u see salons thoink this looks 'tidy" and "neat" but its really very bad for the scalp and leads to balding if you only been to the shop twice they are a shop that needs to be avoided at all cost 10 timees and your dreads would be barely hanging on
alotta african americans are conditioed to believe tho=is is a desirable look but thats why 50k 16 year old afcrican americans a year need transplants salons force dread and braid roots to be so tight it pulls every hair out of the scalp
click members then the hair experts buton at the top
no 9itf u stop it they will slowly get healthy but u gotta keep the tension off the roots and massage the scalp to increase bloodflow consult with panterra caraway on here in the hair and scalp experts category
are u going to a loctician thats what caused this
Watch this http://www.dreadlockssite.com/page/crocheting-method-making. I know how to grow healthy dreads, but looks like you are one of the victims of salon dreads, and I don't have experience repairing that kind of damage. I would however say stop crocheting, interlocking, or going to the salon at all. Vitamin E and biotin are good for your hair, so are the natural oils of your scalp, as well as a good massage. Shampoos and conditioners that leave residue or condition your hair are bad, as is anything with sodium lauryl sulfate, wax is terrible. Looks to me as if your roots are way too tight though. I'd just let it grow and be patient, it will take time for your hair to heal and the dreading you have got so far will be weaker from the crocheting, it will frizz up and look unkempt at first, but over time it will start locking correctly and clean itself up a bit. Keeping your dreads "neat and orderly" is what's causing this damage, you are sacrificing health for appearance, subside the ego and let your hair grow how it does. I wish you a speedy recovery whatever path you choose to take.