Sisterlocks

Sisterlocks
After I read Going Natural: How to Fall in Love With Nappy Hair by Mireille Liong-A-Kong, the lady behind this super helpful natural hair care resource, I knew that I was ready to get locs.

Do Micro-sized Locs Damage Fragile Hair?

 As noted on my natural hair website, “Fragile, thin natural hair has flourished in Sisterlocks.  If the hair is not cared for properly, it will break, regardless if you have Sisterlocks, traditional locs or loose hair.  No.  Sisterlocks’ small size really are the perfect style for thin-haired naturals.  By Terez Howard

Sisterlocks’ Versatility – How To Create 3 Styles In 1

By Terez Howard One major draw to Sisterlocks is the ability to create a huge range of natural hair styles. The micro-sized locs allow for intricate styling options. The precise parting grid allows a complete amateur stylist, like myself, to create awesome hair styles with ease. This month, I took Sisterlocks’ versatility to a new …

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One Major Reason Why Sisterlocks Promote Long Hair Growth

Two words: protective styling. Naturally Curly writer Senora Harris explains protective styling keeps the ends tucked away as a means to combat split ends.  Protective natural hair styles include twists, Bantu knots and braids.  Senora mentioned that constant combing and handling of tightly coiled hair can cause breakage.  Ladies with tightly coiled hair types achieve …

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Not Just Anyone Can Say She Has Sisterlocks

Sister locks are a trademarked method of locking hair. The individuals who install Sisterlocks have to take training courses to receive the title “trainee” or “consultant.” As the Almond Avocado blog notes, graduates of the comprehensive Sisterlocks training program are named trainees, while trainees certified from the Sisterlocks home office become consultants.