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  1. Nakai
    August 3, 2019 @ 6:38 pm

    Hello I started my micro braidlocs in Feb of this year and I do them myself but I would like to know what kind of product I should be using so they don’t dry out I guess. I do them myself and use the interlocking technique because it works best for my hair. I had dreadlocks for almost 9 years and the palm roll just wasn’t very effective plus I want them to look as similar to sisterlocs. Feel free to comment or email me and I have pics if need be. I just washed it yesterday and wanted to know before I start touching it up

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  2. Myishea Richmond
    October 20, 2019 @ 3:01 pm

    Hey you. This is awesome information. I started both of my daughters with braidlocks and interlocked them after. I wish I had this info before I started. My question is, what do you use for deep cleaning? I’m from Wisconsin and also is a sports fanatic!

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  3. Khrystal
    December 26, 2019 @ 7:20 am

    I was told the number of locks determines how big or small braidlocs it will be. I was going for the small, medium type… similar to braidlocs. My daughter has 180 (verses some ppl that have 400)braidlocs. Does this mean her dreads are going to be huge?

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    • Mireille Liong
      January 14, 2020 @ 10:48 pm

      No, that is about my size. I have just about 200 locs or a few more but then again I have a small head.

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  4. Cassendre Gibbs
    July 15, 2020 @ 1:38 pm

    Hi i wanted to start locks with small twist. I do not want to part just braid. I do not like parting. My question is, will that cause a lot pf problems in the future. I was thinking about using the roll method instead of interlocking. My hair is very thick and locks quickly.

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  5. Cecilia Gonzalez
    July 16, 2020 @ 5:31 pm

    Hi! I just put my braids in two days ago, and now it’s the waiting game, I did not use a precise grid and want to know when I should wash my hair next? about how long should I give it before I expect change.

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