1. I'm not sure which type of Locs to get I really want uniformed and very neat Locs, and i have length to my natural hair already (it touches the top of my shoulders) which kind to you recommend i get and the thickness do you recommend?? I really like the look of comb coils but is that for people with short hair?
The size is totally up to your preference. I prefer smaller locks because I think they are more versatile to style as well as the look fuller when I style my hair as they are so many. I also like that they look very neat even when they need grooming. You have to be careful thought as smaller locks requires more attention.
I would recommend starting your locks by interlocking. Interlocking is the process where a latching tool is used to basically crochet the hair. It will last longer even when you wash your hair and speed up the locking time.
2. What products do you use?
I usually use either of these shampoos and conditioner on my hair;
- Dr Boner's Tea Tree Shampoo
- Macadamia Natural Oil Rejuvenating Shampoo
- Shea Moisture Black Oil Shampoo
- Macadamia Natural Oil Deep repair Masque
- Shea Moisture Deep Repair Masque.
3.When does the so called "Ugly Stage" occur?
The "Ugly phase" is just the baby stage of your locks when you hair look frizzy aka messy. This is because your locks have not formed as yet. To combat or reduce this appearance you can retwist your hair a little more often even if you do not wash your hair.
4.What do i need to do at night to keep them neat and not looking fuzzy?
At nights I would recommend using a silk wrap or scarf. This will help to keep your hair neat as well as retain moisture while you sleep. For added protection just in case your head tie disappear in the night, you can use a silk pillow case as well.
5. Last question, say if i ever want to take them out, how long will it take for locks to grow out, or would I have to cut my whole hair off.
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If you change your mind while you have locks, no need to worry you can take them out without cutting your hair. All you have to do is to have the lock you are undoing moisturized and use a pointed object whether it be a pin or a ice prick to comb the lock out. You will loose some of your hair. If you don't want the big chop and don't mind loosing a few hair clumps, then I think this is a great method.
Hope I did not deter you from getting locks but made your decision a little clearer. These were very useful questions and I don't think I have covered them on my channel and will definitely be doing so. Good luck on your decision and if you are not sure please send me your questions and I will answer them as best as I possible can.