Happy Wrap It Wednesday!
Hair Wrapping has been around for decades. Wraps are worn for many reasons. To learn more about the history of “Hair Wrapping” see attached link.
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A new flexi is now available! After two years in the making it is finally here. This flexi grips and holds your tresses comfortably, it’s waterproof, flexible and comfortable! Flip the clip and you can either add more or less hair for different styles.
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Happy Wrap It Wednesday!!
It’s always a joy when someone decides to come home to Sisterlocks. Whenever someone embraces their natural hair and decides to embrace Sisterlocks we remind them that Sisterlocks is more of a lifestyle than a hairstyle. Wearers of Sisterlocks enjoy the freedom of no more combs, perms, flat irons, weaves, braids, extensions, hair picks, gels, pomades, etc. truly a lifestyle of freedom.
This triple knot style is super easy. Let’s style, part the hair into three sections, use an elastic to place the sections into ponytails. Divide the pony tails into two sections, braid each section, wrap the braids around the base of the ponytails, tuck ends under the elastics. Accesorize with your favorite Lilla Rose hair jewelry.
It’s Shampoo Time🕑
What did my consultant say about shampooing my newly established locks?
Guys Loves Locs…
On last week I established a young man’s “Brotherlocks!”Brotherlocks are larger than Sisterlocks because guys aren’t really into styling their hair. Women on the other hand are henceforth smaller locks are warranted. The care for Brotherlocks and Sisterlocks are the same. We encourage using the Sisterlocks starter shampoo as well as bundling and banding the new locks until they settle in. The settling in process may last from three months to a year depending on the client’s attention to the instructions given and the clients hair type.