“Black freedom is, in the words of Harlem Renaissance writer Ralph Ellison, a ‘gaudy illusion.’ Juneteenth is more illustrative of the enduring hope of an oppressed people than an observance of Black emancipation.” ~ Tamara Winfrey-Harris, Author
In celebration of Juneteenth, today I supported several black-owned businesses, indulged in self-care, checked in with loved ones, and spent time with my momma.
Retightening from today (nine pics above) was a fantastic way to take care of myself. 🥰
Hi! My name is Andi, and I welcome you to take this journey with me from the decision-making process to installation to the day-to-day reflections about my lifestyle transition to Sisterlocks. An educator by trade, coupled with a natural desire to candidly share through writing, this blog will offer you many visual stories, close-ups and personal revelations, and uninhibited reflections about my health, in general, and my hair, in particular. I am so very excited about how this particular natural hair transition, and I hope that my journey inspires you, in impactful ways, to consider a lifestyle transition that will help you grow into a rich, more colorful, self-aware woman.
Hi, Patricia! You would have to go to the official Sisterlocks website to find a consultant near where you live in NJ. My locks were established in Memphis, TN which is where I live. Best of luck on your journey and in finding a consultant in your area.
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