What are Interlocks
Interlocks involves pulling the tip of the hair/lock through itself at the base of the head using a tool in a rotation fashion to form/maintain locks. This technique will allow individuals to freely shampoo their hair directly after a retightening, as the hair will stay in place unlike the palm roll method. Those who have Sisterlocks enjoy the same benefit of shampooing their hair directly after a retightening.
What is RYL Interlocks
RYL Interlocks involves pulling the tip of the hair/lock through itself at the base of the head using a tool in a rotation fashion to form/maintain locks. The difference between this technique and traditional interlocking methods, is how the locks are formed in the beginning. Most will start lnterlocks by braiding or twisting the hair, the RYL Interlock uses a different method. This technique as with Interlocks will allow individuals to freely shampoo their hair directly after a retightening.
RYL Interlocks does not consider your hair density nor curl pattern, which is different from Sisterlocks. Essentially, there is only one locking pattern that is used when establishing RYL Interlocks. The size of established locks are small but are larger than Sisterlocks. In the beginning, many confused Interlocks for Sisterlocks but over time as the locks mature there is a visible difference. Interlock are more fuller/fluffier than Sisterlocks.
RYL Interlocks require 2 days to establish and in some cases only 1 day.
Cost: $600 (up to 6" of hair length)
Retightening Cost: $126 (Includes complimentary basic style if desired)
Retightening Frequency: Every other month (6 times a year)