If you’re anything like me, you’re constantly on the lookout for new and exciting hairstyles to try. And if you’re also into crochet, then goddess locs may be just the style for you. So, how long do crochet goddess locs last? Keep reading to find out!
How Long Do Crochet Goddess Locs Last?
Crochet goddess locs last about as long as regular crochet braids, which are usually 3-6 weeks. But that can vary depending on your hair type and how well you take care of them.
To make your crochet goddess locs last as long as possible, be sure to shampoo and condition them regularly, and use a good moisturizing oil or serum to keep your hair healthy and hydrated. You may also want to twist them up at night to help keep the curls from unraveling.
How to make crochet goddess locs
Do you love crochet goddess locs? We will show you how to make them in this blog post.
Step 1: Gather Your Supplies
Here are the supplies you’ll need:
- Crochet hook (size H or I)
- Yarn in any color
- Tape measure or ruler
- Clippers or shears
- Embroidery floss in any color
Step 2: Make Your Locs
Start by making a chain that’s the desired length. Make sure the chain is tight, but not too tight – if it’s too tight, it will be difficult to style and/or wash your locs.
Next, crochet two loops (one in each color) on your hook. Be sure to keep the tension even – you don’t want any loops to be too big or too small.
Now, style and/or wash your locs as you normally would. We recommend washing them every other day at first, and then gradually increasing the frequency as they start to last longer.
Step 3: Make New Locs
If you want to make new locs, just follow the same steps as before. Just make a chain that’s the desired length and crochet two loops in each color.
Be sure to keep the tension even – you don’t want any loops to be too big or too small.
Step 4: Style and/or Wash Your Locs
Once your locs have lasted for a few weeks or months, it’s time to style and/or wash them as needed.
We recommend washing them every other day at first, and then gradually increasing the frequency as they start to last longer.
And that’s it! Your crochet goddess locs are now ready to rock your world.
Can Crochet Faux Locs Be Washed?
Faux locs last anywhere from two weeks to two months, but how often you need to wash them depends on your lifestyle and personal preferences.
If you work out often, you may need to wash them more frequently. If you don’t care about your locs looking perfect all the time, you can go longer without washing them.
Faux locs, also called “crochet locs” or “instant locs,” are a type of hairstyle that can give you the look of dreadlocks without having to commit to a long-term commitment.
Crochet faux locs can be made using any type of hair fiber, but people usually use synthetic hair because it’s easier to style. The hair is looped through a cornrow base with a latch hook, and then the ends are sealed with hot water or an adhesive.
How Long Do Crochet Goddess Locs Last? Crochet Goddess Locs can last up to 3-6 weeks with proper care. The key to keeping your crochet goddess locs looking their best is to keep them moisturized and sealed. You will need to apply a light oil or moisturizer at least twice a week, and use a hair sealant every time you wash your hair.
We hope you enjoyed this tutorial on crochet goddess locs! They are a fun and easy project that can be completed in a few hours.