Today I would like to share some information with you about my hair. I started wearing locs in the summer of 2006. My mother, Isis, started my locs and coined them Isis locs. They are very small locs started from a braiding and interlocking technique. I have had my locs for what seems like ages now and I love them. It was extremely difficult for me to get into the swing of having the same hairstyle everyday but once I realized the versatility of my hair I have grown to absolutely love my hair. I tie it up at night. I wash it. I groom it. I go! Currently I am having a tough time tightening my hair as I do every month for about two weeks. It is difficult to tighten 485 locs all by oneself but each month I get through it! I have found many products and accessories to use to aide in my loc wearing process which I will share with you along this journey. For now I have some photos to share with you to show the progression of my hair from start to now. Enjoy! ~SistersofIsis~
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