Wrap-A-Loc is a hair styling tool — and a technique — that creates curls, spirals, and waves on natural and locked hair. This amazing tool can be worn undetectable in the hair as a style and when removed, curls blossom. Wrap-A-Loc is a patented, professionally made product that allows you to create multiple styling options with the tool worn in the hair -and when it is removed. This dual use is what sets it apart from other styling tools. You can wear it while going about your daily activities, without worrying about looking unprofessional or not put together.
Wrap-A-Loc is a wearable hair styling tool that:
Creates lasting curls and waves
Provides styling versatility for those who wear locs
Is easy to apply and it is reusable
Allows hair to air dry instead of spending hours under a hair dryer
Can be used on permed hair, straight hair and naturally curly hair
Sonya Nandi Gilkey, Stylist, Inventor and Educator.
Sonya Gilkey aka Sistah Nandi is a Natural Hair Care Culturist. She has been professionally styling natural and locked hair for over 20 years. In 2004, Sistah Nandi discovered, designed, and patented a hair styling tool “Wrap-A-Loc out of a need for versatility and flexibility in styling options for her natural and locked hair.
Wrap-A-Loc is a hair styling tool — and a technique — that creates curls, spirals and waves on natural and locked hair. This amazing tool can be worn undetectable in the hair as a style and when removed, curls blossom.
Nandi’s ongoing involvement in educational training and lectures keeps her an in-demand stylist and instructor. She is a registered Continuing Education provider for Georgia State Board of Cosmetology. Nandi has also served as an educational facilitator and presenter at several hair tradeshows including Chicago’s Black Women Expo, Bronner Bros. International Hair Show in Atlanta; the World Natural Hair, Health and Beauty Show in Atlanta, The International Locks Conference in Philadelphia, Toronto Natural Hair and Beauty Show, and Expo Alive Hair Show in London.
Her hair care methods and styling techniques have been featured in Essence Magazine, Atlanta Journal Constitution newspaper; Sisterlocks Lifestyle Journal, Black Beauty & Hair Magazine in London; Planet Africa Magazine and TV show in Toronto, Anguilla as well as on numerous websites and blogs.
She has a B.S. degree in Speech Communications and Theatre from Tennessee State University and a master’s degree in Journalism from Indiana University.