What are Sisterlocks?
Sisterlocks are thinner dreadlocks, which you can styles just like your own natural hair. The thin locks have become a popular trend as the best choice for protective styles for African women.
Embarking on the journey of starting Sisterlocks, a natural hair locking technique, is an empowering and transformative experience. In this article, we'll guide you through the steps to begin Sisterlocks on your own. From understanding the basics of the technique to providing practical tips and insights, discover the freedom and confidence that come with taking control of your natural hair journey. Get ready to embrace a new chapter in your personal hair care routine as we delve into the art of starting Sisterlocks at home.
The difference between Sisterlocks and common Traditional dreadlocks
Traditional dreadlocks are a usually done by using a variety of methods which include crotchet technique, coiling, twisting, or palm-rolling. Traditional Dreadlocks are generally thicker and are formed at the root of your hair.
Sisterlocks are very thin and are a bit more intricate to install than traditional dreadlocks. they are installed using much smaller portions of your hair, with a special tool that builds the lock from your ends to your roots. Unlike traditional locks, no product is used for making sisterlocks.
Advantages of Sisterlocks
Many naturalists are opting for Sisterlocks as a long-term protective style because they are a versatile natural hairstyle option. You can braid, roller set, color sisterlocks, giving you free rein to style you hair with various styles and hair colour trends.
How much does it cost to get the Sisterlocks hairstyle?
Typically, sisterlocks can cost you anywhere between R850 and R1,500 in South Africa, but this can vary by location. However, pricing should not be the deciding factor when you are trying to get this hairstyle. It’s important to find a professional to ensure that you get your desired results.
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