Posted: Jan 04 2017
Posted: Jan 02 2017
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Posted: Jan 17 2016
This is a question that I get a lot, yes you can take a plunge in the ocean with your dreadlocks but you have to be aware of some things.
1. When you are done swimming for the day make sure to take a shower and wash your dreadlocks with a shampoo that take away smell and bacteria. (you might come home form your holiday smelling like the ocean otherwise not so nice)
2. Make sure that you dry your dreadlocks thoroughly everyday. It’s important that your dreadlock dry completely once everyday, if the heat /weather isn’t warm enough make sure to blow dry them this is also to keep your dreadlocks healthy and prevent them from starting to mold. (Yes dreadlock can mold if don’t take care of them correctly but it takes many days of damp dreads for this process to start so don’t freak out!)
Posted: Jan 13 2016
How many times have you heard that dreadlocks are dirty and disgusting? The most common thought people have about dreadlocks are that they are filled with dirt and animals. Is this realy true? I did a video just to show all of you what is inside of dreads find it here: http://youtu.be/OFvzWKaTb_g there is also a crazy discussion going on under that clip, I guess people don’t realy understand! Don’t forget to be proud dreadheads everyone!
Posted: Jan 09 2016
Here is mr @lazydreads wearing one of our dreadlock hats. We have a wide range of them in diffrent colours in our shop. A brand new range is on the way over the oceans that hopfully will be avalebul online in February. Find our hats in our shop http://www.dreadstuff.com