Celebrating the beauty of our locs with Crown Chronicle features from individuals in the natural hair community.

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Crown Chronicle of @TheQualityName

Get to know Diamond (a.k.a. @TheQualityName) and her thick, semi-freeform locs that have been cultivated by her own hands, but were birthed from a bit of frustration with her loose natural hair.

Crown Chronicle of @MajesticDopenessLocs

A look into the loc journey of @MajesticDopenessLocs from having relaxed, straight hair to getting her first set of thick traditional locs.

Crown Chronicle of @Barbylocs

“A confident woman, a woman who truly knows her worth and her power is a force to be reckoned with.” I discovered @BarbyLocs through her bold and unapologetic images that depict the beauty of the black women’s physique. I’m excited to share a glimpse into her journey as a Wife, Mom, Fitness Coach, and Model — with fiery locs!  

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Crown Chronicle of @LocCrush

The woman behind @LocCrush is the epitome of a hair crush with a crown full of luscious locs, a beautiful smile and a personality to match. Her loc journey is so inspirational, to witness short comb coils transform into long healthy locs.

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Crown Chronicle of @BrandiChantalle

BrandiChantalle is a the Creator of Mama & Me Wraps, a satin-lined headwrap company for Mom & Baby, and a beautiful Queen with a very unique crown.   Tell us about yourself: My name is Brandi Chantalle, & I’m 25. My resume would state that I work as a leasing consultant, but I am a mommy, poet, youth advocate, & aspiring authoress. I hope to eventually say with blessed assurance that one of my successes...