Dreadlock Education

Sick and tired of Dandruff with Dreads? We’ve all been there and with all the different causes to your Dreadlock Dandruff we know how it feels like an endless battle. In this article we’ll cover all the causes for Itchy Dread Dandruff and give you practical solutions so that you can finally gain control of…

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Many people with Dreadlocks prefer the most natural route for their lifestyle, and soap is certainly one of them. Although Castile soaps such as Dr Bronner’s are considered natural and biodegradable they are often used as a common Soap for Dreads without understanding how they can damage your hair! This article will explain why Castile Soaps…

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Many "residue free" shampoos and many "Dreadlock Shampoos" leave residue behind which build up inside your dreadlocks. Don't let this happen to you! Find the best residue free Shampoo for Dreads right here with our Dreadlock Shampoo guide and rating system. SHARE AND HELP A FRIEND The top 3 Best Residue Free Shampoos for Dreads…
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Our Aftercare Guide is intended for anyone who crochets, backcombs, or freeforms their dreadlocks. It explains everything you need to properly take care of your dreadlocks. It is designed specifically for our clients after their first installation or maintenance. If you’re a client of ours we highly recommend reading over this entire guide. ** Not…

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Using Dreadlock Rubber Bands can help to manage your loose hair HOWEVER, if used improperly, Rubber Bands can also cause problems! We're going to discuss everything you need to know about Rubber Band Dreads and how to prevent the problems of misuse. SHARE AND HELP A FRIEND Different types of Rubber Bands for Dreadlocks   Before…
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Many African Americans and South Africans with Dreadlocks in the United States struggle to find a professional with the proper experience to crochet their Afro Dreads properly. Often times they end up going to a salon to get them retwisted or interlocked. Allowing these salons to use those methods usually leads to your dreadlocks thinning…
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In this post you'll learn how to clean your dreadlocks with the magical Dread Cleanse. We'll be using a Baking Soda Soak (aka Bicarbonate of Soda) with an Apple Cider Vinegar rinse (ACV) to get rid of buildup in your dreadlocks and trust me there's a lot more than you think! I'll be explaining the most important things…
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