1. Dollylocks Dreadlock Shampoo

    Dollylocks Dreadlock Shampoo

    Dollylocks is one of the best known brands when it comes to care products for Dreadlocks. In this blog I would like to give you more information about Dollylocks shampoo products.

  2. Giving Your Real Dreads a Detox? Use an Inflatable Shampoo Basin!

    Giving Your Real Dreads a Detox? Use an Inflatable Shampoo Basin!

    Over time, dirt, impurities and product residue will build up inside your Dreadlocks. Even if you wash your Dreadlocks regularly, this is unavoidable.

    We recommend that you only do a detox when your Dreadlocks are at least one year old. A detox is an intensive treatment for your dreads and when your dreads are mature they can handle this better.

  3. How do you wash Partial Real Dreads?

    We see that Partial Dreads are becoming an increasingly popular hairstyle. Partial Dreads of your own hair is also a style that is increasingly in demand in our Salon.


  4. How do you wash Partial Synthetic Dreads?

    How cool is it to give your own hair some more volume by installing Partial Dreads? Partial Dreads is an increasingly common hairstyle that we see, also with Synthetic Dreads.
    But how can you actually wash your own hair and your Synthetic Dreads?

  5. What’s the best way to store my Synthetic Dreads?

    There are different ways you can store your Dreads neatly.
    We will list a few for your here:

  6. Help, my dreads frizz!

    You have installed or have someone let install your Synthetic Dreads, but loose hairs keep shedding and there are forming little dots of hair on your dreads. Why is this happening? And what can you do about this? All this you can read in this blog. There are loose hairs falling off of my dreads When your dreads are freshly installed they can shed some loose hairs.Especially with the thin Read more...
  7. Tips that can help with an itchy scalp when wearing Synthetic Dreads!

      When you wear synthetic dreads you might have suffered from an itchy scalp. This is most common to happen in the first weeks you’re wearing your dreads. This has to do with the fact that the dreads are installed pretty tight to your scalp and the synthetic material is close to your scalp. Itch because of my Dreads. Help! What to do? Don’t panic! You can do something about this!There are Read more...
  8. Real Dreads, when do I use which conditioning?

    You have Dreads of your own hair and of course you want to take care of them properly. But there is a lot of choice in products, so which ones do you chose? 

  9. 7 Tips to avoid frizz of your own hair when your Synthetic Dreads are braided in

      You’ve braided in your Synthetic Dreads and fairly quickly you’re noticing frizz at the roots. Some people do like this natural style. But when you don’t really like the frizz and just prefer to postpone this as long as possible, you can do the following things to prevent this! No conditioner Don’t use any conditioner on your hair 1-2 weeks before you braid your dreads in. Read more...
  10. Tips for removing your Synthetic Dreads

      How long can I leave the synthetic dreads in my hair? Dreads that are braided into your hair will look good for about two months, somtimes even longer. We advise you to not wear your dreadlocks longer than 3 months. Your hair will have grown so much that your hair will tangle and become dreadlocks of its own. If you still want to wear your dreadlocks after 3 months you can take them out and Read more...

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