Sisterlocks are superfine, but if you are considering, beginning, or caught in the thick of things, it is a good idea to shine the light on some myths, get some useful facts and best of all, get practical tips from Nu-Loc Natural Hair & Spa’s Master Loctician, and Certified SisterLoc Consultant, Finele Anderson.
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Let's begin. Shall we?
Right off the bat, a few pervading myths about sisterlocks are that
To that Finele says:
“Anything poses a threat to people who are not educated. Educate yourself in hair. That’s what people should do because if I don’t know the first thing about it, I would be afraid.” She looks through her hexagon frames as she parts a client’s hair. “Everything isn’t for everyone. It doesn’t mean you should do it. And, if you don’t take care of your hair, it will run away from you naturally.”
Well said, Finele!
Here are a few key considerations if you are thinking about getting sisterlocks:
Anderson also offered the following 13 tips on how to maintain sisterlocks:
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