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When people ask my why I cut them off, I often say I'm just starting a new set.
Hi there! My name is Sabbath, and this is my first time posting here, but I have perused the memories for a very long time. I recently (actually just short of two weeks ago), I had locks done by a very nice lady via the crochet method. Love them. LOVE them. Just a few questions -
- I don't know if it is okay to use my lush shampoo bar? I have had it for forever, and I would love to contiue using it. If not what recommendations (currently) does everyone have for a shampoo bar? I prefer the bars...
- I have a lot of loose hairs. Now, I actually LIKE that. I know this sounds crazy, because most people want to get their loose hair incorporated, but is it possible that they will evolve without that loose hair incorporating? I mean it means I am pretty fuzzy, but I kinda like the way the locks themselves look with some loose hairs here and there. Am I just crazy ;) ?
- Has anyone else had theirs done via the crochet method? And what kind of shrinkage did you get with that? I know I may react differently, but from what I have read everywhere this method involves the least amount of shrinkage.
- Is it okay to do apple cider rinse's on baby dreads? I have been doing them every 2-3 weeks for forever and would hate to stop now, but will gladly if it would cause a problem.
Anywho, here are a few pics, they are very young, but coming along nicely, I think! Thanks for any help, and I hope to be contributing to this community more often! I am also a knitter and felter and all around crafty person and I am working on opening an Etsy store to sell hand knit/felted items for dreadlocks. But it's not up and running yet, it will be soon. Sabbath's Dreadlock Adornknits