Are my dreads undreading
Yea thats a good idea. The wax removal was done about 1 year after I got them done and its now been about 1 year since I did the wax removal
Gday so just over a year ago I want through the long snd anoying task of removing the wax from my dreads and I think I was pretty sucsesfull. But now a year on the dreads that were there are starting to do there own thing and get some character which is awsome, but there seems to be a whole lot of hait which is not dreding and the ends are nearly all loose any tips or help would be much appriciated.
so i am in the process of removing the bees wax from my dreads and am having some difficulty getting it all out. they were done at a salon with bees wax and i went back for "maintenance" twice where they melted more bees wax in them so it is pretty deep and a fair bit in there still, but alot better than before. ive tried the dipping the dreads in boiling water and then using soap, this worked really well for the first 2 or 3 times but now it dose not seem to be working as well. i have also used wax b gone twice and it is working i think, i have found it difficult to massage it in because some are still quite hard. any tips or hints would be extremely helpful.
had a go with the dish soap tonight got some wax out but there is still heaps left and a fair bit of dirt and stuff out considering it is the first time i have washed them since i got them. is there a special technique to applying the dish soap, i kinda just rubbed it in and then washed it out with hot water. should i do this every day? and can i also do it every day with wax b gone? should i also be using dread shampoo while in the de-waxing process?
gday so i got my dreads done at a salon about a year ago so there with wax and i probably dident research enough and now i want to get rid of the wax, would you have any tips, will 'wax b gone' work because there is a fair bit of wax in them. or is it easier to chop em off and start again they also have heaps of dirt and crap i them because i was told not to wash them and i work on a construction site and there is lots of dust about.
any help or tips are greatly appreciated