I have looked through the memories and I had a hard time finding an Etsy shop list.
I don't have dreads, but a few friends do, and I want to get them each a crocheted tam.
If you have an Etsy shop that sells accessories for spaghetti-headed folk, please post a link!
I'm washing my woolies about once a fortnight (trying to keep it to a minimum to avoid traction alepecia.or well making it worse).
I'm wondering if there is something that will make the wool soft again? Since the last couple of washes it's become more scratchy and rough. Im only using a rinse of water and head & shoulders.
I've thought of using wool wash?! but im not sure that would be good for my scalp?
I checked the memories on this. I was pretty stupid when I started my dreads and I didn't section them; I let them section themselves and one of them made a large bad section at the base of my neck that has been hurting me and bugging me. I hate it it's flat and ugly. I don't want to rip it into two dreads because it is quite matted. My idea is to comb it out and then section it into smaller dreads. Does that sound like a good or bad thing? If it's bad what should I do?
Edit: Well I combed out the dread and I will be dreading 2 or 3 dreads. I don't have time tonight because I have to wake up early. But I wanted to say I am very glad I combed that dread out. My head already feels better and I found a huge chunk of wax hidden from when it was first started and my mom was trying to 'help' me. It was scary!
I really want to get dreads, and I'm not comfortable doing them myself so i'm trying to find someone in Minnesota that will do them for me! I was told to try Hair Police, has anyone ever had experience with this place? What exactly IS a dread perm? Anyone else know where I can get dreads done in Minnesota?