Started these locks 18 months ago. They were the shortest locks I have ever started, today was a second tidy-up. Seeing how much they’ve grown and matured is amazing.
Started these locks about 18 months ago. We took a risk, hair very fine and thin, I won’t get involved with extentions, am confident they are unnecessary. 18 months of patience with the maturing journey, locks are naturally thickening and beginning to feel like a human mane of strength.
This is what they looked like, fresh locks April 2015.
Absolutely loved locking these today, been ages since I’ve done a fresh head of locks. lovely person too, had the best weekend.
Just washed them, they feel lovely. Tomorrow, I’ll do some maintenance, parting, matt roots and hand rolling. I’ll do them all again just before the festive break, when I’ll spend time tidying them up.
Locked these back in July this year, this is the first tidy-up. They’re looking fab and maturing extremely well.
Makes me happy when a locked head would like to learn how to maintain their own locks. Happy to share the skill, after all, that’s what’s encouraged in yoga philosophy, known as svatantra.
This was a tidy-up of existing locks and locking new. Required only partial so made sure new were in a row and sectioned so that more could be added in the future.
Ickle baby locks and the beautiful silver grey hair makes these locks unique.
Had to lock some together as the section bases were to thin. Good day talking about life, love and universe. We had much in common.
Fabulous day spent tidying these locks. A spirit that cares about their world, we talked and talked and laughed. Feeling blessed