The answer is Beeswaxs,Alcohol and Petraolium jelly.
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It changes the comformation of the protein bonds in the hair connecting weak bonds that are closer together in the chain therefore making the hair curly.
There are many ways to get dreadlocks, i will explain some of them. One thing that people must know about dreadlocks is that they are formed mostly by time, so they don't look like dreadlocks right away. They evolve and mature at the same rythm as the person who is wearing them... :) So here goes...
1. Separate all the hair into sections that will become a dread each first, using rubberbands. Then take the rubber band out of the first dread to be, and with the use of a metal lice comb, comb the hair in the opposite direction of what you would usually do. Do small sections at a time, start with about half an inch on the top, and make sure that the hair gets tangled as tightly as possible, without breaking it too much. Then move down the dread that way, until it becomes a fluffy tangled thing. Then roll it between your palms - and do all of the other sections in that way. After the dreads are made, you can choose to use beeswax or not. Beeswax will make then stay better together, especially in the first couple of months.
2. Separate all the hair into sections that will become a dread each first, using rubberbands. Then take the rubber band out of the first dread to be, and tease the hair a little bit with your hand. Then separate the hair in two parts and pull each part in opposite directions to make the knots come up to the top. Repeat this for as long as it takes to tangle tightly down to the bottom of the strand of hair, and roll between your palms. Then repeat the process on all the other sections. After the dreads are made, you can choose to use beeswax or not. Beeswax will make then stay better together, especially in the first couple of months.
3. Braids can turn into dreadlocks if you leave them in your hair for a very long time. It will take a very long time though, and there are chances that they never really completely look like dreadlocks.
4. Just leave your hair without brushing it. You can wash it, but don't use conditionner. This method works especially well for people with really tangly hair, frizzy hair, black people's hair... You will need to take care of separating your hair into different sections so that you don't end up with only one giant dreadlock. Sea salt really helps too, so if you live close to the ocean you should go swim a lot and dry in the sun.
5. Go to the salon and let professionnals take care of making your dreadlocks. It mmay be really expensive but your dreadlocks will look really professionnaly made, which is quite an advantage if you have a job with the public.
6. Find someone semi-professionnal who makes dreadlocks in your city. You can look in the classifieds on craigslist.com. A common way dreads are formed are by sectioning hair of any texture and twisting it round and round from the scalp to the ends using a setting gel or lotion. It can also be latched like a crocheted sweater to for individual locks. Locks take 6 months to 2 years to permanently lock. They can also more immediately be created by doing extensions with kinky hair or yarn. This takes hours to do but hair can more easily and readily be styled and shampooed without the threat of unraveling.
* Grind a few hibiscus leaves and flowers and mix in 2 to 3 drops of coconut milk. Rub gently on the scalp. Rinse your hair after half an hour with a mild shampoo. It can be effectively used to treat various problems like hair-fall, dandruff and premature greying.
Read more -http://geebal.blogspot.com/2007/12/hibiscus-and-hair-care.html