I have been eyeing Heat Free Hair for 10 YEARS because they are pricey. Now that I’ve gotten my hands on some clip-ins, I regret waiting so long because they’re totally worth it. For context, I have 4B/4C hair. I’m not used to being able to use hair fresh out the box. However, this blends perfectly with my natural hair. Mind you, I installed these in like 20 minutes with minimal stretching. All I did was lightly detangle the hair and put it in where my hair was less dense. It’s soft and doesn’t have that weird “new hair” smell or waxy residue. You can tell that these were created by and for Black women. If you’re a naturalista looking for an extra full afro or a ponytail, try these — you won’t regret it.
Heat Free Hair is a Black woman-owned small business that makes hair extensions and wigs for Afro-textured hair. They sell lace fronts, wefted hair, full lace wigs, and clip-ins in a variety of textures.
Promising review: “This is my third purchase of For Kinks in two years. I wear For Kinks full time and it’s the best decision I’ve ever made! The texture is perfect, and I realize now the importance of buying from black woman-owned businesses. We understand how curly hair is supposed to look, act, and function. For Kinks maintains a curl pattern no matter how many times it’s washed, and I consistently get compliments! I’m very happy using Camille Rose’s Curl Love, or Fresh Curl, or As I Am products to moisturize. In this last purchase, the color was a bit more medium brown than I was used to getting. A demi-permanent dark brown dye/rinse solved that issue quickly with no change in texture or quality from the hair. I’m interested in trying out other textures eventually but this texture is my first love:) If you’re on the fence about getting For Kink clip-ins, get the 20”, you won’t regret it.” —Alison H.
Get it from Heat Free Hair $189+ (available in three sizes and four textures).