2020 Locgicians: @clutchnloc

Continuing our Locgician series, where we discuss loc tips with loc stylist @clutchnloc

Name: DeAnna Johnson

Where are you located?: Hampton, VA (757)

Account: @ClutchNLoc

Followers: 16.8K

Tell us a little about yourself: Hey! I am DeAnna also known as Clutch. I am 25 years old born in Youngstown, Ohio & raised in Lithonia, Georgia. I’ve been doing locs non-professionally since I was 13 but stopped when I attended school at Valdosta State University for Accounting. After my freshman year I dropped out of college and joined the United States Navy in 2014. I am still Active Duty, but from the time I joined up until 2018 locs were not authorized in the Navy but I decided to start my locs anyway and wear a wig in uniform. Once locs were allowed I began starting a few of my peers loc journeys, after that, it’s been nothing but blessings ever since.

Best known for: Signature 2-Strand Twist MicroLocks & Sisterlocks ™️ 

Favorite apps: Canva, Zillow, Instagram, Facebook.

Favorite hashtags: #Sisterlocks #757Locs #Microlocks #GoodLocDay

Who I’m following: Amazing Locticians & Sisterlocks ™️ Consultants. I also follow a lot of stock investment & marketing pages.

Tips to newbies: Newbie Locticians: Remain consistent, constant clientele and exposure will come. Focus on your brand, content, and the quality of your craft. Always do research And always gain knowledge about products, techniques, etc.

Most viral post:

How social media changed my life: Wow. Social media, specifically Instagram is what helped me get to where I am today. When I started in October 2018 I relied on Instagram and word of mouth. Remaining Consistent helped me get the exposure I needed. 

What I love most about being a loc stylist?
What I love the most about being a Loc stylist is the opportunity to meet new people wether it’s clients or different stylist. Being a Loc stylist is my passion & business, but it is therapeutic seeing my clients loc transformations & personal journeys.

The first time I was featured on GOOD LOC DAY was...July 15th, 2019. It was when I did my very first Sisterlocks ™️ install after taking the course in June. I remember being so proud of that install and made a recap video and freaking out when Good Loc Day reposted it lol. Thank you so much.


Thank you, @clutchnloc

We appreciate you for taking time out of your busy schedule to share your loc tips.

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