LOST HAIR DUE TO CROCHET
I don't know how to describe it, but I lost sections of hair, not the entire strand from the root, but it broke and sometimes small, sometimes larger pieces of hair, like as if you brushed out a tiny knot from your hair and it broke off.
Hope all is well on your end. just seeing if you ever looked into making that barrel drum? would be awesome to see. I have a friend who makes goat milk soap sprays and face scrubs. she ended up giving me a goatskin that needed to be scraped all the fat off, although i left the hair. im working on 3 ceramic drums that one of my buddies a local artist threw. ill throw up a little timeline of the drum progression, like i said before, your work looks great. peace
Super helpful tip about the hard/soft water thing, thanks!!
Thank you...so glAD TO BE HERE!!
PS: What is too fast of a time frame for hair to lock up, or is there such a thing? And is there a way to prevent the hair from locking so close to the scalp? I left over an inch space from scalp to hair and it seems as some of them are starting to lock right up to the scalp. :/
Thanks again! I did order that dread shampoo to try it out, I bought Vicki's unscented version because I have a huge supply of essential oils and herbs, etc. as it is part of my work, anyway, here's my experience thus far: The first time I tried it, as my hair dried, it became VERY dry. I walked around half the day trying to figure out why my hair was feeling like you could flip me over and use my head as a damn SOS scrub pad... I was freaking out a bit, until I realized, SEA SALT. When I spent a week at the beach, this was exactly what my hair would feel like after the babies dried and I would rinse them out and add some Dr. Bronners and rinse again. SO, what I did was add Jojoba, Coconut, Vitamin E, and Patchouli to a spray bottle of water and sprayed my hair, and this relaxed that feeling somewhat over the next few hours while it penetrated in. I have added those ingredients to Vicki's shampoo (I see it has Coconut oil in it), and maybe the next wash will have a calmer effect. I am thinking I will also dilute the shampoo into another bottle as well. My hair is actually chemically processed for Aeons, honestly, but I never use any dyes with Ammonia, and try to use organic as possible, and only dye my roots as the color never really fades out of my hair. I seriously doubt I will ever stop dying this hair of mine, so I have always been very picky with what products go on it. I love all the tips you have put out there for everyone, very detailed and informative. You and the rest of the members have a done a fabulous job on this website. : )
Thanks again a million times over.