An Afrocentric Style For Medium Length Locs

Peace. As I adapt to the many stages of my locs , I knew I was bound to make a few changes in my maintenance routine. I’ve been on my loc journey for three years and I’ve made a LOT of changes here and there. Im caring for it more now than ever before and I LOVE the untwisted look.

Okay, I did my first ever real braid and it was on camera. The whole process and the results of that style are below. To maintain this look I pull eveything into a ponytail while the braid is still in and cover my locs with a scarf.

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5 Products To NEVER Use On Locs

The common mistakes that are made with locs include: improper partings, weak foundations, poor product choices, and too much manipulation. Of these common mistakes, poor product choices are the most detrimental because they can lead to scalp issues, build-up, breakage,  and thinning of locs. Did you know that product mistakes made in the beginning or early stages of your loc journey can take years to manifest into devastating problems, some of which require the damage to be cut out.Think about all those years of growth thrown away. Literally.

My goal is to help you keep your locs strong , long , healthly and flourishing

This video was made with you in mind. Peep it below

From Hot Mess to DOPE AF

New Color…. Who Dis?!

So there’s a saying among many that when a woman changes her hair length, style, or color.. a big change in her life is near. A new relationship. Getting out of a bad relationship. A new job. A new school. There is something about being able to change the way you look that reinvigorates you and makes you happy.

It first took one year for me to color my locs and I have been using permanent color that entire time. The bleach scares me.  First it was a auburn, then red and now it is a tangerine blonde. I bleach once a year.