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My Sisterlocks Experience

Still in Love

My Sisterlocks experience has been going on for about 11 years now and am just as enamored with them now as I was back when I took the training in 2007.
I have always been one who enjoyed doing my own hair but it’s different now. Like its gone to a whole new level. What I noticed the most about having Sisterlocks™ is that doing my hair doesn’t feel like such a chore. It’s like a relief or something.

My Sisterlocks Experience

First, it doesn’t take nearly as long to get my hair to look like something. While my staple hairdo at the moment is medium tight curls, there are days when I just let it go. What that means is that I will just sleep on my hair without rolling or braiding it up, or even covering it for that matter.
While I usually advise against the above – one should “close” the hair down at night, there are days on the weekends or an off day here and there that it just don’t happen. After a long day I’m ready to meet my bed. And not doing that seems to work out most of the time because in the morning when I look in the mirror I still got enough bend in my hair to be acceptable to me.
So why do I usually recommend to close your hair down at night? Welp it so that the outer layer (also known as the cuticle of the hair) can lay down. The hair will not be tossed around while you sleep which is what lends itself to the frizzy look.
One word of caution here when tying the hair down is not to tie the scarf too tight around those delicate edges.
So back to my fascination with Sisterlocks™. I can go on and on about this but what also special about Sisterlocks™ is the fly way they make me feel. Like a cozy blanket or something. I’m beaming more so than any other hair style I have worn. Not to mention the shift I see in my clients! They come in one way for the Sisterlocks Installation session and leave out well “lifted”.
Well that’s my Sisterlocks™ musing for now.
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