I'd like to introduce to you a new natural hair extension line I recently discovered called Xotica Hair. This company offers premium natural hair extensions specifically made for Black women’s hair texture.
One thing I really appreciate about the company was this line written on their website: "No longer do you have to struggle to blend silky textures like Brazilian, Malaysian or Peruvian with your natural Afro hair."
I feel as if so many women try to do this and it looks horrible! Finally we can try something that actually fits our hair texture. Xotica Hair offers five (weaves and clip-ins) that mimic curl patterns ranging from type 4A, 4B, 4C and 3B/C curl. All of their products are 100 percent genuine human hair and are single sourced.
I was checking out the 4A Afro Kinky Hair clip-ins (pictured above) and I just may have to try them. Although I have
more hair than the model, my hair isn't always in a "stretched state" due to the time it takes to lengthen my curls using two-strand twists, bantu knots, etc. Although I'm not into 22-inch weave (lol) some people are as they have 12, 14,16,18, 2, 22, and 24 inches available. The unit I am speaking of is priced at $94.95, which I think is pretty reasonable for hair extensions now days.
You can even order samples for $8 to feel the texture before buying one or more bundles.
Out of all of the previously mentioned, I love this is a Black-owned business. (Ya'll know how I feel about them). The company is owned by a woman named Kimali who struggled for years to find the right extensions after cutting her locs. Finally, she just thought to create her own.
For more information on Xotica Hair, visit www.xoticahair.com.
This is a sponsored post.
By the way...
My next natural hair event in Indianapolis is on the calendar for March 26. This event will cater to all of those who are new to natural hair or looking to go natural (big chop) soon. Details here: https://t.co/DZXDVNtSxz