Dreadlock and Scalp Care

Step One

Always start off by washing your hair with a non residue building shampoo. I know that for long dreadlocks you can easily use a bottle of shampoo in one wash. A more cost-effective way and if you need that lather, would be castle soap, it’s pure soap and doesn’t have any “crap” in it. There are also bar soaps and shampoos by Knotty Boy that works great.

Work on your scalp by massaging it with your finger tips not your nails. Let the water and lather run down the hair to the ends.


A apple cider rinse get rid of dirt and debris just as good as shampoo and is very cleansing,

  • 1 part apple cider with 2 parts water and an applicator bottle,
  • saturate the hair, let sit for 5 to 10 minutes and rinse.
  • Now, I know you don’t want to smell like vinegar,so  you can then shampoo with a tea tree shampoo or spray it down with a conditioning spray or the “salt water” mix.

Step Two

Then towel dry your hair to the point of not dripping. You can apply 100% coconut oil and/or Shea butter straight to the scalp and then apply to the dreadlocks in sections to make sure all the hair is covered. Don’t use too much, just enough to keep the dryness and brittleness away and not too much to create build up.

You can make a similar mixture of all the good stuff and apply that to your hair. Here is an example of such a mixture and you can tweak it however you want:

NunuBabe Dreadlock Butter

100% raw Shea Butter

100% coconut oil

Castor oil or  honey ( I prefer the honey)

Jojoba oil or Almond or Apricot oil

drops of tea tree essential oil ( or your preference )


Melt the shea and coconut oil slowly on a stove top or at 10 seconds increments in the microwave and mix well. Then add the rest and mix well. Let it cool down a bit.  Apply to the scalp and shimmy it into you dreadlocks in sections. Once again a little goes a long way

All these ingredients are nourishing to your hair. It melts when heated so it shouldn’t cause much build up, if any. Remember start off with a little first and then adjust to your needs. You can use this butter after your shampoo and/or maintenance routine or whenever you feel you too dry for comfort.

Step Three

Let your hair dry as normal and remember to use a protective covering at night when sleeping or use a satin or silk pillow case.

Please feel free to comment and ask questions.

Head wraps… wear it like you mean it!

Dreadlock Headwrap



Head wraps/scarves/turban, call it what you like, have many purposes, it protects your hair from the elements. It is super cute and can definitely set of a look or set the mood. It looks complicated to do but is actually really simple once you get the just of it.  There is also many ways to do a head wrap. Right now I’m feeling this one.


Hello World

I started this blog because I wanted to talk about hair and all things natural beauty. I’m a Stylist/ cosmetologist and I want to talk about hair in its natural state and help you embrace what you have naturally. Enhance what you have and wear it with pride.

I’m talking about my curly peeps, out there, my beautiful kinks, my dreadlock kings and queens, divas, gentle man and my fierce woman. We all get to the point where we are tired of fighting the curl, the naps, the kinks and want to give in and say cut it, relax it, shave it…”, “Just give something new”.

I believe I can do that, give you something new. whether its a new cut, style, color, but I am going to pursue every possible angle without having to put harsh chemicals on you head or skin.

Let me help you embrace yourself, embrace the curl, embrace the kinks and stop fighting it and in return you will love your hair just the way it is , naturally.