As a little girl I grew up wearing my natural hair, but I wanted to try perms, weaves, braids etc. When I became a young woman and got married my husband told me about sisterlocks. I got tired of wearing fake hair and perms. I wanted to wear my own natural hair… read full hairstory here
In this video, I discuss the progress I have had in my locs thus far. View more of my Journey here.
Back in 2005 I began my loc journey it was a very spiritual transition in my life and in 2014 I was lead to part with my locs an take it back to my short natural. To give a little history when I was a young girl about 9 year old I remember being in the bathroom and combing out my super thick long puffy hair a balling in tear saying to my mom I want to cut it all off. My arms was tired and my was tired of combing to an she made it very clear from this point on your on your own. Read more
This video features my progress thus far after being loc’d for 6 months, as well as my updated retwist routine and my go-to style for this length.
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I started my natural hair journey in 1993/1994. I was into African consciousness and decided to do “the big chop”. I got a nice shape up and rocked an afro for a few years. I had wanted locs as a teenager, but knew that it was a special kind of commitment; Read more
As an adult, I had seen pictures of myself as a child with my hair in french braids. I only saw ponytails with bows or knocker balls when photos were professionally done. I inquired the reason so I asked my mother. She told me because my hair was so thick, that french braids were quick and last a long time. I remember as I was approaching my teenage years I wanted to do my own hair because of the french braid styles made me feel young. Read More
In this video, I discuss my night routine for my starter locs. I have listed the specific products here www.curlielocs.com/locs
In this video I discuss my 3 month locaversary, update as well as how I wash and re-twist my hair. I also go over the products I use which I have listed in detail here along with more photos and videos of my journey.