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    I interlock my sweeties hair. He has about 1 1/2 inches of natural hair.
    His hair is a mixed texture. It was kinky and curly all over except for right
    in the front. I interlocked his entire head. The front came down the next day.
    I'm against bee's wax but he wants his hair to lock and stay. He works out about
    4 days a week. We tried the coils last month and they just would not stay. The interlocking stayed put all over his head except for about 3 to 4 locks in the front.

    Do you think I should put some bee's wax in his hair? (just in th front.
    I tried coils they won't stay.
    Any suggestions for his fine baby soft hair in the front of his head?

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    I would keep putting them back in. They will eventually stay. I have a couple of places in my hair where the locks don&#39;t want to stay when they are just started and my consultant keeps redoing them until they finally stay (I have sisterlocks). I have also heard of some other methods one of which is using thread to kind of seal the ends. However, I&#39;m not sure how that was done.
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    yeah keep putting them back in, i have 2 in the back where the hair is almost straight that are still taking their time to lock(over a year lol) but there are lil sections that are locing and they dont unravel much anymore. I just kept redoing them.

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    Did you try braiding it? Some people use thread to sew the ends of their locks together. I use Mango & Lime locking creme wax and it keeps my hair together between washings. I haven&#39;t had any of the much-feared buildup that I have been reading about. It think it has to do with the percentage of wax in the product.

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    I braided the tips last night and interlock the rest of his stringy locs.

    Yep they came down this morning.
    I may try and sew the tips but its so straing im not sure it will stay.

    Hmmm I&#39;ll try the mango and lime locking creme wax this weekend if it doesnt stay.
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