of clips to the front of your hair and you have a whole new look!
What I love about these clip-ins are that they match my hair so effortlessly, I never have to worry about "prepping" or "blending" when I want to add a little "umph" to my look. Just clip and go! So much versatility and simplicity! Which is the story of my life these days!
Have you guys experimented with these clip-ins? If so, show me! Take a snapshot and tag me on Instagram with the Hashtag #HairMaryHerGivenHair, I'd love to see!
For more info on all their textures as well as their other products, reviews, and tutorials, check out their website! www.HerGivenHair.com