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rose@teavana
@rose@teavana
10/04/16 02:20:15AM
3 posts

Neglect Locs.


Dreading Methods

Hmmm where I'm from the matted hair process is definitely referred to as of "locking", but most of the people I know call the actual hair "locs". I suppose it depends on where you're coming from? It could just be regional slang as well I suppose. : ) Either way, I appreciate the feedback! You have inspired me so much these past few years, thank you.

rose@teavana
@rose@teavana
10/04/16 02:13:56AM
3 posts

Neglect Locs.


Dreading Methods

Thank you, that is kinda what I was thinking along the lines of. I'm at the in between, some people notice and others don't. It's a lot more enjoyable this time around. My previous set of locs was much more handled and was scarcely moisturized. I condition right now with oils such as, lavender and a hemp oil blend. I know it slows the progress down, but I previously had breakage in the beginning of my last set because of little moisturizer. :/ It's all good though, things are coming along well.

rose@teavana
@rose@teavana
10/03/16 03:39:18AM
3 posts

Neglect Locs.


Dreading Methods

Hello, I have been letting my hair do its thing for the past three months. I previously had locs for just under two years and started out the same as this set. I started out with some light T&R for sectioning, but most of that fell out. I'm going natural and only washing my hair + conditioning it with natural ingredients and oils. At what point would one consider themselves to actually have locs? I'm just curious what you consider the transition point from frizzy sections to mature locs. Is it based off of appearance? Or is it based off of how developed the loc is (how knotted they are from root to tip). :)