Passion Twists and Sister Locs Are Crochet Styles You Need To Try
Braids, locs and twist styles remain one of the most popular protective styles. Hair brands are keeping up with the trend by producing crochet options that mimic these styles. This summer, women were vacation ready in their crochet faux locs and box braids.
Naturalistas are always looking for new styles to try. Passion twists and sister locs are trending on social media and everyday women are trying these styles with their own spins.
Passion twists, when installed individually, can take up to 8 hours. Traditional sister locs take days to install and can only be removed by cutting your natural hair. Now, both of these styles can be achieved with crochet hair.
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The allure of sister locs is that they can be styled in the same ways as loose natural hair. The locs are tiny and dense so they provide versatility that larger locs do not. Crochet sister locs come in various lengths and styles. Adding additional packs of hair gives the style volume and flow. If you like sleek buns and conservative looks, use fewer packs of crochet hair. This style can last 8 weeks or longer because the locs look even more natural as they age.
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Can’t decide if you want a curly style or twists? Passion twists give the look and feel of both! Go for an island look with butt length twists and hair jewelry. You can also add in strands of curly crochet hair between twists to create a bohemian/mermaid look.
Passion twist crochet hair comes in a variety of colors but ombré and two-tone mixes are the most popular. If you want to change the look without spending additional money, simply untwist the passion twists for a big curly look. Maintain the curly style by installing four jumbo twists at night and secure in a satin bonnet.
Let us see your locs and passion twist crochet styles by tagging @tisunbeauty on Instagram!