Sisterlocks: Go with natural hair styling techniques

So, you saw someone with wonderful and fashionable Sisterlocks the other day, and now this natural hairstyle is on your radar. You’re probably thinking what they’re all about and if you should get them. Setting up this style is a major investment, so it is advisable to get as many details as you can.

It is like no other natural hairstyle, and it might even be difficult to identify them. Some say they look like microlocs, and others say they look like microbraids.

What actually they are?

Sisterlocks are small, stylish locks that are formed using an interlocking technique. Interlocking is where you use something to make the locks instead of using a hand move or a two-strand twisting technique.

Who designed sisterlocks?

The lady who designed Sisterlocks is an African American Studies professor known as Dr JoAnne Cornwell. She wished to give a way for black females to do their hair in a way that didn’t include the use of chemicals or extensions. Wondering how to do styling yourself? You can’t.

The brand is trademarked and protected under a patent, so you need to book an appointment with a certified hairstyle advisor if you want these particular locks.

There are so many Sisterlocks hair-styles you can do because the locks are small and flexible. Sisterlocks on short hair look awesome, and you can even do Sisterlocks on twa (teeny weeny afro). If you don’t have long hair, you could opt for hair extensions until you’re able to grow your hair to get the real deal.

African American women are the most fortunate when it comes to the availability of hair-styles, because of their hair type and texture there is a veritable buffet of choices. It is is a wonderful natural hairstyle. For the set up it requires money, time and dedication and re-tightening procedures. The hairstyle is flexible and could be the end of all bad hair days.