I Found a video on youtube that recomends rubbing fresh lemon juice in yout dreads. They said that it helps pull in loose hairs (locking up new fuzzies) and of course gives your locks that lemon-ey fresh scent. I would love to hear any advice on this.
updated by @Courtney J: 01/13/15 08:41:04PM
I've recently noticed that my dreads are pretty dry, not my scalp or anything, just the locks. Especially towards the ends. I was wondering what I could do to help them out without risking any damage or am I crazy and are these what normal dreads are like lol.
updated by @Courtney J: 01/13/15 08:37:53PM
I used the dreadhead hq soap for a little bit and it totally made my scalp itchy and flaky. It also made my dreads feel dry and scratchy on my neck, like brillo pads. SE's wash works wonders and so does dr bronners in my opintion And congrats on letting your dreads do what they will. It was the best thing ive done for mine.
My friends were all very excited. As for family, they all kinda expect me to be different so for a few months my grandparents acted like there was an elephant in the room they couldnt talk about. But finally struck up a convo asking questions about them. My dad was kinda weirded out about them but remained supportive. So far only two people have told me I should cut them
updated by @Courtney J: 07/23/15 03:59:38PM