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I guess you can see the many different shades in my hair which after 2 and a half years are all natural I guess. I still spray my hair daily with water that contains a finger full of coconut oil and the juice of half a lime. I top it up regularly so the lime juice is diluted down. The coconut oil melts more if I leave the spray bottle on a radiator.

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This is my other usual style. I will try pipe cleaner rolling after my next relocking. At the moment my hair is quite wavy and curly at the ends after spritzing and doesn't really need anything more. The locks are very free flowing, quite a few people have remarked on it. Unfortunately my Loctitian isn't taking on any new clients. She has done a great job with my hair.

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It is 11 months since I first sisterlocked my hair. I had a recent growth burst so now my hair is long enough to roll. I still have not dyed it. My hairdresser does hers every 4 weeks and admits that although she would not like being grey she finds sorting out her hair after dyeing it a 'right pain'. She says that she wished that she had not started dyeing it.Mow she will always have to. I must admit that I love the freedom of not dyeing, but I know colouring my hair would instantly…

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My hair hangs straight and the ends no longer look cute and curly. Despite the thick layers, the weight on my head is light BUT in this heat it keeps me TOO warm! Tying it back helps reduce the warmth!

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My locks are thickly layered. My natural hair has a lot of volume.

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It is 4 weeks since my last retightening. My reloading is dine every 5-6 weeks.

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I still haven't coloured my hair. Dim lighting simply makes it look darker.

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This is how I wear it most of the time. Curling it doesn't really work well with my hair. My hair falls wavy anyway.

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