Hey, loc fam!
We know that starting anything new can be tricky, especially when you don't know where to start.
If you're new to this loc journey, we get it. You don't know how often you should wash your hair or how often you should wash or retwist it, and it can be overwhelming.
We wanted to help you out with a few tips as a beginner.
First, you should only wash your hair about once a month with starter locs. I know you're used to washing your hair more often, but with starter locs, less is better. You'll get used to it.
Second, avoid deep conditioning your starter locs. The added moisture from deep conditioning can cause your locs to unravel, and you don't want that!
Third, use natural oils on your scalp and locs. Products weigh your hair down and cause added build-up. Less is more in this case. It would be best if you only were using natural oils.
And last but not least, avoid manipulation to your locs in the beginning stages. The less you touch your hair, the better. Starter locs need time to loc, and if you're constantly manipulating them, this makes it hard for them to do what they need to do naturally.
These are essential tips for your starter locs. If you have any more questions, check out our Instagram page for more loc maintenance tips.
Order the following products and give your locs the love that they need!
Rosewater and Peppermint Moisturizing, Conditioning and Nourishing Shampoo
Locsanity Shea & Apricot Loose, Natural Strength Growth Formula Dreadlock Natural Hair Rolling and Conditioning Oil
Rosewater Hair and Facial Daily Moisturizing/Refreshing Spray