To maintain shiny dreads and to remove any residue, follow this lock maintenance recipe.
Wash locks with a clarifying shampoo.
After shampoo is rinsed from hair and locks are squeezed to remove as much water as possible, soak your locks in Apple Cider Vinegar.
Pour it on the scalp from the roots and then down on each individual lock.
Leave Apple Cider Vinegar on the hair for about 10-12 minutes. Cover locks with a plastic cap and wrap head with a warm towel.
Rinse hair with warm water thoroughly to ensure all or any build-up has been removed from the hair.
This hair treatment can be done every two weeks or possibly once a month - depending on the condition of the hair. This handy recipe adds sheen to locks keeping them looking well maintained and manageable.
Used as a hair rinse, vinegar neutralizes the alkali left by shampoos. This recipe can be used for all hair types to add sheen and softness to your hair. Don't forget to try a patch test first to ensure you have no allergic reactions.
NATURAL HAIR OILS FOR DREADS AND NATURAL STYLES:
It's usually hard to find the right hair oil for ethnic and multi-ethnic women. Many products claim to be "everything" but really offer "nothing".
When looking for a good hair oil, opt for the natural hair oils. Whatever you do stay away from petroleum, waxy oils or petrolatum. What these man-made products do is cause build-up on the hair and scalp. These products don't allow the hair and scalp to breathe which can be detrimental to proper hair growth.
The COMPLETE GUIDE To Growing Beautiful Bradelocz?
Do You Want To Learn How To Re-tighten Your Bradelocz, Dreadlocks or Sisterlocks with the Latchin' Method?
Well, Cherie King has a guide that offers everything you need to know about starting locs with braids including how to start bradelocz, how to tighten bradelocz using the latchin' method, how to tighten new growth etc. Cherie King offers instructions with photo illustrations + so much more!