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Modish and classy in Locs


Looking for a bold and edgy hairdo to wear? Then look no further. Dreadlocks, also known as dreads or locs, are in vogue especially for ladies who want to wear a new look away from the usual hairdo.

Before, dreads became a symbol of Rastafarian movement and are usually linked with reggae culture in music. This hairstyle comprises of tiny patterns of hairlines, which are tied in different numbers. The medium and long hair is assumed for this style, which is shortened almost twofold after the styling.

The black women’s dreadlocks belong to the most ethnic and original looks. This hairstyle not only presents another way of fixing hair, but also it mirrors individuality. The black women with weaves or perms alter the natural texture of the hair to get a new, real and stylish look, creating a unique direction in fashion.

The nice thing about of locs is that you can create unique styles like twisted dreadlocks, dreadlock mohawk, half-up dreadlock, dreadlock high, curly dreadlocks, wavy dreadlocks, dreadlocks short bob and so on. Locs are traditionally regarded to be a black hairstyle, as they work well with dry and frizzy black hair type.

Celebrities like Kate Henshaw, Omoni Oboli, Lilian Amah and others have been seen rocking locs. Ladies of style use an array of techniques to make their dreadlocks unique by embellishing them with jewels, dye hair in unexpected colours or curl locks into cute ringlets. You can also accessorise with a lovely headband.

However, to be well groomed and refined in this different look and maintain your dreadlocks for a long time, getting a good stylist who will provide an important care for this hairstyle is paramount. The length of the dreads depends on your preferences, but this hairstyle is a really nice one and isn’t a bad idea to rock it.

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