Tuesday, October 09, 2007

Wrap-A-Lock IV

Pic of my three week old Wrap-a-Lock style and I have to wash now because cleaning my scalp with astringent can only do so much for me. Otherwise, my curls would last a lot longer.

Included is my recent Wrap-A-Lock install. When she saw my wrapped locs she immediately ordered her packages of Wrap-A-Locks because she knew she wanted to wear hers for a while before taking them down.

Talk about confidence, she is a Director working in Corporate America and would be attending a meeting the next morning, with her Wrap-A-Lock tools. How cool is that?

I forgot to take her before pic (I know) but here's what we did with her five year old Sisterlocks:

1. She has 10-11 inches
2. We used 6 packages (120) of Medium length Wrap-A-Lock tools on her 360 Sisterlocks
3. I wrapped 2 -3 locks on each Wrap-A-Lock Tool using foam mousse

It took her a couple of days getting used to the short length but other than that, she was very pleased with the finished product.

I hope to see her soon so I can get a pic of her take down. It's a process and because she chose to keep the wraps in I had to show her how to take them out so her curl would be the way it was designed by Sis Nandi. More to come on her take down results...

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13 comments:

Meikmeika said...

Very lovely!!!

Tra said...

Girlfriend you really pick up this kind of thing fast! She looks really cute with that sassy short look. I definitely want to see her take down.

BTW the lady that I sent to you for a twist set is actually letting her perm grow out all the way. I am so proud of her. She really liked the way you did her hair. She is having it braided to get through the transition.

efflorescent said...

Very pretty :) Could you post the link for the Wrap-A-Locks?

Thanks,

efflorescent said...

Never mind, I think I may have found out by reading down further in your blog. Thanks:) I read about something similiar to this on nappturality.

Cluizel said...

Pretty! I saw the tools at the Philly lock conference but I am too lazy to do it right now :-)

Those curls are still gorgeous after 3 weeks!

Carmen In NC said...

How sweet. Thanks for sharing.

Lakia said...

I went to the wrap a lock website, I love the way the tight curls come out. Very Pretty!!

n'Drea said...

Gorgeous! Would like to try those one day.

funmi said...

OOOh nice. I am so behind on blog readings, I feel like I have been living on another planet:) I need to look into this wrap a lock styling method. It may be just what I need to give me a fresh new look :)

Linda said...

These are really cute. This just goes to show how much SL's allow you to change up the look. I will have to check these out or find someone who can do them for me. By the way, I saw your daughter's vocal performance on your blog. That young lady has a beautiful voice!!! It's a blessing she has a safe place like the church to showcase it. Blessings to you and the other youth leaders at your church for all of your work with the young people in your area. I know first hand that it is not always easy work.

Naturally Sophia said...

Pretty. I like the color on her too. I want to see her take them down also.

Renea said...

I haven't been to your blog in awhile. But after you posted about Wrap-A-Locs, I tried them too and really liked the results. Today is my 22nd day of curls. It's time for a wash!

Anonymous said...

Can anyone tell me where I can purchase the wrap a lock tools? Thank you