Okay, first off, Hello everyone! Now, lets get down and funky... With questions. I heard recently that coconut oil is really good for dreads, so, I mean, if you have an opinion on that I would…Continue
"My hair is matted as shit, n i never touch the tips, hey dont fully dread n blunt for a reason, for water to drain out. People are always teying to
B.force their bodies to do shit thats unnatural. My hair is nappy and kinky as shit, n i never palm…"
"actualy it only seems to help..extremely temporarily and you will have the sameresults by doing nothing
but agre with you about the food ive been vegatarian 29 years and my hairs amazingly healthy and strong
"I guess this forum isnt for people with kinky n natty hair like mine, cause the palm rolling worked for me, no excessive, just every once n awhile, and and i use Bronner Brothers super hair aid, has natural oils...including coconut and sometimes i…"
"i wrapped each of my dreads every few inches with brightly colored elastic hair ties (not the rubbery ones) for two days and then immediately took them out. this actually helped out in forming some of my dreads that i had issues with in the…"
"i don't know about coconut oil. Listen to everyone else on that one lol. I'm guessing its the bee's knees (lol) once your dreads are mature but to use sparingly prior to that point.
As far as palm rolling and bands go I would NOT use…"
"Coconut oil is extremely conditioning/moisturizing. Very oily. Getting it out of your hair takes a lot of cleaning.
My hair loves it though.
I've used it twice in the 4 months I've been dreading my hair and haven't noticed any loss of…"
"I have no idea about coconut oil, but I used it on my skin for my eczema and it seems like something that'd be stupid to put in your hair, at least at an early stage. I used it as a moisturiser, so no doubt it'd be conditioning.
"Well, if you don't palm roll hard, you aren't going to get anywhere, And if you do it hard, you will thin out your root and severely weaken your locks. And as they grow, they might not be able to support their own weight, no…"