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FEATURES Dec 16 2012 10:49PM
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I want to loc my son's hair but don't know if I have the time to manage it, are there any other styles?

ANGIE SAYS:  Actually locking your child’s hair is very easy to manage, the hardest part is the beginning process—right before they lock up. After that, you can shampoo, style and go. Carol’s Daughter’s Loc Butter will make them super-easy to maintain.
If you don’t want to dreadlock your son’s hair, there are many more fun, easy-to-manage styles for little boys. Both of my sons wore curly Afros for the first years of their lives. I would simply wet their hair with Black Vanilla Leave-In Conditioner, moisturize it with Hair Milk Original; sometimes give it a little extra sheen with Macadamia Finishing Shine Mist. It was quick and easy, I would moisturize, pick and go. Other styles to try are Bantu Knots and, of course, Corn Rows.
 
Don’t forget, if your son really has too much hair to maintain, a nice fade is always a handsome look as well.
 

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