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    Quote Originally Posted by januaryjoy08 View Post
    Wetting and conditioning the often can probably help.
    WHOA. It depends on the hair type. Wetting certain areas of my hair (the front) in twists results in a meshing nightmare. When I started my locs, I was hesitant to wash my hair b/c I knew once I wet it, there was no turning back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AuNappturale View Post
    WHOA. It depends on the hair type. Wetting certain areas of my hair (the front) in twists results in a meshing nightmare. When I started my locs, I was hesitant to wash my hair b/c I knew once I wet it, there was no turning back.
    WHOA + NO MA'AM! For my hair water also promotes meshing and tangling. This is really why I don't co-wash and rinse my twists that often. If I want my detangling session to be as stress free as possible I don't wet my twists, and I retwist my hair immediately after washing before the tangles get a chance to dry and "set".
    "If you want longer hair you need to live by your ends, and die by your ends. They are all that matter." -mymy


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    Default Re: How do you keep hair from locking?

    Quote Originally Posted by Claire76 View Post
    And there you have it. Two-strand twists aren't only a protective style. They're also a means of starting locs. People talk about doing protective styles for several weeks or months. I don't know how they do it. The only way I've gone beyond two weeks with twists in my hair was when I was trying to loc.
    thank you- I noticed after a while of twisting- my hair tangled on it's on too much... and nothing helped it detangle the longer it got...
    Palm Rolling... 125 locs... Nature's Protein Gelee



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