Are those shampoo good?
well besides researching if they are toxic you can get an idea oif what each ingredients purpose is , and guesstimate how conditioning they might be etc
Don't use the bs/acv! my biggest mistake was ever recommending that.. it severely weakens your hair its very harsh
its hard to say for sure the bars sound ok but might be a lil conditioning
the liquid i would google those ingredients see what you fiond (im sick with sinus infection that's got me way too spacy to research each ingredient right now, if i feel better later ill try)
with beads, i never measured (or bought any they were all gifts or trades)
so i just tried the bead on dread after dread till i found 1 it fit on..and stuck
since you have 200 dreads of varying sizes you have many to choose from
so get a bead approximately the size of 1 of the thinner then average 1's then just try it oin dread after dread till it finds its home
dreadlocks shampoo is the best dread shampoo there is, and is made for hard water
it's as natural and organic as bronners, and as ethical (if not more so)
yea toss the towel use the liquid till mature then switch to bar
the liquid will make it knot up fast
lose the hat too
let us know how that changes things
the hat will prevent it from dreading
1st check your water type if its moderately hard, or harder, don't use bronners!
tell your boss that your dreading (look in the featured discussions for your legal rights explained) then go to work with messy hair and l,et it dread.
when washing carefully only wash the scalp, try not to rub the hair around, then rinse and shake gently then air/drip/sun dry
using a towel can wipe out months of progress
wash gently treat it gently till its knotted and don't wear a hat
if a hats unavoidable a loose tam like wool hats best