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Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Qualified to do sisterlocks??? 6th Install

This is really a two part post. First I want to chime in on the fact that not everyone that say they "do sisterlocks" does sisterlocks (TM). My new client came to me after she had what she thought was sisterlocks.

When getting sisterlocks, or even thinking about sisterlocks... we must always do our RESEARCH! And I can not express the fact that the sisterlocks Web site is the first place to go to do your research. A certified consultant or qualified trainee can be found on the site, and there are a lot of pictures and even a Q and A.

My 6th install was actaully a referral from another client that I installed. The young lady had these installed in Jamaica in August. She is also transitioning from a perm.

She took down what was in her hair, and I then worked my magic on the two day install. I cut 1/2 inch of perm off, and hope to transition her within the next two to three months. Some of the hair on her sides were broken off from perms and braids, if this is temporary hair loss, I will then lock the hair as time passes. I will be posting a lot on this client to show her progress over time. I even did a roller set for her to give it some style!

Below are before and after photos...




Lynneedee said...

Hi Lakia.

I've been watching your work since you qualified as a Sisterlocks consultant. I really like your work and I can see you are a professional, but I have to say i think you've worked wonders with this latest client. Beautiful!
I'm sure the client was really pleased!
I wish you were in the UK!

Lyn x

V @ Locks-N-Motion said...

You have done it again Lakia, awesome job!

I'm sure your client was really happy and made at ease.

dewdrop said...

You saved the day! When I had fake sls installed by a trainee from the sl website, she did an even worse job than what your client experienced. I'm glad that you were able to bless her with what she truly desired, a brand new and better set of locs. Kudos!