Starter Locs: Wash your Starter Locs gently atleast once within the first 2 weeks. You can use a cap over your new locs to avoid unraveling however the first wash can be done without a cap if caution is used.
Loc Hygiene: Wash your locs atleast once every 10 days to restore natural oils and to assist you with the locing process.
Never go longer than a month without washing your locs.
Use RESIDUE or SULFATE FREE SHAMPOO.
APPLE CIDER VINEGAR can be used as an alternative to conditioner.
Deep condition your locs atleast 2X a month.
Use NATURAL OILS.
Basic Loc Care: Wrap your locs up every night as you sleep with a satin or silk cap.
Oil your locs 2-3X a week.
Herbal rinses, steam treatments, and hot oil treatments can be used instead of conditioners.
A loctician is a hairstylists specializing in dreadlocks who help you grow dreadlocks safe, fast, and effective.
After the first visit, it may take six months or less before you have good strong dreadlocks. Depending on the texture of your hair, you may need to visit your loctician two to four times a month.
Remove damages caused by hair relaxers and other chemicals. You may have used chemicals in the past and need help getting your hair back to a natural state. A loctician should be able to help you accomplish this goal.
A good loctician will assess the condition of your locs, Are your locs dry? What’s your natural hair type? Are you missing something in your routine or in your diet? A loctician has seen it, been there, and done that. He or she will know what is needed for your hair type.
A good loctician will provide professional and low-risk performance of services. Coloring locs is no easy process and inherent with risk. Starting locs is also something that locticians do best, as they know your hair type and know when to do palm rolling, locstitching, backcombing or other methods. A loctician will get your locs off to their best start.
Looking for the right products for your routine? Just ask. Their expertise can guide you to the right shampoo, conditioner, or natural oil.
Remember, your loctician is your guide for the journey. It helps to have someone to lead and guide you along the way throughout the process.