This beauty is wearing nu loc crochet locs. In 14 inches.
HAIR TEXTURES 👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇 ___ 🔘Hair texture is defined as the degree of the circumference of the hair strand itself. Hair texture is classified by professionals as "coarse", "fine" or "medium". It is a great guide to determine what products to use and what hair regimen to follow. ___ 💠To determine hair texture start by taking a strand of hair and laying it flat on a table, preferable on a white surface. ___ 💠If the hair strand looks thick and appears to be textured then you have coarse hair. Coarse hair can be identified by a thick hair shaft. It has the widest and largest circumference of all the hair textures. Unlike thin or medium hair, coarse hair has all the three layers of of the hair shaft - cortex, cuticle and medulla. Coarse hair is always mistaken for thick hair. Thick hair is the hairs density, that is the number of hair follicles on the scalp. It is possible to have thin and coarse hair just like it is possible to have thick and fine hair. ___ 💠If you can barely see the hair or feel it between your fingertips, then you have fine hair. Fine hair strands are smaller in diameter compared to coarse strands. It is not the same as having thin hair (thin hair refers to the hairs density or how close the individual strands of hair are to each other.). ___ 💠If the hair is somewhere in between then you have medium hair. Medium hair strands are neither too large or small in width. They are just the right diameter. Medium hair can also be either thick or thin in density. . . . . #naturalhairdoescare#4chairchicks#myhaircrush#teamnatural_#teamnatural#naturallyshesdope#berrycurly#kinkychicks#protectivestyles#voiceofhair#naturalhairloves#respectmyhair#unconditionedroots#afroliciouswomen#healthy_hair_journey#naturalhairstyles#hairnbeautydirectory#naturalhaircommunity#naturalhair#naturalhairbloggers#naturalhairspot#NH9JA
This the longest I ever kept my locs in😭the older they are, the better they look. I’m ready for a new color though😩