Faux Locs Tutorial, No Crochet

How to do faux locs without the use of a crochet needle or rubber bands. This style can be worn by both men and women.
Faux Locs Tutorial, No Crochet

I’m going to show you guys how to do faux locs without the use of a crochet needle or rubber bands. I created these locs using the wrap method, with braids as the base. You can make the locs as long or as short as you’d like. And this style can be worn by both women and men. In fact, I did these faux locs on my son’s hair. He is planning to leave them in permanently to start his loc journey. Cutting them off eventually when his natural loc’d hair gets to the desired length. It’s also easy to do these locs on your own hair. I’ve done the goddess locs version on mine.

Faux Locs On Men

My son decided to use synthetic afro kinky bulk hair as that was most affordable for him. I know my child and he easily changes his mind. So this was best for him. He won’t be out of too much money if he decides to take them out. Yet he will be able to keep these in if he decides to continue his loc journey. But if you are sure that you want to leave these loc extensions in permanently, then it’s best to use human afro bulk hair. Watch my Faux Locs Tutorial for step-by-step instructions on how to do the locs. Along with deets about how long it takes, and how much hair was used.

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  1. Good evening are you a cosmetologist, your sons locks look good and you greatg job on your nieces hair and your hair looks good also.

    1. Thank you so much. I’m a self taught hair stylist and have been doing hair for over 25 years.

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