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August 31, 2009


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Dee Layne

Can sisters sporting SisterLocks wear wrap-a-loc?

Kirigo Kabuga

Thank you so much for your question, Dee. The answer would be yes you can use the wrap-a-loc tool on sister locks. The idea is to make long locks appear shorter without the hair cut.
Hope to see you try this one day.
Thanks my sister for your continous support.


Your Natural Hair Coach


Yes I love these. They are really easy to maintain too.


Love the hair wrap a loc. Cool I like it!


To the rest of you who have managed to connect with each other on Natural Hair Journey.com, I thank you for showing me that people with common interests will always find each other.

Wishing you all a Happy New Year!


Your Natural Hair Coach


Thank you Hair Replacement Service, but wrap-a-loc is a styling option for individuals with long natural locks.
It only lasts about 3 months, at least until you wash your hair.

Hope that answers your question.


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