Dreadlocks by Alexandria Rose
Areas of service:Gresham, Oregon City and Clackamas
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Dreadlocks, Extensions and Dreadlock Maintenence
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About Dreadlocks by Alexandria Rose
My name is Alexandria, the owner of Dreadlocks by Alexandria Rose. I provide deadlock maintenance and formation services.
I also make deadlock extensions to add to real dreads to add volume and/or length, as well as pinch braided extensions so you can have synthetic dreadlocks, but keep your real hair.
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- What services do you provide your customers after the work has finished?
I provide my clients with the aftercare knowledge they need to maintain their hair themselves. It's always nice to be able to have someone else maintain your dreadlocks for the sheer fact that it's a lot of work! But that isn't always feasible to get your hair maintained as much as you'd like. Since having dreads requires very regular maintenance, it's important that you know what to do yourself to keep them looking good, and I provide my clients with the knowledge and techniques to do that.
- What areas of your trade do you specialize in?
I make dreadlocks, and I make them look good! I specialize in giving people dreads, maintaining them so they look nice and neat, and adding unique style to people's hair. I back comb, make and add extensions of different sizes, shapes, and textures. I dye also do color (dye) for your real dreads. There is also pinch braiding, for those of you who want the look of dread locks, but want to keep your real hair.
- What questions should a customer ask before hiring a professional in your trade?
I have had a lot of clients come to me with hair that has been ruined by a 'professional' who didn't know what they were doing, and didn't know a thing about giving dread locks. It's important to ask what method they use (should be backcombing), whether or not they use product (many people use wax, which actually hinders the dreading process), what sorts of things you should be doing yourself for after care (how to roll, how often to wash, what you should be washing with). It's also important that you find out if the stylist is familiar with dreading your particular hair texture, and how much experience the stylist has.