With my B-Day coming up soon, I have been watching a few videos on Y-Tube about rocking freeform locs. Last year I combined most of my starter locs, and after a shampoo last night, I said to myself (in my head), “This really feels good. No latching, no gels, and just air-drying my hair!” (sorry, no pics at this time)
I will leave this sister’s YouTube link about Growing Free-Form Locs here: Mylaylay
I made my resolutions, and I kept one of them last year. My hair is growing, and I am currently rocking my 3rd lock set. (No pictures yet) Queenlocks will be moving soon to another city, state. I will continue to support sisters (and brothers) who are interested in locking their hair. I have a lot of work to do, so it might be spring 2018 before I post anything new to this blog. Due to a family emergency, I will be celebrating Dr. Martin L. King Jr. Holiday at home, reading his “I Have a Dream” speech.
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I do not get into who celebrates what with whom. All I will say at this point is have a wonderful holiday season. I will be making more hats, and taking more pics to post of my new loc journey. I look forward to the changes in 2017, 2018, and beyond.
Queenlocks are cultivated locs created by me, for women who want to lock their hair. They come in 3 standard sizes: Large (approx. 50 – 70 Locs), Medium (75 – 100 Locs), and Small (150 – 200 Locs).
I made up my mind. A new journey, and I hope to help others who want to lock their hair, and I already encouraged a sister to lock her hair again! 🙂
Just a few crowns/tams I made during the summer.