Why you should stop using shampoo on your locs : It’s easy to get caught up in the idea that you need to wash your locs with shampoo . After all, it’s what we’ve always done and what we’re used to—but it’s not the best choice for your hair. (Why you should stop using shampoo […]
Hair Care for Locs
From Organic Loc Bombs to detox Sisterlocks to Hair Growth Tea that doesn’t leave residue, to Cowrie Shell Hair Jewelry and Loc Curlers to care for, grow and style all type of dreadlocks.
Click to Buy Organic Shampoo Bombs Get Rid of Buildup and Odor : Morgan is a lovely spirit who has a fun and informative youtube channel. So, we asked her if she wanted to try our Organic Shampoo Bombs and luckily for us, she was happy to. WNL.com sent her all four bombs. She shares […]
Bonnets for Dreads : If you have locs, more than likely you feel the need to protect your hair at night by wearing a satin lined hair bonnet, silk scarf, or some other form of hair protection. The reason being is to protect your locs from lint, frizz, and dryness – all things locs are […]
Black Seed oil for hair : It was my namesake friend who told me years ago that Black Seed oil had grown her hair. She was a newly natural and couldn’t stop raving about this miracle oil that was moisturizing and growing her hair.
These days, you don’t have to look hard to find stories of hair discrimination against African Americans. From elementary school children to adults in the workplace, African Americans are consistently targeted for how they wear their hair.
A look at the Dreadlocks styles from Model/Actor Patrick Marcelino. His shoulder length hair is as versatile as the styles he rocks!
Jasmine has her beautiful dreadlocks twisted and rolled in the kind of ponytail bun that turns head. IIt doesn’t matter how long my hair is or what colour my skin is or whether I’m a woman or a man. It is my hair that counts.
Sisterlocks Grid Pattern : Loc count varies according to hair density, the size you want your locs to be as well as the size of your head. Typically women with Sisterlocks can have anywhere from 250 to more than 800 Sisterlocks. And yes, they both have Sisterlocks installed by certified consultants/trainees. By Terez Howard
By Terez Howard I’m nearing my 1-year mark with Sisterlocks. Although I absolutely love my hair, I strongly dislike braiding and banding. I asked Paulette Brown, the consultant behind Locks4life, what makes braiding and banding so important.
By Terez Howard I got to interview Robin Mitchell, certified Sisterlocks consultant and certified retightening instructor, about the Sisterlocks retightening class. Here a few snippets of the interview. You can find my entire interview with Robin at my Sisterlocks blog.
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
By Terez Howard Yep. 13 hours to install my Sisterlocks. For some, it takes 8 hours. For others, installation lasts 30 hours over the course of 3 days. Why the differences huge differences in time?
By Terez Howard Before I got my Sisterlocks, I had a ton of questions. Even after I got them down to the present-day, I continue to ask questions.
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 […]
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 […]
Yup. Locks are matted chords of dead, shed hair. Actually, all hair is dead. Oh, but there’s more. Did you know there there are finitely 100,000 hairs that grow on your head at infancy. Those hair strands are terminal and will only regenerate a certain number of lifecyles. Those hair strands will cycle through telogen, […]