Thinking about getting locs? Well, you should because they are beautiful, regal and just as easy to maintain as loose natural hair.
Some are unaware of the differences in types of locs a person can wear and just how versatile they actually are. Whether you allow them to form on their own, guide them, rock them big or small, locs are an amazing path for natural healthy hair. One of the increasing popular looks many women are beginning to rock now are the lovingly sexy Sisterlocks.
What are Sisterlocks?
Sisterlocks are very similar to traditional locs as they are both using locking methods which allow the natural hairs to mat and form locs.
They differ because a precision parting grid and tool are used and are increasing popular take on traditional locs. The style was created by Dr. JoAnne Cornwell and they are very tiny, uniform and can take a considerably long time to install.
Many are attracted to them because they are more versatile than traditional locs for styling. This is due to their small size which makes it easier to style just like loose natural hair.
You can twist them, curl them, braid, cornrow, color and design them into intricate styles that are harder to achieve with traditional locs. They are beautiful and popular but a trained technician is needed to install them and re-tighten them.
They can be extremely pricey for the installation and the re-tightening that can be from once a month to every six weeks.
They do take a long time to install and to re-tighten but most Sisterlocks wearers are extremely happy with their hair and wouldn’t have it any other way.
If you are seriously thinking about getting them or just love to follow some lovely women who rock them well, then check out our gallery of the 10 top women you need to be following with Sisterlocks:
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