Sexy Hair

With all this Sex in the City fever, we thought it time we addressed the topic of sexy hair. And, as we already know, besides being beautifully coiffed, sexy hair, on some level, really has to do with the attitude of the wearer. If a woman is feeling beautiful, conducting herself in a lovely manner and has her hair together too; now that’s what you call sexy! Whether you’re wearing luscious Locs, you’ve got it braided, twisted, weaved or you’re sporting a modern fro, you have to rock it with your love of you.

If you’re having some challenges in the sexy department, there’s a book out there entitled, The Orgasmic Diet. Reading this book and following the instructions can help you with libido, orgasms, incontinence and boost sexual self-esteem. Then you can be sexy in the city, the country, at the beach or anywhere else you’d like.

Don’t get me wrong, there’s a time and place for sexiness, but check your sexy radar and see if you’re on the screen. If you’re not, make some moves to get it where you want it to be. Check out our hair survey. In the meantime, email us, come in or call us and let us help you make your sexy hair dreams come true.

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12 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Dee on July 3, 2008 at 12:44 pm

    Hi,

    What kind of natural hairstyles are good for beach vacations and hold up well while swimming in the pool and ocean?

    Reply

    • Hi Dee,
      The styles that hold up best to being in the ocean are those done with synthetic hair. You could have Senegalese Twist with synthetic hair, single braids or cornrows. Synthetic hair is like tubberware, it doesn’t budge. Water doesn’t alter it.

      Reply

  2. Dear Dee,

    It really depends on the kind of look you want. If your hair is all natural and has a kinky texture you can have the option of Two Strand Twist or Single Braids with your own hair.

    Or if you want a straighter look then I would recommend Senegalese Twist with synthetic hair or Single braids with synthetic hair. The synthetic hair won’t change when exposed to the water.

    Reply

  3. Posted by Celie on July 7, 2008 at 3:13 pm

    Hi Anu,

    I’m french (sorry for my bad english) and I’m going to spend my holidays in New York. I would like to have the same asymetrical Bob than Rihanna : what is the price for this ?
    and what kind of natural hair can I use ?
    thanks a lot

    Reply

  4. Posted by Tarar on July 16, 2008 at 2:58 pm

    Hi.
    I have had my locs for about 9 months. My hair line seems to be receding and I am not sure why. I never pull my hair back or put it up because of this. Is there anything that you can recommend to stop this. My locs are starting to thin in the front only. Any recommendations would be deeply appreciated.
    Thank You…

    Reply

  5. Tarar,

    This sounds strange. Did you use to pull your hair back or put it up or style it in any way that would have caused this thinning? Whether or not you’ve done either, I recommend going to see a Dermatologist, preferably one who has experience with your hair type.

    Reply

    • Posted by Cello on May 11, 2009 at 1:37 pm

      Hi Anu,

      I was thinking about Freeze braids, but a slightly longer version– say medium length, past my ears but not quite to my shoulders. Is that possible? And if so, what is the longest my natural hair can be to achieve this look? At its longest point, my hair is about 5 inches.

      If this isn’t the best option for my hair, is there a type of twist that will give my hair a kinkier, more textured look and add some volume to my hairstyle?

      Thanks!

      Reply

      • Dear Cello,

        Based on everything you’ve said, you will have a totally different hairstyle, it won’t be Freeze braids. What makes Freeze braids the style that it is, is the fact that very little of the hair is braided only two inches or so. Then the rest of the hair is left out so that what you get to see is the texture of the extension. Once you braid the hair five inches or more, what you mostly see are braids. However, having your hair braided with the zig zag curl hair (hair used for Freeze braids) would give you a more textured look, it would just be a totally different look and style from what we call Freeze braids. Braiding it to the end of your 5 inches of hair, would prevent it from standing up in a ‘fro. If you’re cool with that, then it could be done.

        Other options for the more kinkier look you mentioned are the Kinky Combo, the Cotton Spiral Twist or the Baby Curl Twist.

        Reply

  6. Posted by Darlene on January 10, 2011 at 7:00 pm

    what kind of hair (name brand) can you use for the freeze braids.

    Reply

  7. Posted by Alice Hughes on February 23, 2011 at 12:47 pm

    Hi Anu,
    After growing and loveingly caring for my LOCS, they have thin to the point of all baldness in one spot and break off of the some longer pieces, I’m heartbroken but I’ve come to grips with cutting my hair and mind you the my hair at its longest is in the middle of my back. My problem is I can’t find any real cut styles for LOCS, can you help

    Reply

    • Dear Alice,
      I am sorry to hear about your Locs thinning. This is a natural occurrence with Locs that are as long as the ones you’ve got. That’s too much weight for the new growth at the scalp to support.

      In terms of images of cuts, I would not look for cuts with Locs. Instead, look at straight hair cuts and have your Stylist translate that to your Locs. Don’t look at the pictures as straight hair, look at them as a hair and a hair cut. You’ll have many more options this way.

      Best of luck to you.

      Reply

      • Posted by Alice Hughes on February 23, 2011 at 3:07 pm

        Thank you for your responses and I will do just that my stylist has encouraged me to look at the straight cuts and see my beautiful locs and I don’t have to cut them off, just for a whil releive that pressure of the weight. I feel so much better and I can be just as beautiful with a stylist cut.

        Sincerely,

        Thank You Next Step in Locs

        Alice Hughes

        Reply

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