There are key differences in both the appearance of locks and the techniques used to create them. Although there are various types of locks, this article will address, traditional locks and Sisterlocks™.
Traditional locks tend to be smaller than Dreadlocks and require hair products such as gel, shea butter or other softening agents, to start and maintain them.
Deliberate parts are made on the scalp to separate the hair and assist with styling options.
Sisterlocks are even smaller than traditional locks. On completion, they generally range from 400 to 800 locks and require a specific parting structure, that allows for maximum styling options.
Sisterlocks are installed utilizing a weaving technique and patented tool.
Because Sisterlocks do not require the use of gels, grease, shea butter, or any other softening agents, the hair remains light in weight, as the hair grows longer..
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