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I love New York, but my heart has a Caribbean beat. It pulsates to the traditions of my people. Attuned to the rhythms of this City, I stay West Indian to the bone. I reflect. I analyze. I speak my mind. ~ I Keep it Irie ~

Beautiful Dreadlocks Styles

Updated Oct. 27. 2016

In one of my first blog posts Stop Asking Me Foolish Ish Bout My Dreadlocks, I wrote about some of the annoying questions people often ask me about my hair. On the flip side, almost as frequently as I get these questions, I’m also complimented on my lovely crown. I give much credit to my stylist Joyce for helping me nurture my long, beautiful tresses over the past decade. As far as I’m concerned, Joyce is the best dreadlocks stylist a.k.a. loctician in Brooklyn and perhaps even New York City. I’m particularly biased as she hails from my homeland Barbados, although she has made NYC her home for more than 20 years now.

I was introduced to Joyce by my friend Billy in late 2002 while I was on an extended visit to NYC. I had recently cut all my relaxed hair off and was proudly and happily sporting my own natural curls. The ultimate goal was to start dreadlocks, a dream I’d had for many years. Billy had dreads and his stylist was Joyce. He recommended her as the one to get me started. From day one, I was pleased with Joyce’s work. Her inimitable talent, combined with her professionalism, integrity, candor, and overall amiable nature, ensured that in me, she’d have a lifelong client.

Today, I pay homage to the genius of my stylist Joyce by featuring a gallery of her artistry with my hair over the past eight years or so. Disclaimer: Most of the photos were taken with a camera phone and not originally intended for publishing. There are a few photos where I did my hair myself, but I still give credit to Joyce because I learned my techniques from her, and obviously for helping me to  have a healthy head of hair with which to get creative.

I love my beautiful dreadlocks and I thank Joyce for all the love she pours into them.

Leave your questions (but not foolish ones lol) and comments below.

~ I Keep it Irie ~

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14 thoughts on “Beautiful Dreadlocks Styles

  1. Malita on said:

    beautiful

  2. You sure that last one wasn’t security cam footage of you robbing the bodega?

    I would compliment you on your beautiful and amazingly versatile hairstyles, but I’m hating cause I only have one permanent style.

  3. Rhapsodi on said:

    Absolutely gorgeous, which is no surprise, but it’s certainly nice to see so many of your awesome dos at once. I’m feeling inspired 🙂

    • Thanks my dear!:-) xx
      I know you’re rocking some hot “do’s” too, got those students kerfuffled with your “fancy” hair so unlike what they’re accustomed seeing lol!

  4. Great tribute. I love how your hair has developed into a significant part of your brand.

  5. Kim on said:

    love it.

  6. Julia Greenidge on said:

    Nice, nice sis.lovin all.

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