BraidLocs

Braid Locs: How to start locs and Dreadlocks with Braids, how to grow and maintain locs. What products to use and how to take care of locs, micro locs and braidlocs.

Mireille Liong Long Braidlocs

Sisterlocks Grid : The Economics of Braidlocs – An Alternative to Sisterlocks

Sisterlocks Grid :  When I began researching sisterlocks, I also researched other loc methods like traditional, two strand twist, and braidlocs. These are more affordable options than sisterlocks and equally beautiful. What I did not know then that I know now, is that you can get the same look as sisterlocks starting your loc journey …

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How much do Sisterlocks cost? The Economics of a low maintenance Natural Hairstyle

Cost of Sisterlocks :Sisterlocks is quickly becoming a lifestyle choice by many black women. Their beauty, ease, and convenience are what most women find appealing. For one, you can still style these small locs the same as you would your loose natural hair. Also, the upkeep of sisterlocks is very low maintenance. If you’re considering …

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Bantu Out on Braid Locs

Bantus on Braid locs

Another way to style natural hair is to put your coily strands in Bantu Knots. The beauty about these African hair bumps is that not only are they a style in and on itself, they work for all hair types and if you take them out you have just another fabulous style.

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My Braid locs

One of the reasons I choose for braid locs is because I think it’s the easiest way to start locs. My hair is naturally frizzy, so single twists were out of the question but even two strand twists would be hard to manage. Another reason is that I wanted micro locs.