In case you are unaware what Faux locs are, they are actually quite similar to braids, except its not not woven stands of hair but coiled tangled strands creating a some what, rasta or as some may say, dread locs look. In fact Faux Locs can be seen as the detachable version of Dread locs.
We do not have all information to know what the locs are made of, be it human or synthetic hair, however what is certain is it’s slowly quietening the talk on Brazilian weave and others in Ghana.
Faux locs is not new! Like all things that trend, It had always previously surfaced here and there, especially amongst those that wanted to dawn a rasta look. In fact Faux locs was has been trending in the African American community since mid 2015. Last year, American singer Zendaya made headlines when she wore her Faux Locs to the Oscars in 2015.
Faux Locs showed traits in Ghana in late 2015 and has picked up tremendously in 2016. It’s now seen commonly on up-to-date fashionistas at events and in public. Why it’s not surprising is Ghana stands as one of the few West African countries where natural hair is worn by the majority of our females, and Faux locs or Faux braids projects a look not to far from that. In fact it’s very easy to confuse faux locs with real locs or twists.
Not to worry guys, it’s not as expensive as all the other outstanding weave prices. See images below.