Goddess locs are having a moment, have had a moment, and will probably have a moment for a long time. The hairstyle, which originated as a protective style, is so popular that people get them permanently installed. Read on to learn all about the origins of goddess locs and see how they’ve evolved over the years.
What is Goddess Locs?
Goddess locs are a type of faux loc style that leaves the last few inches of hair curled. Inspired by Lisa Bonet’s natural locs and popularized as a protective style by trichologist Dr. Kari Williams, goddess locs have a more bohemian feel to them compared to traditional loc styles.
Below are our favorite goddess locs hairstyles.
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#1 Updo Style
This updo really shows off what makes the goddess locs so unique, the curly ends. We are also really into color.
Let’s give it up for these sensational premises. We don’t know what we love more, the color, the length or the bright accessories that pop up.
#3 Completely natural
We love how natural Skai Jackson’s locks look. The actress looks perfect in the style.
#4 Added curls
We love the extra curls added to the crown of the head. It gives the tresses an even more bohemian look.
#5 Effortlessly cool
The effortless look of these goddess locs is on another level. The use of human hair and loctitian’s technique really makes the style look natural.
#6 Butterfly Locs
We love stylists showing their creativity and creating different loc styles. These butterflies are unique because of their length and texture. Now we want shorter locations.
#7 Lots of length
This installation gives Rapunzel Earth Goddess and now we want long locations.
#8 Space Buns
The length, the color, the style. How cool are these goddess locs? We are in love.
#9 Bold blue
A little fuss for this style right here – the parts, the curly installation, the color. Yes to everything.