Hi all. I posted here yesterday, maybe 2 days ago, with pictures of my 10-week-old locks. It was suggested that I start them over because of the flipped sections, all the wax, and unhappy back of my head. (Honestly this hadn't even occured to me...dur!) I talked to the friend who started them and he said he didn't mind redoing them for me.
So I started combing/conditioning/working them out last night. They are almost all the way out, but I'm having a lot of trouble undoing the flipped sections (sigh). This was the part I wanted out the most! Anyway my question is, if I leave a little bit together at the roots, will it detrimental in any way to this next set? (Other than looking like a different section, but if I have to live with that I can.) Also if anyone has any tricks for undoing this part let me have 'em!
So I heard of people using applesauce to wash their hair on the no poo community. I'm having trouble finding more info. But it sounds like some people have problems with dandruff after washing with it and others don't. I think I shall try this. It's supposed to condition really well. Anyone ever tried this? What were your results?
Sorry No pics right now. Soon though cause I'm past the one year mark now.
I'm forgoing conditioner this month in preparation to dread my hair after Xmas. My hair always gets uber staticky in winter from the dry, heated air indoors and all the wool sweaters and coats. Anyone have ideas to help me tame the mane that wants to crawl in my eyes and nose from so much static? It's driving me crazy!
Also, is it better to section hair for dreads from the nape of the neck up toward the hairline (back-to-front), or from the hairline back toward the nape of the neck (front-to-back)?
Thank you all for your help the last few days.
I'm sooo excited! Can't wait to post photos!