Origin of Christmas
Daixi Dreadology Blog
by WangKe
2M ago
Christmas is the biggest holiday in the Christian world. At the beginning of the 4th century, January 6 was a double festival commemorating the birth and baptism of Jesus in various churches in the eastern Roman Empire. It was called "Epiphany", also known as "Epiphany", that is, God revealed himself to the world through Jesus. At that time, the only exception was the church in Jerusalem, which only commemorated the birth of Jesus but not the baptism of Jesus. Later, historians found a record on the page of December 25, 354 AD in the calendar commonly used by Roman Christians: "Christ was born ..read more
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The history of dreadlocks
Daixi Dreadology Blog
by WangKe
3M ago
Dreadlocks, also known as locs or dreads, are rope-like strands of hair formed by matting which is done by not combing the hair and allowing the hair to matt naturally or by twisting hair and overtime the twisted hair will form into matted locs. Introduction The topic of hair in many religions and cultures is a powerful and very important one that can represent a great deal spiritually, much more so than simply the physical appearance, but also representing signs of respect, modesty, independence, anarchy, obedience, and personality. The showing or not showing off the ..read more
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The spiritual meaning of dreadlocks
Daixi Dreadology Blog
by WangKe
3M ago
Dreadlocks have a past that is shrouded in mystery and ancient wisdom. It is unclear where the twisted locks originated, but they are thought to have roots dating back as early as 3600 years ago with the Minoan civilization in Crete, Greece. Other cultures such as the Egyptians and Indians were thought to have recognized the power of dreadlocks. Mummified remains of Egyptian royalty have been uncovered with matted or braided hair, and there are even bible passages describing the mystic properties of knotted hair. As far as the origin of the name "dreadlocks," it i ..read more
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How To Sleep With Dreadlocks
Daixi Dreadology Blog
by WangKe
4M ago
Did you just get your dreads and you’re looking into the best way to sleep with your new dreadlocks? Are you looking for a comfy solution to sleep that will help you keep your dreads looking neat longer? Below are tips on how to have a good night sleep when you have dreadlocks without damaging your dreads and reducing frizz. Should you cover your dreadlocks when you sleep? We recommend covering your dreadlocks while you sleep. You’ll minimize the risk of breakage. If you toss and turn while sleeping but your dreadlocks are exposed, you might accidentally pull them during the night. Worst: you ..read more
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Story Of Daixidreadology
Daixi Dreadology Blog
by WangKe
5M ago
Daixi Dreadology is a company, focus on production and development of human hair dreadlocks extensions, afro hair bulk and toupee. The goal of Daixi Dreadology will always be providing convenient and quality locs extensions and sloving the sore spots for dreadlocks fans in their locs journey! Daixi runs factory direct sales model and we have more then 500 handmade workers, over 1000 pcs afro human hair dreadlocks and toupee are produced a day. Our excellent and sufficient productivity supplies many dealers and barber shops. Daixi promise there is no middleman to make a profit margin, We direct ..read more
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Things You Didn't Know About Dreadlocks
Daixi Dreadology Blog
by WangKe
5M ago
Dreadlocks are definitely a hot hairstyle now. Dreadlock is not only cool and stylish, but also shows your trendy attitude. But if you want to keep your dreadlocks in a good state, there are usually many things that need attention. 1. What kind of shampoo should I use to wash dreadlocks? The choice of shampoo is actually very important, because the dreadlocks are hooked, so it is not recommended to use moisturizing shampoos, such shampoos will make the hair more supple and cause the hooked hair to spread out. So here we suggest to choose the most common shampoo. If you have dandruff, jus ..read more
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Your Guide to Dreadlock Extensions
Daixi Dreadology Blog
by WangKe
5M ago
What Are Dreadlock Extensions? Dreadlock extensions have become increasingly popular in later years. The reason is that people have requested a loc style that can be done without them having to go through the locking process. This takes between six months and a year. Dreadlock extensions also allow you to wear beautiful locs without having to commit. Therefore, if and when you want a new hairstyle, you won’t have to comb them out or worse, cut your hair. All you have to do is remove the extensions and you’re done! The Pros and Cons of Dreadlock Extensions You’re already hooked on the pros, but ..read more
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How to wear a toupee
Daixi Dreadology Blog
by WangKe
5M ago
With tape First, you need wash your hair and then dry completely to make an oil-free and remove any stubble/hair from the area of scalp to be bonded. You can use the hairline as a reference point and try it in advance to confirm the position where you need to cut. Then, we recommend apply a thin layer of a scalp protector on the lace and the scalp whereyour toupee will be. Then leave it dry. Turn your toupee inside out and lay it on a stand or mannequin head. You should not lay it on the surface flat because it can make your toupee not shape well on your scalp whenwearing. Use a brush and gent ..read more
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How to Dye Dreadlocks
Daixi Dreadology Blog
by WangKe
5M ago
Moisturize and Deep-Condition your locs 1-2 days before dyeing. Bleach your locs before dyeing, it’s necessary to bleach locs if you want to dye locs to lighter colors. But never bleach locs too much, it can damage locs. There are also natural alternatives to bleach locs, apply lemon juice to locs and lie out in the sun, or wash your locs with water and baking soda... After bleaching wash locs through and towel dry them, apply natural dreadlocks conditioner once locs are dry. Mix hair dye in a bowl, and cover the outside of your locs in colors. Massage a small amount of the bleach into the lo ..read more
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Dreadlocks Care Tips
Daixi Dreadology Blog
by WangKe
5M ago
Wash your dreadlocks once a week, but do not every day. Wash locs with warm water, dont soak your dreads for more than a few monents at a time. Wash locs with sulfate-free shampoo, work it into locs, starting at the scalp, slowly work your way down to the ends, let the shampoo sit in your locs for 1-2 minutes. Rinse your locs throughly after using shapoo from scalp to ends, as rinsing, squeeze your dreadlocks to remove the shampoo. Squeeze the water out of your dreadlocks after washing and use a towel to pat you scalp and dreadlocks completely dry, never rub your locs with towel. Never style ..read more
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