With colder temperatures we’re inclined to wear shawls sweaters and hats to keep warm. Be mindful of winter wear that sheds exessively, many of the fibers can become embedded in the locks. Protect your locks by wearing satin lined caps or scarves with a low pile (yarn count). Lilla Rose hair jewelry also helps keep our locks up and safe from winter wear that has looser fibers. Stay warm.
Micros definitely create the fullest look with Sisterlocks, when a Sister with micros walks in the room all heads turn in her direction. Micros are amazingly beautiful and easy to style, the tiny locks lend themselves to a myriad of styles. Up-dos, free styles and braid outs all look stunning with micros. Although they create the fullest look with Sisterlocks and style beautifully there are some cautions…Micros cost more because they take a lot more time to put in and maintain. Your regular appointments take much longer than for someone with average-size Sisterlocks and please don’t miss an appointment, if you do prepare to be in the chair much longer. When I think about retightening micros I have flashbacks of my Pre-Sisterlocks days where I would arrive at the salon on time for my appointments and not leave until hours later. Grooming and maintenance are also more involved as well. Finally, last but not least micros are more fragile and more prone to breakage than average-sized Sisterlocks. If you’re considering micro Sisterlocks keep the above information in mind and my best to you. Oh My!!! They are lovely, aren’t they?