The Sisterlocks© Package
Authorized Consultants offer Sisterlocks© as a package of three visits which include a Consultation, the Locking Session, and a Follow-up Visit.
First Visit: The Consultation
During this session, you and your consultant will discuss your personal hair care history, your styling preferences and your lifestyle in order to determine if Sisterlocks© is right for you. You will also have “TEST/SAMPLE LOCKS” put in your hair to see if they will hold, check sizes, amount of scalp showing, estimate settling-in time, etc. This consultation is essential for both you and your consultant to ensure you get your Sisterlocks© done in the most suitable way.
Third Visit: Follow-up
You will need to schedule your follow-up after at least two shampoos, which is usually within four weeks of your locking session. Your consultant will monitor the integrity of your locks, tighten them up and give you an idea of how long the settling-in process is likely to take. You can also begin discussing styling tips for the "total look" that's right for you!
Second Visit: The Locking Session
Bring a good book, movies, lunch, and snacks because the locking process can take from 15 to 24 hours or longer, depending on the length and density of your hair. Sessions may be spread over two or more days. The average Sisterlocks© customer will leave this session with an average of 400 locks and a whole new attitude! Your consultant will provide you with a “Starter Kit” that includes the proper shampoo for starting your locks, tiny rubber bands and “tip sheets” on grooming and shampooing as your locks settle- in. Be sure to schedule your follow-up visit before you leave. Good maintenance is the key to gorgeous Sisterlocks© over time.
Ongoing Follow-up Visits
We recommend that you schedule your first retightening visit at 4 - 6 weeks. This way, the progress of your locks can be monitored. As your locks mature, your consultant will be able to determine how often you will need to come in for retightening. The time between visits is dependent upon your hair type and rate of hair growth.
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