Hair braiding has been the most enduring style in the African tradition which includes: cornrows, box braids, and plaits.There are a variety of hair braiding styles. If you’re looking for a dazzling dose of natural hair inspiration…
you’ve come to the right place. You’ll find  many unique styles we specialize in. African Hair braiding is the way to go to grow or protect your hair.

Locs or dreadlocks as they are commonly known as are matted coils of hair. because of the variety of different hair textures, various methods are used to encourage the formation A common misconception is that those who have dreadlocks do not wash their hair,but this is usually not the case.
Dreadlock care regimens require the wearer to wash their hair up to twice a week. If you are looking for information on how to do it right we hope to answer all your questions and provide you with consultation for selecting a style that compliments your features and lifestyle.
There was a time when celebrities were the only women who wore — or could afford to wear — hair weaves.Not anymore! Today, many women experiment with hair additions in every length, color and texture.
Instead of simply being a way to add inches and volume to your style, hair weaves have become a way to introduce variety to your style repertoire. Plus, there are some useful benefits to wearing hair weaves

Diverse natural styles for all occasions include double-strand twists, comb-coils twist, afro twist out, combination styles such as cornrows with double-strands, braids with flat twists — the options are endless. The longer your hair, the more style options are available.  
Natural styles can be created from one inch of hair to numerous inches there is a gorgeous style for every length. For more information Fill out our FREE consultation to Request an Appointment form  or give us a call (212) 244-2306
How Do I Keep My Locs Looking Good?

Do not add extra gel or heavy sprays; this will cause locks to loosen.

Cover locks at night with a silk or rayon scarf.

Tie hair with a cotton scarf if your perspire a lot, especially while exercising.

Do not wet or wash your hair in between salon visits (3 to 5 weeks).

In between salon visits, the scalp should be cleaned and conditioned by using a light astringent (Witch Hazel or Sea Breeze) on a cotton ball.

Rub on the scalp in the parts between the locks.

Use Locks N Chops Nubian Oil to replenish hair moisture, after cleansing hair and when needed.

Use Locks N Chops Therapeutic Oil for problem scalp (itchy & flaky dandruff…..Read more

Loc Extensions

Nails are important too
There are many reasons for why you may be considering lock extensions. Some simply want a longer hair style while maintaining they’re natural look, Some desire a more professional look while enhancing the strength of their hair while,  others may want to even out the length of an unusual hair cut they received prior to growing their hair out in preparation for getting/growing locks
For more information Fill out our FREE consultation form  or give us a call (212) 244-2306