Tuesday, 10 May 2016

Got DREADLOCKS Questions?

Got Dreadlock Questions?

You’ve got the questions, I’ve got the answers. I love being able to interact with you guys, the viewers and so I want to know what matters to you the most. If you’ve been watching my channel for a while you’ll probably know that I’ve done a fair few Q&A videos in the past. This video is your opportunity to let me know what questions you’d like to see me answer in my upcoming videos.

Drop your questions in the comment section below - you can ask WHATEVER you’d like, the sky is the limit. I’ll personally respond to any questions that get posted and the best questions will get featured in future Q&A videos. If you see a comment that you agree with, feel free to give it a thumbs up or repeat the sentiment. 

I look forward to interacting with you guys in the comments section! Farewell.


  1. Helloo :)

    I haven't got my hair locked up yet but it is finally getting to the length I want to start them at. The only concern I have is ... How do people on construction sites deal with them. Dusty, Mucky and rather hazardous is the norm with the added bonus of compulsory hard hats 9 times out of 10. There must be people out there who have figured these problems out without going down the religious grounds route (I get told to claim that one more than I'd like to bore you with) I'd love to hear what solutions people have come up with ?

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  3. Hi! I have been following your site for the last three months as it has given me more helpful info than any other site I have gone to seeking help with my young baby dreads :).
    My question is, what do I do about the webbing caused at the top of two dreads trying to congo together? I have been separating and pulling apart everyday but I can't stop the webbing! I don't want to cut them apart because I know that is very bad. They are only 2 months old. Thank you in advance!


  4. Hello, Me and my boyfriend have been watching your video's for over a year. I was just wondering if you have any advice for us: My boyfriends dreads are a right mess, to the point were he doesn't really think they can be saved. He hasn't really done anything with them in forever, and didn't even know you should deep clean them till last year. I want to try and rescue them. I bought a dread maintaining kit with dread hooks and locking powder. His main problem is that a number of them have all become one at the scalp (Imagine a jelly fish) The only thing I can think to do is cut one free and then work all the new loose hairs into the dread and keep doing this till there all free. He has tried just ripping them apart but the knot is so big it doesn't work.
    I could really do with the help since he is saying he may just cut them off.
    Thank you.

  5. I have 21 baby dreads (1 month) and was wondering how thick they get after they lock? My sections are fairly large but that's mainly because I have thin hair. If they are going to get much larger if like to split some of them before they completely lock