September 23, 2012 - Posted by Sisterlocks Home Office Moderator

So often we’re asked questions about children and Sisterlocks.  How old does a child have to be to get Sisterlocks?  Will my child be subjected to peer pressure because of his/her locks?  How do I get him/her to sit through maintenance session?

Based on your concerns we’ve dedicated a section of the Blog to Children and Locks.  We look forward to the dialogue on this topic.  This journey, for children, can be very fun and freeing but it can also have a few challenges along the way.  Please check in often for information on this subject. 

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    1. drienv says:

      I have only had my sisterlocks for a year and a half now I would like to sisterlock my 4 year old daughter’s hair. I spoke with my consultant about this and my daughter would be her youngest client. My question is how young is to young? My consultant did say she had concerns when my daughter gets older and her head growing bigger. Is this something I should worry about? Just wait or what?

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