Back to my Roots! A Ghanaian Sisterlocks journey
Yes there are sisterlock weaerers in Ghana! This blog shares my experiences and those of some of my clients and other natural hair fanatics in our part of the world.
Friday, November 05, 2010
Saturday, April 03, 2010
Easter 2010, still growing...
Amba was in Ghana for a wonderful week to help celebrate our mother's birthday. It was great to see her and i love her new head of sisterlocks, reminds me of the days when i started mine. We took some hair shots together to show how with patience and time (7.5 years) you really can get from there(L) to here (R)!
Monday, March 15, 2010
My goodness, its been a couple of years since I last posted anything! My sisterlocks are still growing though. Click through on the heading to Ofo's Sisterlock Diary and take a look(I'm on the right) at some more photos. More pics of me and my lovely 3 year old with sisterlocks coming soon.....
Friday, January 11, 2008
Afrihyia pa (Happy 2008)
Afrihyia pa (means may another year come back to meet you in my language) Here I am in Atlanta with my twin Amba and family after a marvelous Christmas. Well Amba tightened (and coloured!) my hair and my brother-in-law took some wonderful photos of us, so feelin' cute, I am keeping one of my new year's resolutions to keep this blog more up to date with new photos...enjoy!
Friday, September 28, 2007
Mature and maturing locks
Here are two photos of my clients (and good friends!) showing how beautiful locks are in all their rich diversity, as they mature.. Akos, on the extreme right in the bottom photo, has MASSES of hair and it is taking a while for her sisterlocks to condense. She was about about fourteen months locked in this photo. Aj and Abby (L to R) have traditional locks which they've been wearing for about four and two years respectively.
Wednesday, September 12, 2007
I love my sisterlocks!
Thursday, September 06, 2007
Weddings and Babies
Its been ages since I last posted anything! I've been busy taking care of my new baby girl Kukua since January this year and recently attending a spate of weddings. That's my mother on the bottom and Miss Koo and I! My hair has grown quite a bit this year and the orange has faded to a dull bronze colour that I prefer-I never quite got round to doing a rinse! Next time I colour though I think I will see a professional.