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Hey Healthy Lockers!  A few end of the year updates!

Since September, I’v been working on creating two new products for you and upgrading my product labels.  I’ve also shared a company, F.L.O.W. Industry, that has incredible hair growth products where my clients, myself and now many of you, who were having hair thinning issues, are experiencing amazing hair growth results.  That makes me happy!

So since I’m in this really good mood, I’ve discounted just about everything on this site.  This will be the biggest and last FREE shipping promotion of this year (2016).  In January, we’ll get back on track with posts and webinars specific to locked hair care, loc issues & loc styling.  But for now, take advantage of the savings and free shipping promotions that I have for you.

Just about everything has been discounted and you’ll get free shipping on all purchases of $45 or more.  Use this special code during checkout:  

VLBLACKFRIDAY

I’ve been getting amazing responses from the new Sugar Shea Spa Oil that has been going out as a sample in the Healthy Hair Kit.   My clients, which are my first barometer in getting a feel on how a product will be received, have given the Honey Rose Water a definite ” Two Thumbs Up” – me too.  I have a very limited “sample” supply of these.  I will place a sample size in orders of $55 or more (while supplies lasts), along with a small sample of the Sugar Shea Spa Oil.  These two products will be available for purchase in the first week of January 2017.

Promotion Ends Monday, Dec 5, 2016 at 11:59 EST

 

Best Products For Natural & Locs

Best Products For Locs & Natural Hair!

 

Hey Healthy Lockers! Check out the video below…Scroll down!

Dry Locs

Dry Locs

My sister, Robin, was over today to help me with making products and loc jewelry, however, none of that got done.  Instead, I ended up “dry-conditioning”, grooming and accessorizing her traditional locs.  Dry-Conditioning is my system of loc products and loc maintenance that creates an environment of moisturization and conditioning for locs ‘between’ shampoos.  It can be done on dry or damp locs.  Robin has baby fine hair and her locs are 12 years old.

Over the years, Robin’s loc maintenance routine has been very basic.  She would go weeks without moisturizing or oiling her scalp and locs.  She chooses not to put too much of anything on her hair, because it breaks out her skin. Robin has learned over the years that she is extremely sensitive to many of the skin and hair care products on the market. So her routine would consist of shampooing her hair, twisting the roots while damp and that’s it.

So of course, this regimen has taken it’s toll on her locs.  She suffers from very dry locs and the bottom third of her loc, which was color-treated several years ago is super extremely dry.  So now, since she has moved back to Delaware…YEAH!!!, her locs are being treated to the Healthylocs System.   Her regimen includes dry-conditioning with the Ultimate Dry-Conditioning Formula and the Loc Luv Conditioning oil. I’ve had to make a

Ultimate Dry-Conditioning System

Ultimate Dry-Conditioning System

special “Loc Luv” conditioning oil for her because she is allergic to the aloe vera in the original formula.  Her locs literally transforms with the dry conditioning system.

So between grooming, laughing, eating, giggling and accessorizing Robin’s locs, time flew by and nothing else got done. This is the result of the quick grooming and loc accessorizing.  Check out the video below.  I’ll be bringing you more of Robin’s loc journey.  She has this quick-style bun that she does that is unique and attractive for those of you with long locs like hers.  Enjoy the video!

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FaceBook Fan Page is LIVE!

Hey Healthy Lockers…The Face Book Fan Page is finally live. There’s not much activity now, but that will soon change. The fan page will be an extension of the live broadcasts where you can continue to chat after the broadcasts and just anytime you want.  I will be checking and updating at least once a day.

I encourage all of you to “LIKE” the posts and absolutely feel free to upload your own pics and videos.  And if you have blogs, FaceBook profile pages or group pages, by all means share any of the content on your sites, Facebook “Walls”and pages.  If you do share my content, I would really appreciate it if you share the link back to this blog or the fan page.  Thanks in advance!

I realize that there are several very good and informative fanpages and groups related to locs and sisterlocks out there, however, my goal with this fanpage is to answer and respond to your questions and comments, not only with text but with video and photos when appropriate (you know “video” is my thing).  Keep in mind that most of these videos won’t be edited, but raw video footage from my iphone or flip camera. This will allow me to respond more quickly to your questions and concerns about your locs, instead of taking a lot of time to edit or having to wait for two weeks until the next live broadcast.

So it’s really going to be up to you to keep this fan page going with fresh content, photos and pics too!

Click on this banner to the left to go there now.  If it’s your first visit, you will be prompted to “LIKE” the page.  Once you do that, you’ll also see Part 2 of this video I’m about to share with you now.  It’s featuring “Tina”, my newest Sisterlocks client.  She’s on her consultation and sharing why she is going “From Wig To Sisterlocks”.  You’ll like it.  So check out this video below and then go to the fan page to see part 2.  You’ll discover my #1 secret to growing long, healthy and “SEXY” locs.  Enjoy!

Click Below To Be Taken To The Fan Page On Face Book!

http://www.FaceBook.com/VideoLockticianFanPage