Sisterlocks Pros Or Cons- Is The Price Worth It?

Pros and cons of sisterlocks

One of your biggest decisions is choosing what to do with your hair. Sisterlocks are an expensive and long-term commitment that is why weighing the Sisterlocks pros and cons is an important step. Unlike dreadlocks, you can not install Sisterlocks at home or consider it a temporary style. But understand the process and adapt to … Read more

Is Sisterlocks Good For Thinning Hair?

Sisterlocks Thinning fix

Noticing your hair thinning is a very stressful experience. There are many reasons for hair thinning these include aging, hereditary, diet, etc. If you are experiencing hair thinning and would like to have sisterlocks, then talk to a consultant who is familiar with this topic. However, sisterlocks are one of the best dreadlocks to get— … Read more

Sisterlocks Tips-Here’s What You Need To Know

Sisterlock process

Sisterlocks is a hairstyle where a Sisterlocks consultant locks your hair in a specific pattern using a small tool that creates that pattern. They are created using no wax or styling gel because African- American has texture hair which allows the patterns to stay. The pattern allows hair to lock and touch up is required … Read more

What Shampoo Is Good For Sisterlocks?-Plus Alternatives

What Shampoo Is Good For Sisterlocks?-Plus Alternatives

Sisterlocks is the most expensive locs to maintained, the price for installation ranges from $600 to $1000 depending on the loctician. However, it’s one of the most versatile dreadlocks you can install in your hair because it is easy to style. At the beginning of your starter locs journey you should use the sisterlock starter … Read more

What’s the Difference Between Sisterlocks And Microlocs?

What’s the Difference Between Sisterlocks And Microlocs?

With microlocs anyone can achieve this look, as long as you know how to two-strand twist, the interwoven technique from the tip to the root or braid your hair. It is easy to do at home, but it is very time-consuming. While some people with micro locs call them sisterlocks, it’s not the same. There … Read more