How To Maintain Locs

How To Maintain Locs

I like to use a method called palm twisting when I re-twist the locs. I start from the back of the nape clipping all the excess hair up to keep it out of the way. I start with one loc in the first layer of the nape. I put Kai-jo All Purpose Cream on the loc from the root and twist it a little to secure it. Then I place the loc between my palms "fingers facing opposite directions" and then I roll it until the loc is tight at the root. I grab my clips then clip them down to keep them from unraveling. You repeat these steps until the whole head is finished. Then sit the client under the dryer until product is absorbed and dried into the hair. After the hair is dried you can remove the clips. Go through and separate any locs that are twisted together. This should only take a maximum of 1.5 hours to complete. Check out our YouTube video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x9mouegESJ0

 

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Braiding With Ease!

Braiding With Ease!

Hello everyone! If you know like I know sometimes braiding can become a pain. Not only for the customer but for our fingers as well. How many of you experience your skin peeling at the cuticle, or often getting calluses? I know it's a pain sometimes dealing with braids. Kai-jo products is good for the hair and the skin, so therefore when you are braiding it helps eliminate some of that pain us "braiders" get to the skin.

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Kai-jo also helps with gathering all of those stray away hairs into a uniformed clean look. Leaving the hair shiny and polished. It's a lot better than using those harsh gels that dry the scalp and hardens the hair and can cause breakage or damage. Try yours today! We also have samples available if you don't want to buy the full jar just yet.

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