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Al NatureBoy Hand


Location: Nantwich, Cheshire
Country: GB


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Another wash
I can almost tie em all back now :D
Kinda drying
A little drier
Put the mix in
First rince close up dreads
First rince


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
08/04/12 12:16:55AM @soaring-eagle:

well not all dread shampoos are a ripodff or harmfull but dreadheadhqs is toxic garbage its actualy not a dread shampoo at all its a hunting shampoo do u think dreadheadhq warns against scents causing buildup then suggests wax powders and butters? their shampoo was daddies invention for hunting made so uu can kill critters without being smelled coming

Al NatureBoy Hand
08/03/12 11:31:12PM @al-natureboy-hand:

Thanks for the advice about the lock peppa and all, it did feel good using it but after a couple of days without using it, your dreadlocks do feel looser, I'm going to stop using dread products and just let em grow now I think, tnr is enough of a start for me, I've learned so much and I don't think I've even been on here a day haha, I have heard a lot that dread wax and "dread shampoo" is a rip off and can cause damage most people say, that I've heard, use tea tree and other oils for itching, and baking soda for washing, thanks for all the welcomes. x

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
08/03/12 12:15:46PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but dont use lock peppa either it does nothing at all it creates the illusion of helping cause theres rosin in it (which is toxic to breathe) but your actualy paying for dirt sand clat tree sap

lock peppa is just another dreadheashq scam

Little Wing
08/03/12 09:17:57AM @little-wing:

Actually lot of people have commented here the dreadheadhq products are not good for dreads.

What's your opinion about the lock peppa?.

I used the dreadheadhq shampoo and it made me itchy and caused me dandruff. I got used to that feeling until I finished the bottle. But now I'm about to switch to ACV and baking soda. Pretty much I try to be careful on what to use in my hair. I take lots of advices from this webpage, is very helpful. And people here is super kind.

Baba Fats
08/03/12 08:24:11AM @baba-fats:

Welcome. But the lemon is going to eventually make you more itchy and in the end destroy your hair. Lemon is citric acid. It is a strong acid that gets inside the hair shaft and breaks it down. The bleaching that occurs from using lemon juice many times over time is actually your hair weakening and degrading.

If you get itchy, you can make a spray out of jojoba oil and peppermint oil, and water. Just a few drops of peppermint will cool your scalp down and soothe it. No more itchies.

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
08/26/12 03:26:24PM @soaring-eagle:

already replied to your discussion but no no need to

its more psychological then anythng and 9 times out of 10 the hats under the bed in the morning

Al NatureBoy Hand
08/26/12 05:08:36AM @al-natureboy-hand:
Awesome thanx guys for making feel so welcome

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
08/25/12 09:33:27PM @soaring-eagle:

wel its my pleasure i always liked helping people no matter who they are

08/25/12 06:10:44PM @darkstar:


Mia Chester
08/25/12 05:57:44PM @mia-chester:

Welcome Samantha :-)

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