Loc style gallery

Looking for a style for that special occasion? Look no further. Loc’d Life has 5 styles here for that holiday party around the corner. Check out these festive creations….

IMG_3002Woven art<
Locs are woven together in a basketweave pattern at the crown and secured in a ponytail with a rubberband. (Take a section of locs at a time and wrap from one side to another. Do the same on the opposite side. That is the secret to the basketweave pattern.)

Locks BunFlat-twisted bun>
Locs are parted into sections and flat twisted towards the crown. Twists are secured with a small rubberband. The length is coiled into a bun and secured with a bobby pin. Repeat until all of the sections are coiled together into one group of coils at the back.

Long locs bun hairstyle

<Sideswept bun
Locs are flat twisted to the side and secured with rubberbands. The length is braided into a fishtail pattern at the nape and side.

Long locs updo hairstyleUpswept royalty>
Locs are made into a high ponytail at the crown. The length is twisted and secured with bobby pins on one side, covering the initial ponytail.

IMG_6965<Pin-curl bun
Locs are parted into two sections at the crown. The front half is sideswept into on curl and secured with pins. The back half is secured into a ponytail, with the length pinned into a circular bun.

Have fun with these styles!

gail1‘Till next time,
Gail Mitchell
Editor
Loc’d Life Magazine
http://www.locdlife.com

Don’t forget to get vols. 1 and 2 of our printed edition at http://www.magcloud.com/browse/issue/399285

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One thought on “Loc style gallery

  1. These styles are pretty. I personally don’t like updos on myself and I absolutely hate having my hair tugged and pulled to achieve a certain look. I do like curls and crinkles tho!

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