Frequently Asked Questions
No. Thoroughly wash your own hair prior to each visit. By not doing so may result in you being turned away without service.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Services provided are all by appointment only. Walk-ins without notice are not accepted.