Welcome. Crocheting is the most damaging thing that can be done to locks. It breaks your hairs into smaller and smaller pieces which weakens your locks and can makes them snap off in places, as well as fall out at the root.
What's in the shampoo? We can help figure out if it's a good shampoo for locks
readup on the exftreme destruction crochet does and check out the crochet recovery sections doing it only 1 time will delay progress by 6 months usualy its really a shame anyon e ever suggests it
welcome but crochers a horible mistake it does extreme damage im not sure if thAt shampoo is any good eirther
Welcome. Dreadlocks are still normal hair. They grow like normal hair. Even when mature, they don't grow out of your head in 1 thick strand. Because of this, you will always have loos hairs at the roots. Your scalp should always look like a bit of a rats nest. This is healthy. If you can ever see scalp showing in between each lock, you're on the fast track to making yourself go bald.
What you need to do is get all of the wax and gels out of your hair. Wax is a hydrocarbon, which means no amount of water and normal soap will get it out. you NEED a detergent. Detergents are the only way to get wax out of your hair.
You HAVE TO wash more. Only washing once a month will leave your hair dirty. It won't lock when it's dirty. Just because it doesn't smell, or feel oily, doesn't mean it's clean. Dirt and dust will prevent locking too.
Salons destroy locks. Even if they say the specialize in locks. They specialize in how to create damaged locks that won't last you a lifetime.
u also should wash way more often with a dread shampoo 2-3 times a week
welcvome but never ever go to a salon and get that nasty wax out wax is a dread kller
nexzrt leave the hair at the scalp alone if u force it in the dreads u will end up bald