What exactly is your specialized crochet-hook method?
Be aware that just like using any instrument or tool, the skill of the person wielding the crochet hook — in this case, the loctician — determines the result. Not all locticians are created equal. We have had many clients who started their dreads by crochet elsewhere, only to find the dreads were barely locked, involved hair wrapping, or were interlocked with just a bit of crochet holding them together. Unless the result is a complete, solid dread, it is not the true crochet-hook method of dreading. With our specialized crochet-hook method, you do not have to “wait” months for your dreads to take shape. Your dreads will be completely formed by the end of your appointment.
How long will my hair take to dread?
How long will my dreads last, and will I need professional maintenance?
How do I book an appointment?
I don’t have a Paypal account. How do I make the deposit payment?
What if I need to reschedule my appointment?
How do I pay for the remainder of my balance?
What can I expect after getting dreadlocks? Will my scalp hurt?
I want a bunch of thin dreads, and want the tips left loose. Can you do that?
I want to get dreads, but my hair is really short. Do I need to let it grow?
How much do you charge for maintenance? I already have dreads but I need to fix loose strands and clean up the roots.
If I ever want to take out my dreads without cutting them, can I?
I’m interested in extensions. Where can I buy the hair, and what is your process?
If you would like to attach extensions to your dreads, you have the option of having the extensions dreaded and installed during your appointment, or if time allows, having the extensions pre-made and ready to attach by one of our skilled dreadlock artists.
We do not currently sell dreaded or undreaded hair extensions at this time. You must first purchase the hair, then bring it to us during or, in the case of pre-made extensions, before your appointment. An in-person consultation is recommended for clients interested in installing dreadlock extensions.
When choosing the right hair for your extensions, we encourage you to select hair that is similar in color and texture to your own. There is no need to purchase the highest-quality hair, as the drier or less-silky the hair, the easier it will be to dread. Real hair is recommended, as it will last longer than synthetic hair. We use the same method to dread extensions as we do to dread all hair.
Are you able to fix my hair? I tried getting it dreaded somewhere else and the results are disappointing.