First off, a prayer, or ten, or more, for the people of Japan, and their families all around the world. Pray for their safety, their survival, and for their courage and for their strength through these times.
Second, I hope y'all are doing great. Really. I hope you are all healthy and getting by well. I'm awesome, but not really enjoying the hot weather. I'm a sucker for grey skies and wet roads, except on days when my laundry needs to dry, and when I am next to a beach. A beach.....sigh....
Third, it's been a while since I showed some love to locks. A friend of mine who literally went from curly fro to locks over night, without any wax or honey ....just basically free forming....told me she doesn't call them "dread" locks, because it originated from "The colonialists" referring to African hair as "Dreadful locks". Well, these are anything BUT dreadful. Shout out to my mum, who has beautiful locks, almost all the way down to her back.
|My mother, acting all gangsta!|
|Those earrings. Sigh...|
|Love the styling. Very reminiscent of the 50's. Somehow.....maybe its the jewelery and the top. Oh wait! This is also a faux hawk! Sweet.|
|Beautiful...the hair, the face, the jewelery. Everything, Nice. :-D|
|You can never run out of ways to style locks. Let no one ever say they are unkempt.|
|Or not office worthy.|
|The colour is absolutely gorgeous. So is the neck piece.|
|Yowzer! The colour in the hair, and the colour on the hat.....go fantastically together.|
|More yowzer. The lady here is the same one below.|
|Yup....mid thigh length hair. She's also in the picture below.|
|Dude's got nice locks on him too.|
So maybe one day, I shall jump onto this locks bandwagon too.
I love my little, growing fro to much. Plus people mistake me for my mum enough as it is.