Welcome to the community J.B. I see you had dreads once before, hard to never have them again isn't it! This site has all the healthy info you will need to keep your natural journey happy. The dreaducation section at the top of the site got me off to a great start, a good place to begin. There are groups on this site you can join, just use the search bar near the top left and type in music groups or band groups...it will get you to those posts...you can connect with other people with your same interests....Enjoy the site and your second journey.....Peace
Welcome. Eagle's right about lemon juice. It is only good for damaging your hair. Lemon and lime juices are citric acid. While not strong on the scale of acids, it is more than strong enough to seep into your hair shaft and degrade it from the inside. People use lemon juice to lighten their hair. That lightening is how the damage shows up. It will make your hair brittle and weak.
Also, to reinforce what Eagle said about twisting and interlocking, check out this video:
Welcome to the community Aliyah. Soaring Eagle has had dreads for over 22 years and is the best help ever for healthy life long lasting dreads. You will find a wealth of information in the Dreaducation section found at the top of this site.
Have a wonderful dread journey.....Peace
welcome dont use lemon juice! it disolves the hair from the inside out
also looks like u interlocked or twisted way too yight
u will end up bald from thast the sections u got are as big as u wilk ever want they will be fat dreads (unless u interlock tillmyour bald) salons screw you and intentionaly make the sections too big to give you room for thinning and balding they know they will eventualy make u bak]=ld so you have thin dreads surounded by wide bald gaps so they give u room for thinning
if u stop twisting otr interlicking they will recover byt will be thick as quarters or 1/2 dollars