thats just cause you used conditioners i wouldnt worry even if they fall out completely they will dread back up naturallyso just toss the shaampoo and conditioner order some good dread shampoo and your good to go
No wax. All natural. It is like the bottom six inches though not just three. The top six inches went great no complaint at all.
ok well thats why nothings dreading yet they are 2 days old and you used conditioner go to www.dreadlockshampoo.com (you can use any other but these are by far the best there is) get a couple bottles of the liquid, maybe the sea salt accelerator (i assume u used absolutely no wax right) that sites flat rate shipping so you can get 4-6 products in a box before shipping goes up the liquid will have it dreading the fastest
bars save for when they reach maturity
all the answers you need are right here over a million pages of answers
by bottoms you mean root or tip you say they are "new" how new
both roots and tips get looser before they get tighter, typically up to 3 inches at each end then tighten up in both directions closer to maturity
however your best off if they dont dread to the tips and blunt the tips cause loose tips let water run out blunt tips make thenm take 5 times longer to dry
Two days ago I started my dreads so two days ago I shampoed and conditiondo with store bought 99 cent shampoo
any ideas on why the bottoms won't dread? Haha thanks for all the advice. I actually don't know anyone who has any so hard for me to get answers
a sea salt shampoo spray or soak will help alot but still going to take time, what have you been washing with so far and ghow offten
it will go away on its own slowly but you will always have some
if you crochet yoi break so many hairs that during recovery you have 10 times more fuzz ..just ignore it dreads take time its a beautiful process and not worrying over the mess is transformative thats the best part of dreading not even looking in the mirror to see if there is frizz or not
Okay cool will skip the crochet. How do I get rid of thefuzz though ?
read the crochet recovery sections crochet causes extreme damage, 1 use generaly delays any dreading at all by 6 months and then takes 3 years to recover from its 1 of the worse things yyou can do to dreads