Photo Courtesy of Keisha Charmaine

Locs are by no means new to the natural hair community, but they don’t always get the exposure that they deserve. Locs are beautiful and come in many different forms just like loose hair. Locs are gorgeous and the women that rock them are too. Whether you are considering getting locs, sisterlocks, freeform locs, or looking for inspiration, we have got you covered. We searched Instagram for the best Instagrammers that you should be following for loc care, styling, and inspiration. 


Miss Rii is a Washington DC native born and raised who currently resides in Charlotte, North Carolina. She has been natural and loc’d for 13 years. She also shares all things beauty, lifestyle, and hair on her blog


Dbellalocs visually shares her loc journey on Instagram. Considering hair color? Follow her for for tips on caring for colored-treated locs.


Denise is a loc enthusiast. She has a YouTube channel where she shares tips on how she maintains her waist-length locs. Go check it out.


Joy Marilie is also a YouTuber who aims to inspire others through her loc journey. She is musician, educator, and DIY loc stylist. On her Instagram, you can find photos of beautifully styled locs.


Vanessa is a YouTuber who has been loc’d for 10 years. She is all about fashion, beauty, and style while rocking her super cute ombre blonde locs.


Brittany is a sisterlocks enthusiast. She shares her Sisterlocks journey, different styles, and tips on taking care of your sisterlocks from the beginning to the mature stage on her YouTube channel. If you are unsure on what to do with your sisterlocks, Brittany has all the answers for you.


Tammy is a certified sisterlocks consultant located in Centennial, Colorado. She is also the Owner of LoveLoc’d, a salon Specializing in sisterlocks, brotherlocks, and traditional interlocks.


Also known as Keisha Charmaine on YouTube. She shares tips on how to take care of color-treated locs. She also shares hair tips and advice on her YouTube channel.

Check out next: 5 Naturals with Sisterlocks You Should Follow on Instagram and 3 Things You Need to Know About Your Locs, with Dr. Kari

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