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This Maryland Salon Is Slaying Locs With These Haute Designs | Essence

This Maryland Salon Is Slaying Locs With These Haute Designs | Essence

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Check out 21 ways Sherelle Holder and her team are innovating with the natural hairstyle.

When it comes to styling locs and faux locs into some of the most creative and dynamic styles you’ve ever seen, no one’s doing it better than hairstylist Sherelle Holder. Her salon Karibbean Kinks in Prince Georges County Maryland (about 10 minutes away from Washington, D.C.) specializes in natural hair care and styling.

Whether you’re a man or woman with long locs or short locs, thin or thick locs, the 32-year-old Tobago-native has a head turning style for you. Though she’s been doing hair for 15 years, she didn’t always understand how powerful a simple beauty service could be for the spirit.

“It actually took me a few years to grasp the impact that I started having in people’s everyday lives by simply doing their hair,” she tells ESSENCE. “But I knew hair was my calling when I noticed the level of passion I had for my craft, the amount of positive energy I would put out, and, in turn receive. Being the best part of someone’s day is indescribable.”

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