BOHO LOCS® is the crochet loc brand everyone is talking about! Known for their innovative and fresh styles and colour combinations. The brand has quickly built a reputation for both the quality of their hair and customer service.BOHO LOCS® are handmade crochet faux locs, with each loc having its own unique waves, twists and curls. The locs are very natural looking with a low sheen and lustre for a beautiful and believable result!BOHO LOCS® are made from the highest quality Japanese synthetic Kanekelon hair.
MERMAID LOCS® are a combination of locs and waves. A pack of MERMAID LOCS® will contain on average 100 locs and 40 strands of our mermaid loc wavy hair. The result is a stunning combination of locs and waves that turns heads.
Ditch the guessing game - one pack of any of our Boho styles is all you’ll need for a full-head install! We make our packs with a finished look in mind, and include enough locs for touch-ups and replacements.
All our styles (with the exception of the Empress collection) are pre-looped for a quick and easy crochet installation!
At this time no, we don’t sell smaller or individual packs. One packs is more than enough for an install and you will likely have hair left over for touch ups if needed!
No we don’t install, but we are building a database of stylists who do! You can see our current database here: https://boholocs.com/pages/boho-locs-stylists
We don’t offer an install service, but after purchase you will receive a full care-guide including easy to follow tutorials on how to apply them yourself.
And we’ve also curated a list of Boho-approved stylists across the globe - find your nearest Boho Pro here.
BOHO LOCS® are applied with crochet needle onto a cornrow base. They are beginner friendly and easy to apply.We have tutorial videos to walk you through step-by-step how to apply your locs, so don't worry we got you!
A typical install will take on average 2 hours, around the time it takes to watch a movie.
Due to the handmade nature of our locs and each loc being unique in it’s wave and curl pattern we do not recommend them for individual crochet installation. We recommend installing traditional crochet in the back, and individual crochet in the front with double wrapping to keep it secure (tutorial videos are sent after purchase)
We have full after care tutorials videos that are provided after sale. They will cover how to prepare your hair for you locs, how to maintain your locs and how to remove your locs and much more. Everything you need to take care of your BOHO LOCS®.
For the regular locs, the length is 22”. For the short/bob length the loc lengths are a combination of 12”-14” The Bob Beach Locs are 10"-12"
While we don’t offer refunds we can exchange unopened and unused packs for a different color or style within 28 days of their delivery date. Email email@example.com if you need help with this.**Please note exchanges have been extended to 40 days, Stay Safe! xx
We create these with longevity at the front of our minds. You can wear your locs for up to 12 weeks at a time!
Yes if you want to! Most customers will reuse some of their locs a second time. Talk about getting the most bang for your buck, right?
Unless you’re mud wrestling on the daily (hey, we don’t judge - what you do in your own personal time is your business), it’s not necessary to wash them, but if you do then use cold water. We don’t recommend washing the Mermaid Locs at all.
Yes! It’s totally ok to swim in the BOHO GODDESS locs, but we don’t recommend swimming in the Mermaid Locs.
Boho Locs® are locs only, Mermaid Locs® are locs and wavy hair combined.
We currently have warehouses in the USA. Boholocs.com ships from Michigan, USA, and ships to the USA and Rest of the World (ROW)
No we don’t take custom order at this time.
Orders are typically dispatched on the next working day. On occasion it can take up to 2 working days to process an order before it is shipped.
See our full delivery FAQS here (https://boholocs.com/pages/shipping-and-returns-policy)
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Boho Locs Layering 101
Written by Sarah Popoola
Written by Sarah Popoola
Whether your locs are created via extensions or are naturally grown, one thing is for certain: layers can turn your style from a look that is simple and plain, to one that is beautifully complementary and face-framing.
To be clear, while there is nothing wrong with rocking just one length, but there's something oh-so-trendy about mixing it up a little bit.
And just in case you were wondering, where we are going with this. . .
YES! You can absolutely layer your Boho Locs! The best part about layering them is that there's no fuss involved; No cutting or extra styling necessary—just an additional set of shorter locs to complement your longer tresses.
Interested in layering your Boho Locs this time around? Let's get into what that means and how you can achieve the ultra-trendy look with nearly all of our styles.
What are Boho Layers?
Simply put, Boho Layers are a set of 14" or 16" locs that are worn with all of our styles over 24" long to create natural, face-framing layers.
Don't be confused—Boho Layers are a little different than the layers most of us are used to.
When talking about hairstyles other than locs, layers typically refer to a variation in length all over the head.
With Boho Layers, however, only the locs around the perimeter of the face are shorter, and the back remains the same length all around.
Sounds simple enough, right? Well lucky for us, the install process is just as simple.
How To Install Boho Layers
It's important to note that all Boho Locs styles are basically done in the same way because overall, it's just a basic crochet install. So, installing Boho Layers is no different.
First things first:
Step 1: Start your foundation. The easiest way to do this is to go with the standard base: braid your hair into about 10 individual plaits in the front and 8 cornrows in the back.
Step 2: Once your base is down, begin crocheting your locs onto your cornrows. Remember that you're only working with one, long length at this point, so there's no need to touch the set of Boho Layers just yet.
Step 3: Now that you've crocheted your locs to your cornrows and double-checked that they are sturdy and secure, you can begin working on the layers! This is where your individual plaits come into play. First, slide the crochet needle through the base of the individual about an inch through. Then, attach the loop of the loc to the hook, close the latch, and then slide it through.
Step 4: Once the loc is through, create a loop, tug, and then pull it tightly into a secure knot at the root of your braid. Your individual plait should now be hanging beside your loc.
Step 5: From here, take your natural hair and disguise it by attaching it to your crochet needle to your individual braid and pulling it through the body of the loc.
Repeat the last three steps until your whole head is completely done and voila! You've successfully installed a gorgeous set of locs using Boho Layers for the first time.
Top Layering Styling Tips Perfect For The Season
Fall is officially here, and while it's still early in the season, it's never too soon to start picking what hairstyles you'd like to wear for the next few months.
And with Boho Layers, you now have tons of styling options to work with.
Here a few tips to get you going:
Try styling our darker-hued, ombre tones like Bronde or Brauburn in an updo with bangs. The gorgeous blend of colors mixed with a few complementary locs around the face make for a classy yet simple fall-time look.
Adorn your Boho Layers with warm, autumnal accents such as wooden beads or golden leaf cuffs for a nice, seasonal flair.