Wig options are limitless, but it’s easy to fall in love when a new protective hairstyle trend emerges. Many women love cool knotless braids and sleek passion twists, and now, gorgeous goddess locs are more popular than ever.
If you’re fascinated by this trending hairstyle, you’ll need to understand more about it before you commit to it. Read on to learn the similarity and the difference between faux locs and goddess locs.
What Are Faux Locs?
Simply put, faux locs replicate the look of natural dreadlocks. They’re a classic protective style—faux locs allow you to have beautiful hair. Plus, they aren’t permanent, so you don’t have to be afraid that you’ll have them forever. Depending on how well you take care of them, faux locs will last anywhere from two to three months. However, a wig form from Instant Arẹ̀wà Hair will last much longer!
What Are Goddess Locs?
Goddess locs are technically faux locs, but the difference between faux locs and goddess locs lies in the texture as well as the type of hair utilized. Faux locs feel rough, while goddess locs may feel silkier. Also, faux locs boast sealed, straight ends, while on the other hand, goddess locs have open and wavy ends. Finally, faux locs are generally made from synthetic hair, and goddess locs typically contain human or synthetic hair.
Regardless of the protective hairstyle that interests you, we can help you achieve that look. You will find the best goddess and faux locs wigs from Instant Arẹ̀wà Hair. Our handmade wigs are professionally made with a virgin human hair full-lace base and premium synthetic braiding hair for the locs strands, giving them a completely natural look and feel.
Our faux locs lace wig comes in several styles, textures, and colors that will make you want to try even more techniques. You’ll be sure to find one that’s just right. With proper care, these wigs will last up to two years or more! Please contact our team if you have any questions about our available loc wigs.