here are some of my glass dread beads :)
Neil looked at your FB page but couldn't find any beads. Love your work.
Do you list them as you make them?
Merry Meet to all,
I couldn't wait til next month to show off my beloved dreads!
July 6th. we will have been a together for a full year & believe me when I say we've had our ups & downs- those dreaded fuzzy days when they decided to go wild & free, not behaving in the least!
Having dreads has taught me to slow down & have patience, no matter how much you try you just can't make natural dreadlocks dread any faster than they want! LOL
I also want to thank Soaring Eagle & the other members here for making this forum available to all of us dreadies, without this friendly & warm nest I would have done all the wrong methods to my hair & thus not had this wonderful journey I've had & will continue to have throughout my dreadlock years. AND not to forget healthy hair!
Blessed Be friends.
Has anything thing new happened with this?
Just wondering since no ones been posting for awhile now.
I've got a lot of hair that isn't dreading, I understand that not everyone dreads the same, and my dreads have undreaded hair ts the ends.
I wash my hair with the natural dreadlocks shampoo once a week & do the BS ACV rinse every two days, should I shampoo more often & do the BS ACV less?
I also have hard water & the BS doesn't dissolve in the water every well, could this be a problem?
Thanks for any suggestions.
I work outside in the summer & have to keep my dreads up, I've only been dreading for about 3 months.
I use one of those big claw type hair clips to keep my dreads/hair up off my neck & out of my face. Maybe you could use one of these clips, they keep your hair up but aren't as tight as a bun. I do have to separate my dreads every night.
Hope this helps.
My hair tends to be soft, silkie & straight even though its thick, it wasn't dreading when I was doing an avc rinse after & thats why I've been skipping the avc rinse.
Can I do an acv rinse just once or twice a week or should I do it after every BS rinse since I just have baby dreads?
Thank you for your help Soaring Eagle
soaring eagle said:
yes yes yes do acv after bs or you will fry the hair
seperate after every wash if needed
I work outside most days & have to have my hair pulled back & up, basically out of my face & out of the way.
My dreads are just over a month old & dreading like crazy! This is where the problem starts... most of the stray hairs are grabbing onto the existing dreads & making one huge mess, I'm afraid of congos.
I do the BS rinse every 3 days & wash with shampoo once a week, this is when I separate the dreads because its much easier when my hair is wet. Hurts like hell trying to separate.
Question... should I do an ACV rinse after the BS ? Should I just wet my hair everyday to separate or would this be to much on the baby dreads?
Appreciate any help.
Blessing, Moon Raven.