I started dreads on my husband about a week ago, and his scalp is *mad* itching!
Does anyone have any quick home remedies for itchy scalp before he gives it all up??
hey everyone - i'm a new member here.
a few weeks ago i wanted to do something drastic with my hair. i decided i would either get it all chopped off into a hip kelly-osbourne cut, or i would get dread. i opted for the cut. but now i've decided that at some point, i AM going to get dreads. i just don't know how to go about it.
the natural way is just not washing or brushing your hair for x amount of time, am i right? my friend has also told me you can take a comb and brush TOWARDS your scalp. but i've seen lots of different kinds of dreads. if i'm going to do it, how can i be sure i'm going to get the look i want when it's all done?
what are ALL the different methods of dreading? how can you do it naturally?
I need a bit of help with getting my dreads a bit tighter, but these aren't normal dreads...Let me explain:
My hair is EXTREMLEY thick and very wavy/curly...I noticed that after a while my hair wound together. I decided to let it go for a couple months and waited to see if it would dread after a while...Surely enough, it did!
My hair has not seen a comb or shampoo in 6 months, so they are pretty well formed, I'd say about 90 percent. There are a couple areas, however that aren't as tight as I'd like them to be. What are the best ways to get them tight? I'm open to anything.
Maybe after they're nice I'll post a picture up here
the other day I had my hair back but my lone dread fell out of the holdy thing.. and wapped me in the nose!! another time.. i was walking down the street and spun it around and kissed it *just because i felt like it*! yeah! ;P
I have been reading in this community for a while that t tree oil is good for the scalp. I'm not real good with that, but tonight I picked up some stuff called Parnevu that came from WalMart. Do you think it would be okay on my scalp? Also, how often should I use it?