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Coils To Locs Co-Founder & Cancer Survivor Awarded the Spirit of Fire Award

Spread the word!FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedinPinterest We are thrilled to share that Dianne Austin, co-founder of Coils To Locs has been awarded the Audre Lorde Spirit of Fire Award! The award is given annually to a women who has served as an exceptional leader in cancer services, awareness, or advocacy. The Audre Lorde […]


For Coils To Locs, 2017 Was a Very Good Year, But There’s More In Store For 2018!

For Coils To Locs, 2017 Was a Very Good Year, But There’s More In Store For 2018!

Spread the word!FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedinPinterestDespite many personal and professional challenges over the last 12 months, 2017 was an exciting year for Coils to Locs! We continue to have conversations and develop relationships with healthcare providers, community leaders and supporters across the city. It is wonderful to have individuals who understand our vision […]


Dianne Austin, Co-Founder of Coils to Locs, featured on Dorchester Bay’s YouTube Channel

Spread the word!FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedinPinterestIt’s wonderful when others see your vision and believe that you can achieve your dream to start a business that will have significant social impact. Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation, (DBEDC) an organization that focuses on community development and small business support is one of those organizations. DBEDC […]


Update: Coils To Locs Business Launch Date is Changing – Here’s Why

Spread the word!FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedinPinterest Images shown are representative of the types of wig styles that we will feature. This is not the Coils To Locs Wig Line. Who knew that finding high quality wig manufacturers would be as hard as finding a needle in a haystack! Those of you who have […]


Do Chemo Cold Caps Really Work on Natural Hair? Trish’s Chemo Hair Loss Journey

Spread the word!FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedinPinterest So many things run through your mind when faced with a cancer diagnosis. Although hair loss may be perceived by those not touched by cancer as something that should be the least of one’s worries, chemotherapy induced hair loss can be traumatic for many women. Our identity […]