What is interlocking and why I choose that method?
Interlocking strengthens the lock at the base or root. Locs “gain weight” and get heavier as they get longer. As they grow in length and increase in size the base of each loc should support the new weight of your hair. A small square, circular or triangular section of hair is crocheted into what looks like a round braid. Hair is locked counter-clockwise to maintain roundness and produce a look that is more consistent in size and shape throughout.
Maintenance is recommended every 6-8 weeks, you can wash your hair by yourself without fear of locs coming undone. Interlocking allows you to shampoo the hair on a regular basis without the concern of excessive frizzing and the need to re-twist. Additionally, all air pockets are removed from the loc during the interlocking process creating a smoother loc, free from lumps that can sometimes form during the twisting process when hair starts to bud.