August 13, 2015

How to make INSTANT Faux Locs

Hey there!

I'm so glad the week is rapidly winding down as I'm really tired and need sleep. 

Anyways, I wanted to share a video showing how my faux locs were made. So many people liked the style, and while it took a week or two to get used to them, I really loved the look too!

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They were done at the Savvy Chic Hair and Beauty Hub, which is located at #30 Norman Williams Street in Ikoyi.  It typically takes 6+ hours to get them installed but Dabs, the owner of the salon (who also blogs at Naija Hair Can Grow) created a way to install them that literally cuts the time in half. She has posted this video which I'm sharing and I think salon owners and hair stylists will really benefit from it.

HOW TO MAKE AND INSTALL INSTANT FAUX LOCS





20 comments:

  1. Please how much does it cost to make the Faux locs

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    1. The price varies at different places and depends on how many you do. I believe Dabs said it starts at 12k in her salon

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  2. Very pretty Berry. Thank goodness for this instant method o. When I had faux locs installed, it took 8hrs.

    Epiphany29.com

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    1. Thanks lady. 8 hours ke? That's a full day of work yo!

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  3. Great post :)
    xoxo Antonella
    Keep in touch :)

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  4. thanks for this video berry. easy,quick and painless.cant wait to install

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    1. You're welcome. The hair itself is not painless o. There some days of discomfort so get ready for it

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  5. Hi Berry, pls check ur mail box... Sent u a mail regarding d crotchet wigs. Thank u^

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    1. Hiya, sorry about the delay. Replied now

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  6. Very helpful video. Frst time on your blog and i love it already....

    www.sunlightdreamer.blogspot.com

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  7. Ooooh you look FIERCE! Love the lippie too ;)

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  8. Wow! Nice one. Thumbs up, Dabs! 👍 and well done, Berry.

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  9. Nice look but it's a no no for me. All this kind hair don chop my front hair finish

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  10. I opted for yarnlocs instead...all these styles come out really beautiful but the cringing that occurs every time you turn your neck nor get part 2.

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  11. Trying to decide if to make it, had to come read this and the other post again.
    Thanks Berry!

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  12. love these! Have you seen the non-silky version of faux locs that you can wear with crochet braid method? I'm ordering mine ....They also have pre- made human hair faux locs , I've never seen anything like this that look so real ! on khinky.com

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