welcome read the washing dreads guide washing helps dreads dread
Welcome. All you need to start is to wash with a non residue shampoo. 2-3 times a week. Then separate as needed
Yeah, it won't start to dread until 6 inches in straight hair, usually. Dr Bronners is a shampoo I've heard good things about, but it can't be used in hard water areas. This site has shampoo and locking gel that many recommend. http://shop.dreadlockshampoo.com/
You can wash your hair. You need residue free soap, or you can use the baking soda/ ACV wash.http://www.dreadlockssite.com/forum/topics/bs-acv-wash-1
Other than that, don't brush your hair and dreads will grow. It will take some time, so learn to be patient and post some photos so we can see your progress and you can look back at the stages you went through.
Welcome. Just because you didn't use wax, doesn't make them natural. Natural locks are not tampered ith other than washing and separating.
Healthy locks should not stick up like sideshow bob. If you did that for the picture, good job, but if they look like that all day, there's an issue with their health
welcome those are natural? why do they sticik up like that
by natural you mean you did nothing to make then dread they just dreaded? or do you mean what salonsd call natural crochetted .waxed anything thats not plastic hair
just wondering cause dont see many natural dreads looking like that