Great oil and moisturizer for the hair. Absorbs into the hair cuticle easily without leaving a residue on the hair. This oil can be found in most health food stores. There are other brands of organic coconut oils available.
Shea butter is a great moisturizer for the hair. It is little heavier than coconut oil. Great for twisting the hair.
Good for a leave-in conditioner. Also, it gives the hair a lovely rosy scent.
Tea Tree Oil is a great anti fungal oil for the scalp and promotes hair growth. Never use this oil or any essential oil without a carrier oil. Almond, olive , coconut, and grape seed oil, and more.
Locs are loose hairs that intertwined together from not being comb. Some people look at locs as being disgusting and unkempt. It all depends on the person wearing them. Wearing locs is just like any other style that requires maintenance. Shampooing, oiling, twisting roots, and conditioning the scalp must be done to keep your hair and scalp healthy. The look of a head of locs depends on the texture of the individual’s hair.Just remember, every head of locs looks different.
Free Style Locs doesn’t require twisting at the base of the hair, nature just do what it needs to do.
Here is a deep cleansing formula that helps remove lint as well and it is all natural. Apple Cider Vinegar, baking Soda, Lemon juice, and Hot water. Fill up your Sink and soak your locs. The Hot water opens up the loc, the baking Soda sof…tens the loc allowing the lint and dirt to be released. The vinegar and lemon are astringents and cleansers. After soaking for 15-20 mins the sink water will be very cloudy and dirty.
Accumulating lint in locs is nerve wrecking. With a little patience and a few tools , removing lint is a breeze. These are a few solutions to removing lint: a good clarifying shampoo, picking lint out with your fingers and tweezers or try removing lint by lightly brushing hair with a soft bristle brush.