I choose to wear this headwrap to make a bold statement, it took my look from blah to bomb
This Loc and headwrap tutorial was very quick and easy. It took a max of 4 minutes to complete this look.
Many women choose to wear head wraps because they’re one of the most practical, versatile, and functional accessories of all time. A woman might reach for a head wrap:
♡ dealing with hair loss due to health challenges such as alopecia, cancer, and chemotherapy.
♡ protecting hair from harsh weather and climates
♡keeping hair out the face during a workout, gardening, chores, traveling, etc.
♡ disguising a bad hair dayto signify mourningsaving a blowout or other new hairdo
♡ keeping a protective style fresh protecting her hair while sleeping
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.
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
As if finding a job in corporate America isn’t difficult enough for Black men and women, a federal court has ruled that natural hair is grounds to be discriminated against. A suit was filed on behalf of Chastity Jones, a Black applicant who applied for a customer service representative position at Catastrophe Management Solutions in 2010. Court documents show that Jones was hired but the company rescinded their offer when she refused to cut her dreadlocks.
The applicant was informed by human resources manager Jeannie Wilson that her hairstyle was in violation of the organization’s grooming policy which states, “All personnel are expected to be dressed and groomed in a manner that projects a professional and businesslike image while adhering to company and industry standards and/or guidelines. . . . [H]airstyle should reflect a business/professional image. No excessive hairstyles or unusual colors are acceptable[.]” EEOC argued that banning dreadlocks in the workplace constitutes racial discrimination because “dreadlocks are a manner of wearing the hair that is physiologically and culturally associated with people of African descent.” The judge in this case obviously disagreed. The fact that natural hair is still under fire, and furthermore is being made grounds for legal discrimination is unacceptable. Hopefully once this case goes to appeal, this ruling is overturned, and that all natural hair is deemed acceptable for office.
Now this is some first class bs. Its things like that make it hard to believe its 2016. I have locs and i LOVE THEM. I would never support a business with these ridiculous policies. Let us BE FREE!