Butterfly locs is a trendy hairstyle that is largely worn by fashion enthusiasts for showing a vibrant and aggressive outlook and to create a mischievous and unique personality.
There are different types of butterfly locs including distressed, goddess, faux, bohemian, jaw length and shoulder length butterfly locs. For cleaning purposes, you may dip your butterfly locs in water, but do it only after removing it from your hair. It is important to do butterfly locs gradually and thoroughly to avoid any damage to your natural hair.
Types of Butterfly Locs
Some of the most popular types of butterfly locs are given in the following for your better understanding:
Bohemian Distressed Locs
The distressed locs are also known as messy locs that can be designed with a mix of different textured braiding hair to deliver you a distressed look. They are designed in a way to last for upto 3 months if properly taken care of. You can use different kinds of hair for these messy locs such as water wave hair, Marley hair or spring twists, etc.
These locs are manufactured to mimic the natural dreadlocks. They are impressively designed to provide freedom to you and enjoy a beautiful hairstyle which is rich in both culture and history. The duration these locs last is not fixed but with absolute care, they go around for 2 to 3 months at best. The price of faux locs depends completely on the size, length, method and type of hair.
The soft locs are designed to be soft in texture and appearance. They are made using a mixture of different textured hair such as with knot, no knot or knotless method.
These locs can be compared to faux locs but there is a major difference between them such as goddess locs having curly hair which is not much required in faux locs. While the curly hair bits are quite some addition to the goddess locs at the end.