has anyone here gone from regular hair to baby dreads/dreads with only using the liquid dreadlocksshampoo?
updated by @teddyjo: 02/14/15 04:46:43AM
lots have including vicki who makes it well 1 dread
shes got 4 now 1 was formed jut using the shampoo 1 the gel 2 the seasalt
she tests everything on herself
theres been many others i just cant think of who off the top of my head
i find new baby dreads all the time just using the bar
amazing informations here.
I ordered 3 bars [teatreet & rosemary, patchouli and goddess] and the lockin up liquid shampoo [dragons blood].
So, the liquid is best than the bars for baby dreads?
How can i work the liquid shampoo on my hair? [do i need to touch the hair? how can i wash without messing too much with my hair?]
in fact i bought the goddess bar to my girlfriend [i'll give her as a gift, she will love it for hair and body wash].
My fear about messing too much with my hair is that... i'm at 9 months of full neglect, but i have some new 9 baby still sections [i have completelly ripped 3 dreads into 9 thin sections], and lots of stray hairs...
well it will arrive here tomorrow or friday, i'm anxious to wash my hair with these products, because i have hard water here, and baking soda leave some kind of oily residue at my scalp no matter the quantity of bs i put in my mix. And with these products i think i'll save time on the bath.
thanks for the response!
The liquid will really help dread the hair, don't be scared to touch it. When you wash, that is the most progress you will get. When you wash with the liquid, rub your scalp and hair as you would normally wash, but be more gently with towel after, just pat it dry, then air dry. You'll see fast progress if your hair is long enough.