‘Tis the season for up-swept hair, intricate details and bold color! You loc-wearers are by no means left out of all the fun. I scoured the web and found 12 beautiful loc hairstyles to rock this spring right on into summertime!
When Meagan Good stepped on the scene rocking Lisa Bonet-esque goddess faux locs, we ALL wanted to know who, what and how! One of our favorite vloggers shows us how to recreate the look with a simple tutorial.
Have you ever wanted locs without the commitment? Are you looking for a new “twist” on twists or braid extensions? Well, faux locs are the answer. This is a protective style that can last up to three months. It is basically a two step process that consists of braiding or twisting the hair and then wrapping it. Check out these 4 Faux Loc Tutorials
I’ve been natural all my life and have had locs since I was the time I was a baby. Read more of Aziza’s Loc Hairstory…
Twists, dreadlocks (locs), Afros and braids seem to be the target of discrimination once again but this time from the US Army.
Locs are one of the most beautiful low maintenance natural hairstyles out there. However, you may not want the commitment of this semi-permanent hairstyle, so there is another option and no….it’s not loc extensions!
Faux locs can be achieved with stretched finger coils. Which isn’t too hard to believe that, finger coils are one way to start locs.
Dr. Yaba Blay, co-Director and Assistant Teaching Professor of Africana Studies at Drexel University, compiled letters of support and photos from women with dreadlocks for Tiana Parker, little girl sent home for dreads.
The Interlocking method of starting locs is an alternative to the more traditional palm rolling loc method. It is more ideal for a fine hair texture, an active lifestyle or scalp discomfort that requires frequent shampooing hair.
The Palm or Tool: Techniques For Starting and Maintaining Locs
Starting Locs Part 1: Palm RollingPalm rolling and Interlocking are the most common ways to start locs or dreadlocks. We will discuss these two loc methods and how to care for your hair once loc’d in two parts. The first part will describe palm rolling pros and cons.