If you can relate, it’s time to Press The Reset Button. Let me explain.
My name is Kamaria, but you can call me Kay.
I started my natural hair journey in 1996.
And waaaay before corporate America accepted the beautiful hair that naturally comes out of our heads. Our God-given HAIRitage.
Back then, the only hair guide I had was Lauryn Hill.
More than just inspiring us to not wear “hair weaves like Europeans,” she helped a new generation of women embrace their natural hair.
But at the time, most of us didn’t know how to take care of our natural hair. And good dreadlock maintenance was unheard of.
From press and curls to relaxers, caring for our natural hair wasn’t really on our radar. We were left much to our own devices when we started our natural hair journeys, stumbling and fumbling through trying to figure this thing out.
Much less have access to styles and accessories for dreadlocks.
I know what it’s like to search and find NOTHING that helps you feel comfortable and confident in your locs.
Not just at work either...
My own family told me I wouldn’t be able to get a job wearing my hair in its natural state.
So do you think I found hair care companies to support me?
Not in the mid 90s.
And that led me to creating Loccessories, a resource to help you be bold, confident, and 100% unapologetic in your beautiful kinky, curly textured tresses.
But even today, over 20 years later...
You can still count on less than two hands how many dreadlock specific products are available!
Nobody wants dry, dirty locs that break and fall out, and you also don’t want to walk around with ashy hair from product build up.
And that’s where pressing the reset button with your own At-Home Loc Detox & Spa Treatment comes in...
When you’re on this journey long enough, you reach that moment where you realize all these products you think are helping you lock your hair can actually hinder your locking process.
All the gels, the waxes, the butters, the creams...
They leave behind gunk in your locs, weaken your hair and attract dirt, lint, and bad odors.
So what do you do?