- 3 hr 30 min3 hours 30 minutes
- 160 US dollars$160
- 1825 NE 163 ST
Interlocking Locs – what exactly is it? Interlocking Locs is a maintenance method which involves pulling the end of the locs back through the base of the root. This method tightens each loc by twisting the hair at the base of the loc It is also known as “root flipping” or “latch hooking dreads”. This process is done to tighten Nu growth to the scalp. This needs to be done every 6 months only. Unless it’s starter locs, then it will be done 3 times a year in the first year . Wash , retwist , hot oil treatment and simple style included .
1825 Northeast 163rd Street, North Miami Beach, FL, USA