Have you ever considered trying out Bohemian goddess locs? The Bohemian goddess locs hairstyle is a variation of traditional locs, with added curly or wavy extensions for a more textured and voluminous look.
It’s a versatile style that can be worn in various lengths and colors, making it perfect for those who want to switch up their look without sacrificing their natural hair.
Let’s explore the beauty of Bohemian goddess locs on Black women. We’ll discuss the different styles, how to care for your faux or real locs, and how to accessorize them to enhance your look.
What Type of Hair Do You Use For This Style?
Bohemian goddess locs are typically created using synthetic hair extensions that have a natural, curly texture.
These synthetic types of hair are inexpensive and come in various colors and lengths to suit different preferences.
How Do I Keep the Bohemian Goddess Locs From Frizzing?
To keep your Bohemian goddess locs from frizzing, you can try to use a gentle shampoo and conditioner to keep your hair clean and moisturized.
You can also apply a leave-in product or oil to your locs to help keep them hydrated and prevent frizz.
Additionally, use a satin bonnet or pillowcase to cover your hair while you sleep. And avoid touching your hair too much, as this can cause frizz too.
Are These Locs Safe to Get Wet?
Bohemian goddess locs are designed to withstand some exposure to water. However, excessive exposure to water or moisture can cause the extensions to become frizzy or lose their
If you do need to get them wet, it is best to use a gentle shampoo and conditioner and allow them to air dry completely.
Why Should I Choose Bohemian Goddess Locs as a Protective Style?
Bohemian goddess locs are a great protective hairstyle because they are a low-maintenance and versatile option that can protect your natural hair from damage caused by styling and environmental factors.
How Long Can I Keep Bohemian Goddess Locs in?
The length of time you can keep these locs in depends on various factors, such as the quality of the hair extensions used, what you do on a day-to-day, and your hair growth rate.
Typically, these locs can last for 4 to 8 weeks with proper care. However, it is recommended that you take them out after 6 to 8 weeks to avoid potential damage to your natural hair.
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1. Gypsy Locs
Use crochet hair to achieve this look and slick the edges with an effective styling gel.
2. Distressed Locs
Opt for a honey blonde color of loc hair extensions to recreate this style. Hold in jumbo space buns using longer hair ties.
3. Boho Locs
If slicked partings aren’t your thing, you can use a crochet tool to attach the loc hair to try these more natural looking locs.
4. Vibrant Locs
Choose colors like bright pink loc extensions, which are perfect for the summer or vacation.
5. Invisible Locs
Invisible locs like these will wrap around your natural hair. Choose a color to compliment your complexion like ash blonde extensions.
6. Mermaid Locs
Embrace your inner mermaid with these fluffy red-colored curly locs extensions. You’ll need a few packs to recreate this ‘Little Mermaid’ style.
7. Half Twist Faux Locs
Using a styling or loc gel, you can make the top half of your locs lay flat while the rest lives up to the Bohemian name.
8. Box Parted Dreads
Simple dreads either real or faux will look great in all black. A box part will keep them neat for up to five weeks.
9. Curly Middle-Part Bangs
Stand out with these vibrant red-colored loc extensions. For more personality, style them into a high bun and add cute chopstick accessories.
10. Curly End Locs
Bouncy Bohemian goddess locs require curly ends, as we see above. So choose an extension like a passion twist that has minimal tangling.
11. Two Colored Locs
Black goddess locs look beautiful on any Black woman, but there’s no harm in adding another color like this yellow blonde.
12. Large Crochet Locs
For fuller goddess locs go for larger parting space and larger locs.
13. Short Ginger Locs
To protect natural hair that has been dyed ginger, choose a protective style in matching colored marley twist hair for a flawless look.
14. Curve Parted Locs
Switch up standard box partings for something more curved. To achieve this use a rat tail comb.
15. Thicker Locs with Baby Hairs
Thicker locs look great with a styling mousse to retain their shine, and don’t forget to set the baby hairs with a strong hold edge control gel.
16. Extra Small Locs
Smaller locs have a lot of versatility and less weight. Choose these crochet-style extensions in black and red to try something similar.
17. Top Knot Goddess Locs
Shoulder-length goddess locs will beautifully frame your face, so why not try a top knot to achieve this look?
18. Gradient Locs
Locs like these are one of a kind. Ask your hairstylist if they can try this with a gradient of blue extensions or whatever color you’d prefer.
