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REQUIREMENTS FOR A MICRO LOC APPOINTMENT:
Starting Micro,Sister and Brotha Locs
Sislocs are tiny uniform locks that are the result of a precision parting grid, and
the use of a specialized tool used to place the hair into its locking formation. The
Sislocs method does not require the use of waxes or jells. The small size and
parting grid form about 400 easily styled locks.
Traditional locs are most commonly created through palm rolling (or matting) medium to large amounts of hair, using a balm or wax.
Sisterlocs are installed using a special tool and much smaller portions of your hair.
Styling traditional locks can be a little challenging. Of course they look beautiful hanging down, but practice definitely makes perfect when it comes to up-dos and other styles. Another thing to remember is that the longer they get, the heavier they become and this can and will affect your ability to style your locs.
Sisterlocs have been said to be a lot easier to style because of their lighter weight and flatter root texture. Sisterlocs are also thinner, which makes it easier to create difficult or intricate styles.
Microlocks are a little bigger than Sisterlocs, and they don’t have a basic grid pattern.
It is best to keep them wrapped with a silk scarf at night to help tame the new growth.Silk is best because other fabrics can tear out sisterlocs, especially at the edges of the scalp. It is extremely important to get regular maintenance visits to ensure that your locs don’t break off over time, They are very tiny and breakage can occur if not maintained properly. Once the style is completed, there are a wide range of sisterloc styles one can have. However it is a very easy style to maneuver.
How Long do I wait between visits?
Growth determines your sisterlock maintenance schedule. Depending on New Growth, you will need to come in for regular retightening. You can choose from a full head retightening or a front rows retightening.
We offer a 4 week maintenance program for sisterlocks, keeping your roots done every four weeks is rewarded with a low price to retighten.
Breakage to sisterlocks is almost always due to an improper maintenance schedule. Get with me to work your schedule out now.
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