If you are determined to turn heads this holiday season with your natural hair, consider this fancy hairdo. A style that will leave you feeling like the Queen you deserve to be, a style that sets you a part from everyone else: The Rolled Crown created by stylist Nicole Simson perfect for brides, special occasions, and formal events.
There are plenty of hairstyles to choose from yet making a choice isn’t always easy. First you ask yourself “Can I do it myself or is it easy to do?”
Crown of Locs is choosen once more for two New York Exibitions. This time out of 1,900 submissions!
Hair coming out in the crown. need help!
Hi Dianna Hoskin,
Kudos to you for staying healthy and keeping in shape! I would like to encourage you to be patient with your hair. One thing you didn’t share is what you using on your hair! It’s important to stay away from products with drying agents such as SLES/SLS, ETOH, mineral oil, petroleum and silicones*.
with Sisterlocks: I think other women are afraid to go natural because they are worried about what everyone will think. They think their lives and jobs will be affected negatively and it doesn’t have to be that way!
Crown of Locs
A style only the original Shakilla can come up with. It shows once again how versatile locs are and that you never have to be bored with natural hair.
This wrap can be done with locs or an Afro, covered (like how I did it) or exposed at the end (back). Here are the steps:
Wrapped Around Your Nappy Hair. After numerous attempts of trying to create the perfect head wrap, I finally decided on a wrap that is stylish, cultural and napptural.