19. Free Spirit Locs
Locs like these aren’t as tight on the scalp and look more natural to match the free spirit aesthetic.
20. Wide Parted Locs
Wider parting styles like these could be something different for you to give a go on your next appointment. So, choose dark red braiding hair to imitate these.
21. Two Tone Locs
If a middle parting is your favorite, take it to the next level with these ginger and blonde locs.
22. Full Locs
Going for a longer style like these can last you up to six weeks. Ensure to wash them every few weeks to avoid build-up.
23. Extra Long Locs
Sometimes the longer the locs the better the style. Choose ashy gingers and white-blonde crochet extensions for a similar look.
24. Versatile Crochet Locs
Colors like ginger look amazing on melanin skin. So, don’t be afraid to give colorful crochet locs a chance.
25. Chic Locs
Going with smaller-sized locs can give you a more chic look, as above, to last up to five weeks
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26. Butterfly Locs
Butterfly locs are more bubbly as they add the necessary curls to your look. Remember to sleep with a satin bonnet to prevent tangling.
27. Jumbo Tight Blonde Locs
Tightly wrapped locs like these will look charming in any hairstyle, like space buns. Use a styling mousse to keep them neat.
28. Extra Long Ginger Locs
Go for the trifecta; length, thickness, and color for your next hair appointment. These can last for six weeks.
29. Short and Sweet Locs
Keep it short and simple with these small to medium-sized goddess locs ideal for women on the go.
30. Distressed Locs for Thinner Hair
Faux distressed locs can give the illusion of density even if your strands are thin.
31. Twisted Locs
Try a two-strand twist method for your next faux locs and add some fun pink to mirror the style above.
32. Neat Goddess Locs
Goddess locs twisted tightly at the scalp will give you this neat effect. Paired with a styling gel and these will look fresh for up to six weeks.
33. Short Locs with Accessories
Turn your locs into a canvas by adding hair cuffs and jewelry in different colors.
34. Beetlejuice-inspired Locs with Bangs
Bangs can give a new dimension to your face, as we see above with these Beetlejuice-inspired locs.
35. Side Part Locs
Bohemian styles like these can be worn in many ways. A popular one to try is the side part.
36. Small Crochet Locs
Crochet locs just need to be added to the hair, and color-matching your ginger roots will look stunning.
37. Fluffy Locs
Elevate your Bohemian locs by asking for a fluffy finish. They don’t need to be perfectly wrapped and can still last up to four or five weeks.
38. Small Fuller Locs
Small locs can look just as full as larger ones if there’s many of them and that’s your preference.
39. Goddess Twist Locs
Unleash your inner melanin goddess with these twisted locs. Use a styling mousse and satin bonnet to help them stay neat.
40. Dipped Neon Blue Locs
Get the dipped end effects by choosing a vibrant neon blue colored hair extensions.
41. Ginger Blend Locs
If you can’t decide on one color, choose two or three. This ginger crochet blend also has highlights of blonde.
42. Classic Black Locs
Stick to basics with all-black extra-long goddess locs. You’ll need a handful of loc extensions.
43. Soft Goddess Locs
Go for goddess locs that look soft to the touch, as we see above.
44. Slick Down Locs
Locs like these can lay flatter on your scalp if your hairstylist doesn’t apply too much of the twisting hair to the scalp.
45. Jumbo Butterfly Locs
Black jumbo butterfly locs are the perfect protective style that looks like it’s growing from your scalp. Finish with edge control gel to mimic this.
46. Scrunchy Locs
Play around with how scrunchy your locs can be. A style like this can last for up to a month.
47. Skunk Stripe-inspired Locs
Skunk strike-inspired hair was trending last summer and with good reason. So give it a go on your goddess locs.
48. Criss-cross Locs
Using a criss-cross style combines a detailed pattern and a difference from regular goddess locs.
49. Knotless Locs
Your locs will lay down like this if a knotless braid is underneath the crochet hair. Feel inspired and try these in black and red.
50. Locs with Bangs
Style your locs in bangs, as we see above, and add a high bun if you prefer with stylish chopsticks.
51. Bouncy Locs
Choose extra curly twisting extensions the next time you get your protective style done and you’ll get beautiful bouncy locs.
Bohemian goddess locs are the perfect protective hairstyle for Black women. They’ll give you the freedom to add uniquely creative designs to your hair. These locs will instantly give you a chic and ethereal look that will stay in place for weeks.