Sisterlocks are not your average hair extensions, but high quality microlocks that allow the hair's natural interlocking process to unfold. Sisterlocks require an investment of both time and money, and for that reason you must ensure that you choose the correct hair care products to extend the life and look of your locks.
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Speak to your Sisterlocks consultant about where to find the right products for your specific braids. When you plan to have your style completed, a consultant will walk you through the process and help you select the right braids of Sisterlocks for your hair type. Your consultant will become intimate with your hair type, your class of Sisterlocks and the products that you will need. If you cannot buy Sisterlocks hair care products directly from your consultant, she should be able to direct you regarding where and what to buy.
Find hair care products at the Sisterlocks website, which offers a wide variety of products which may be purchased online or over the phone. Whether you are looking for shampoo and conditioner or a creme to combat scalp itch, Sisterlocks products are the best bet to maintain your luxurious style.
Purchase a product designed for hair extensions or dreadlocks, if you have trouble finding or affording genuine Sisterlocks products. There are a number of brands available specially designed to keep your dreads, including your Sisterlocks, healthy and your scalp free from itch and build-up. Many of these products can be purchased online or in beauty shops that do extensions or dreads.
Search your local yellow pages for beauty shops that specialize in Sisterlocks. Sisterlocks are extremely popular, as are their specialty hair care products, so you should have no problem finding a beauty shop near you. Salons in your area that do Sisterlocks will be able to help your find the right products for your type and style of Sisterlocks.
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