dread newbie please help
updated by @dathrill-helton: 02/14/15 04:44:54AM
wash, separate & live. it will take care of the rest
DaThrill Helton said:
I have gotten some tips on my page. I need to know more abt the natural process. Do i just let my hair do its thing and it will dtead automatically or will some twisting be involved eventually. sorty i don't want to do anything else wrong!! Also is it ok to sleep on it uncovered.
Well in that case twisting will do absolutely nothing for. White people don't twist. You can just leave that backcombed hair in and just let it do its thing. Thats what I did. They will look a little straighter than natural dreads, but they will still have some character. But yeah, all you need to do is wash 1-3 times a week with a 'dread-friendly' shampoo, and seperate as needed. A little sea salt water will help every once in a while too. But thats all, anything else will just damage hair and prevent progress. Good luck
Hey Newbie....Im right there wit ya man....Im starting fresh from a 20+ years of no dreads....and I didnt do them myself when I had them at 18yrs. old....lol....had them for about 10 yrs. +....but then let myself get sucked into corporate america and cut them all off....now Im starting all over again....lets stay in touch on our dread progress...