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littlebee
@littlebee
06/08/15 09:44:15AM
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Can anyone help my poor scalp? My dreads are only babies and i dont ant to have to take them out.


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

Fab thanks. What dreadlock shampoo is this so I can look at it? Do you have a link? Thanks x

littlebee
@littlebee
06/07/15 02:30:58PM
4 posts

Can anyone help my poor scalp? My dreads are only babies and i dont ant to have to take them out.


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

So i have had a sensitive scalp for well over a year now, im not sure what trigured it but its always been quite managable. Until now! I have been putting dreads in slwoly with the twist n rip method and its going really well, i have only the top section of my head to do. My head has been itching quite a lot which i understand is normal and to be expected, im washing it twice a week to try keep the itching at bay using a lush shampoo bar. before dreading i didnt brush my hair hardly at all, i only used a lush shampoo bar to wash my hair and no conditioner. My scalp is now SO flakey, it looks awful :( I want to use a residue free shampoo but cant find any (im in the UK, not sure where everyone else is from) or i want to make my own but i dont know how. I hear lots about bicarb soda and apple cider rinse but not sure how often etc. Any help would be awesome. Thank you


updated by @littlebee: 06/07/15 08:02:10PM
littlebee
@littlebee
04/27/15 02:53:38PM
4 posts

Did I make a mistake? New,


Dreading Methods

Ok so I have been researching a while and came across the dreadheadhq site, this would be a great time to say I have not yet got dreads, and I loved their advice and the approach and after a week or so of debating and researching decided to buy their kit. I'm in England and the shipping is huge so to save on shipping I bought the huge kit and got free delivery. Since then I've started seeing a few people saying certain products are no good etc. I don't fancy the leave them and wait method but also don't want to spend my whole first year messing with them but I figured stuff like the locking spray and tools would be real useful to help them not get too crazy. I haven't completely waisted my money have I? I hope at least some will be good like the shampoos etc. Also I had fully decided on the back combing method but now I keep wondering about twist n rip! Everyone has a different opinion and it's so hard to kno what's the best for me but on dreadheadhq they say twist n rip dreads will most likely have to be cut out but back combing they gar untie you can comb out with the help of some products. I have super long hair so in a couple of years if I don't totally adore my dreads, though I'm sure I will, I would like to hope I may be able to brush them out instead of cutting them off. Anyway, any advice would be nice, please be gentle im only learning :-) x

 

littlebee
@littlebee
04/27/15 02:44:59PM
4 posts

Did I make a mistake? New,


Dreading Methods


updated by @littlebee: 04/27/15 04:23:14PM