So much hair! Bless you, love it!Here's a few pics of DS 1's freshly maintained hair:
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I combined a few that would have been too small to be on their own, and I separated and recombined some that were initially 2, 3 or 4 headed dragons. He had huge sections of hair where the locks were super matted together and married. I was able to clean all those sections up and separate the locks. Some of them I left married.
This is what his hair looked like before: (days before wash day)
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After his last wash, about 2 weeks ago:
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you did, but I’m still a bit confused . I’ll be back when it’s time to retighten and save the stress for then lol.
I always end my rotations going from the 12 to the 6 (think of the directions on the clock). Even if I don’t complete a full rotation I always end this way. That’s how I always know which direction I ended. Hope this helps.
I've really been enjoying water rinses lately. I'm a little sad that I probably won't be able to continue rinsing with water as often once it gets colder out. I'm also noticing that my scalp feels best when I oil it at least a few times a week if not every other day. I haven't bought any more Wild Growth Oil, I've just been using plain coconut oil.
Your hair looks amazing!Some loc pics. I'm almost 23mths loced
I wanna wash my hair, but the way my roots are set up..That’s gonna be a problem! I love getting my hair washed. I have never had a professional loc wash before. From the videos I have seen, a lot of stylists don’t shampoo locs very well.I still haven't done anything to my hair yet. Am I the only one who feels like your scalp isn't really clean unless you do your own shampooing?