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The process of interlocking locs requires a tool appropriately called an interlocking tool. It is made from a durable, flexible plastic. There are some metal latch-hook tools used for crocheting that some recommend instead.What is interlocking and how does it work?
Interlocking strengthens the lock at the base or root. Locs “gain weight” and get heavier as they get longer. As they grow in length and increase in size the base of each loc should support the new weight of your hair.Are there any tools that can be used to lock my hair?
There are some metal latch-hook tools used for crocheting that some recommend instead. But they should be avoided because they snag and pull hairs from the scalp causing significant damage. (A proper interlocking tool for the hair can be found at www.drkariwilliams.com/store) Interlocking strengthens the lock at the base or root.Can you alternate maintenance by twisting and interlocking your hair?
I am often asked if you can alternate maintenance by twisting and interlocking your hair and the answer is, yes. For people who like the look of palm-rolled locs, I recommend interlocking the hair at least once a quarter to break up the continuity of the twisting and reinforce the base of the loc to prevent breakage.