#TGIF #ItsTheWeekendBaby #PhotoShootModeActivated #Locitude #HairHowTo #LocsAndAttitude #LocWorkshop #ComingSoon #OkReadBelow.
I'm obviously excited, payments for my shipment on brand new dada products stock has finally gone through (It is not easy to be a Nigerian #That'sAll), now waiting for the products to get here. I hope it doesn't take forever. I found this FREE accounting app called waves app, which is helping keep my spend together. I usually get excited when I learn new stuff, so yaaaayi. Seems this hobby is becoming a business sooner than I imagined. Sorry back to the Loc loop Tutorial...
|Step 1: Select two strands of locs close to each other.|
(You can use only one strand of loc only or 3-4 depending on how thick your locs are)
|Step 2: Take the ends of your strands, fold them towards the roots|
making a loop
|Step 3: Fasten the base of the loop with a tiny rubber band. Make sure it's not too tight.|
|Step 4: Style to your taste using hair pins.|
|4 Easy steps to loc loops.|
This post has actually been sitting in my draft since last Friday X_X. #ThankGodit'sAnotherFriday #TGIAF. I'm actually home resting, recovering from a flu and probably stress. The photoshoot was much fun, but I think the results can be better, so planning a reshoot. The products got in much faster than I expected. To see the full range of what the Locitude has in stock, visit TheLocitude.com and click on products.
More on the The Loc Workshop and Stylist Competition coming in a few days. The Magazine is also coming in October and watch this space for Product reviews of the Jamaican Mango & Lime products, Aunty Angela's Homemade coconut oil, Mamado essential oils and more which the Locitude carries.
#HaveAGreatWeekend #OkBye #InTheMoodForHashTags.
Your Loc Head,