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How to use Duckbill Clips:
The single-prong (aka duckbill) clips have a slight curve in them. When you use these clips, you want to make sure the curve faces to the back of your head so the curls flow back. The goal is to move from the back of the top of your head where your curls fall back over the farthest part of your head toward the front hairline. Even if your part line is not straight but rather random, or is diagonal or zigzagged, you’re going to be putting the clips in the hair across the part line. This means a portion of the hair-clips is going to rest across both sides of the part.
Take the clip and rest it with the curve facing toward the back of your head, with one side of the clip resting on the scalp just off to the side of the part line.
Open the clips (approximately one-third of an inch) and slide in the clip so it crosses the part line. (Opening the clip too wide will cause the clip to lie flat on the scalp instead of its edge. You want the hair clip sitting perpendicular to the scalp.)
If your hair is very fine, you may wish to connect two clips together (putting the hair clips in from both sides), which will lock them together and help keep them supported in the upright position.
Keep inserting clips across the part line about one inch ahead of the previous clip, stopping about a third of an inch from the front hairline; otherwise, when hair is dry, you might see where the clip possibly left a dent in the hair.”