- Treatments for dry and flaky scalp?
- Best way to remove lint trapped in dreadlocks?
- Do you accept walk-in appointments?
- Can I start out with a hair consultation?
- Good dreadlocks shampoo for washing?
- How do I wash my dreadlocks?
- When to wash dreadlocks after startup installation?
- Do you wash Clients hair?
- What are the advantages of Crochet Dreadlocks?
- What hair type is best suited for Crochet Dreadlocks?
- How long does the Crochet Dreadlocks process take?
- Can I remove crochet dreadlocks after the process is complete?
- What are Crochet Dreadlocks and how are they formed?
Treatments for dry and flaky scalp?
Coconut oil is a great choice to dramatically reduce the amount of dandruff created while keeeping your hair shiny and moisturized. Other natural oils however such as argan oil, black seesd oil and oilve oil will also provide beneficial treatment for dry flaky scalp.
Best way to remove lint trapped in dreadlocks?
You may purchase apple cider vinegar for an ACV wash. This will help put the link and unwanted residue to the surface of the hair making it easier to pick out. For deeply rooted lint you may use a tweezer to careful remove the lint.
Do you accept walk-in appointments?
Services provided are all by appointment only. Walk-ins without notice are not accepted.
Can I start out with a hair consultation?
Good dreadlocks shampoo for washing?
Reduce residue built up in your hair by using an all natural clarifying (transparent) shampoo of your choice. Liquified black soap shampoo for example works up a great lather and deeply cleans your dreadlocks.
How do I wash my dreadlocks?
Choose a natural shampoo that builds up a good lather to carry unwanted material away. Wash hair as you normally would by lathering and thoroughly getting into the scalp. Squeeze water out of the ends of your dreadlocks to help the drying process.
As your hair lengthens your wet dreadlocks will become increasly heavier. Sectioning your hair into for example four parts will make the task easier. Literally scrubbing your dreadlocks together in bunches will do wonders for throughly cleaning your hair.
When to wash dreadlocks after startup installation?
You may wait about three to four weeks before your first wash. This would provide time for your hair to set and get use to the form. When ready, be gently and let your running water and shampoo do most of the work until your dreadlocks are cured.
Do you wash Clients hair?
No. Thoroughly wash your own hair prior to each visit. By not doing so may result in you being turned away without service.
What are the advantages of Crochet Dreadlocks?
Stacked up against the other dreadlocks methods crochet dreadlocks offers the fastest locking solution that’s available. Clients benefit from an accelerated curing process due to the massive entanglement created by the pointy crochet needle.
After the crochet dreadlocks session is complete you will be pleased that your hair will have the instant appearance of mature dreadlocks. However, it does not end there. Less frequent maintenance visits means you also have the most cost effective method to maintain your know beautiful dreadlocks.
What hair type is best suited for Crochet Dreadlocks?
Though the crochet locking method is highly recommended for most, hair texture and client personality are two things to consider in terms of the best suitability. The texture of hair best suited for crochet dreadlocks are individuals that possess straight and wavy hair types. Persons of European or Asian ancestry benefit most This is because other methods do not provide binding required for such hair type
How long does the Crochet Dreadlocks process take?
The crochet dreadlocks process can take anywhere from four (4) to eight (8) hours depending on the amount and length of hair (including loc extensions). Complimentary movies and refreshments are always available to enjoy. Expect to take a break or two for longer appointments. Parking, WiFi access and a clean restroom is also available for your stay.
Can I remove crochet dreadlocks after the process is complete?
With some effort newly formed crochet dreadlocks may be removed with a fine tooth comb, however when the crochet dreadlocks reach maturity lots of conditioner will be needed along with the fine tooth comb to eventually loosen your hair. Before deciding to crochet your hair be sure that a permanent dreadlocks solution is what you really want. Otherwise, your hair may be left looking undesirable due to hair loss, and change of texture which may result in you deciding to shave or cut your hair in the end.
What are Crochet Dreadlocks and how are they formed?
Crochet dreadlocks are separated strands of hair that have been formed (manicured) by a crochet needle. The action of the crochet needle creates knotted hair from base to tip forming the appearance of a dreadlock