Makes me happy when a locked head would like to learn how to maintain their own locks. Happy to share the skill, after all, that’s what’s encouraged in yoga philosophy, known as svatantra.
Dedicate this post to the person who visited me today for a tidy-up, you know who you are :)!
Look, just because you have decided to lock your hair, doesn’t mean you are free of the responsibilities of personal hair hygiene and maintenance. If you don’t look after your locks, you’ll end up being uncomfortable from them and with them and there is a good chance, you’ll end up loosing them.
Also, when the day comes to go getting them tidied up, it will be painful, will take a lot longer than necessary and time is money, so will cost you more. Continue reading
This is an update on the ‘JataDread Philosophy’ page https://jatadreads.com/jatadread-philosophy/
‘Locking someone else’s hair is not easy and is knackering on the hands, wrists, arms, shoulders and back. For this reason I limit my services to two days a week (Friday and Sunday) and I limit the hours to a maximum of 8 hours a sitting. Should the hair be longer than the shoulders then two sessions will need to be booked. Continue reading
After 3 n half months time out I’m back to locking hair. So glad. I’ve finally mastered a second technique which is important because hair types are so different. This lovely lady was excited to lock her hair and I felt privileged she asked me. Cos my hands are rusty from time out, we spread the locking over 2 days. She wanted to keep the tails so as to keep the length. Beautiful bonding time with her, I’m looking forward to teaching her how to lock her own.