"I want to start my Loc journey. I did my hair in two-strand twists about two weeks ago, could I start them from there? How long does it take to loc? Its itching and starting to frizz, should I take the two-strand twists out and do finger coils?"
First thing that I am going to say is yes, you can start Traditional Locs from Two-Strand Twists. However, please be aware that as they begin to mature and start to loc the twists will swell up and get a lot thicker. More often than not, people don't take that factor into consideration and end up unhappy with their locs after a few months because they've become too large.
How long does it take to loc? This question is going to vary from person to person depending on your hair texture and hair care regimen. A more tightly coiled (kinky) hair texture will loc really quickly, where as a soft, loosely coiled (curly) hair texture can take months to years to loc. I am currently 15 months into my Sisterlock Journey and there are areas that are just as loose as before I had my Sisterlocks installed. A loc journey really teaches you patience.
Also, with locs comes frizz. Having frizzy locs and/or roots is not really something that you can control, especially if your hair is soft. Using Aloe Vera Gel is an all natural way to help manage it, but by no means will it alleviate frizzness completely. To help control some of the itching, you can try Witch Hazel or my specially forrmulated blend of Anti-Itch Spritz [HERE].
I would not recommend starting Locs with finger/comb coils because coils will have a hollow center and will take a lot longer to loc and are more prone to unraveling and/or odd shaped locs. My suggestion is to determine what size you want your Locs to be and have them started about half that size with two-strand twists to allow them space to swell and mat.
Also, check out Michelle's Hair Feature [HERE] she just began her loc journey a few months ago with two-strand twists and she has been pretty frequent with updates on their progress via her YouTube channel [HERE].