Why We Love Goddess Locs!
Goddess locs inspired by Meagan Good surfaced in the hair world a few months back. The style was done by Dr. Kari Williams in L.A and has taken naturalistas breath away! They are the bohemian, laid back sister to the protective style, Faux locs. Faux locs have contained, sometimes burned ends, while the goddess locs are more free flowing half done look on the ends. Faux locs are a great way to experiment with dreadlocks before making the commitment.
TIPS FOR GREAT GODDESS LOCS:
- If you want your locs to last longer use human braiding hair for the curly ends instead of kankelon hair
- Two strand twist your real hair first then braid in the curly hair to the ends.
- Tie your hair up with a silk scarf every night. (should at least last 3 months)
- You can wash and condition your hair with the locs in your hair.
- Use the L.O.C method to prepare your hair for the extensions.
- If you are doing them yourself start around the hairline first and then fill in the center so you can pull the unfinished part in a bun while you are working on them so you don’t look crazy if you need to run out and do errands.
- Prepare for about 2-5 days process to install if you are doing them by yourself. wear your hair out
- Depending on the length and thickness of your hair budget for about 8-12 packs of hair.
How To Get The Look:
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