Holiday Loc Hairstyle Inspiration: Christmas

Wednesday, December 05, 2018


Tis the season for festive party dresses and cheer, here is a little holiday hair inspiration to pair with that fierce dress.

Aieshatae is a Natural Hair Consultant with a talent or creating beautiful and simple styles. 




This wedding look is especially beautiful.




Franchesca Ramsey had a big chop recently but her hairstyles are among my favorite still.

She gets her hair done in NYC at Nappstar Loc Specialty Salon.







I'm definitely team high bun, it is simple, classic and beautiful!


The gorgeous LyzaDora.



From Lea.



Patience Edet is always serving us looks.



Abidemi Komolafe's braid-out's are among the most beautiful I have ever seen. You can't go wrong with this hair style.



An elaborate and timeless look on Miss Rii.




A simple side sweep style for baby locs on Danielle 'Danni' Finney.





A simple and fun look on Kori.



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Flexi Rod Tutorial for Locs

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Lea Goldsmith has blessed us with a glorious flexi rod tutorial on Sisterlocks just in time for some holiday hair inspiration.

See full video below:


Here are some great beauty tool options

Multi-size pack (use larger in back and smaller in front if you can't find flexi rods that are all the same size)
Bonnet Hood Hair Dryer Attachment  (similar to what Lea used in the video)


Beautiful Moments

Friday, November 16, 2018
Malik by Christian Cody

My favorite captures this week from around the web.

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Ghana


helmut lang spring/summer 2018

By Their Fruits Shot by @sethnocentric
@yawamoakogh @justinspio

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Preparing Your Locs for Winter

Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Winter is coming. Time to prepare for it with the right tools and loc care habits.

The Tools

Prepare your winter arsenal with the right tools.
  1. Encourages hair growth by invigorating the hair follicles with the bristles of the brush, thus increasing blood flow and oxygen to the scalp.
  2. Discourages build up by removing oils trapped in your locs that can be magnets for lint. For already trapped lint, loc brushing can help dislodge it. It can also dislodge dead skin cells (dandruff), and other buildup that may have become trapped inside your locs.
  3. Minimizes dry and frizzy locs. Frizz can be an indication of a lack of moisture, you can combat this via loc brushing because it can help distribute your natural oils from your scalp to the tips of your locs, hydrating the locs while taming any frizzy hairs in the process.

To help remove dirt, build up, or lint from your locs, dry brushing is a great solution.
Also,  wait until buds on the ends and locs are in the teenage phase before you start loc brushing.

  • Silk lined caps- wear beneath wool and other winter caps to protect against lint and drying our your locs.
  • Hair Dryer and Steamer- The dryer to prevent hair staying wet all day and risking mold and steamer for those mornings where you have more time and you want to imbue a bit more moisture into your locs. 
The Right Products & Routine
The right products and routine will help prevent dry winter hair.
  • Consider making an Herbal Hair Rinse part of your routine to strengthen your hair and combat dryness in both your hair and scalp during those dry months.
  • Incorporate essential oils and create some DIY recipes or try one of my two favorites
                  - The magical Ancient Greek Oil Mix (it comes in a convenient spray bottle)
                 - Camille Rose Nibs & Honey - Ultimate Growth Serum (it has a easy to use nozzle top perfect for scalp oiling.
Only use oil sparingly on wet locs to seal in moisture.

Do you have any winter routines that keep your locs healthy through those chilly months, please share in the comment below.



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When I'm not working crazy hours for my corporate finance gig, I'm toiling away as an evening entrepreneur and making random hair and skin care products from scratch. I started Sisterlocked.com in 2010 to chronicle my natural hair journey and it has grown into so much more.
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