ok..next best thing so not a bad choice
Welcome to the community Eleanor. You are off to a good start by learning all you can ahead of time. This is the best site for all your healthy dreadie needs. ...Peace
welcome how are u starting
Welcome. How are you thinking of starting? Check out the dreaducation page first, if you haven't yet. Then take a look through the timeline forums to see what the coming weeks/months will look like
well yea we love dreads...not marketting..
thats why were here to be the 1 site u can trust
try the teatree rosemarty bar from dreadlockshampoo.com or rthe baking soda acv with teatree risemary
It does have SLS in it, which is a detergent. It can work a little. But it's extremely toxic. If hey haven't shipped it out yet, I'd try o cancel the order.
It is better than Knotty boy shampoo. But it's still not good for locks
Practically any will do. Clarifying shampoos strip away oils. They do leave a small amount of their own. But that's ok. It will come away with time and continued washing with your normal routine.
I know it's not verydesirable, but a good clarifying shampoo will completely get rid of residue build up. You don't need a lot. In fact, you can get a travle sized bottle that is only good for 2-3 washes, and that's all you'd need.
welcome what products were u using
u notice even a year 1/2 later they still have that crochetted look?
crochet recovery takes a very long time
its just a horible method