so because i dont pay attention and dont feel like drudgeing through old posts:
when doing a salt water soak
do you use warm or cold water?
how long do you soak the hair?
do you palmroll when dry, or while drying?
anything else i need to know?
i get to go home for spring break, and wanted to pretend that im going to beach by salt dunking my hair. it turns out that i am way to poor to actually go anywhere.
there 8 months and there blue but i dont have a scanner or a digi cam so just take my word for it
i have a bead i would really like to put on one of my dreads, but the hole is too small.. i would just try and us a mini drill to make the hole bigger but it's glass.. is there hope?
the bead is a cylindrical shape about three fourths of an inch long, and a diameter of about half an inch. the hole's just itty bitty.
I dreaded my hair about 2 months ago. And I am in love love love with being a dreadhead. (Actually I just checked the date and this is my two month dread anniversary- GO ME!)
Anyway, I've always had super frizzy hair. Just recently, my dreads have been getting really frizzy and I'm not digging it quite so much. I mean, it's fine, and dreads are about patience and imperfection, so I can deal, but is there anything to be done about it? Anyone in here with frizzy hair?
I had been hoping that the waxing would help it, but I am thinking about not using the wax anymore (at least on a trial basis). I wash my hair with dread shampoo appx. once a week, and usually do the salt water spray afterwards. I was doing the wax in the middle of the week between washings, but I think I'm going to switch that for an extra salt water spray/palmrolling. Might this help?
so, i finally dreaded my hair.
i was wondering how long i should leave the elastics in my hair for?
or was i supposed to take them out right after the dreading process?
knotty boy is the best. it isn't super greasy and gross like the other waxes i have encountered. it was well worth the money.
thanks for the help =)