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If you’re interested in having just a handful of locks mixed in with a majority of your hair still free-flowing, then all you have to do pick an area to section your locks in, and start them with a method of your choice. Popular areas are behind the ears and the nape of the neck, though there are other creative placements, too.
Aftercare does not require much and will not affect how you wash the rest of your unlocked hair.
We have a tag packed full of starting tips, sectioning tips, photos, and other Q&As that I suggest you read over before starting. It should answer any other question you have!
If questions still remain after reading the tag, please let us know! We would love to help.