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Barefoot Deadfreak

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Location: Upper Darby, PA
Zipcode: 19082
Country: US

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the Barrellady
05/02/13 08:02:32AM @the-barrellady:

a belated welcome Barefoot Deadfreak. Hope we can get you assistance soon. I am so sorry to hear about the illness life through at you. Hang in there, help will come....Peace and love


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/21/13 01:06:29PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome brother..omg you were on everybodies? who are you? i must know yopu

after everybodies left budd st i turned budd st into the lots of love community garden..for 8 long years (funnily enough the exact terms that psycho bush wass in office) we had budd st be a magical vbliss island

oh man do i have stories to share with you

wait..jim o briain job? barefoot plumber/ hell i know you..welcome home


Baba Fats
04/21/13 07:58:42AM @baba-fats:

Welcome. I grew up around the corner from you. Upper Dublin. Now in Philly
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Start off by reading the dreaducation page. How did you start your last set? We're here to help


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
05/01/13 12:14:00AM @soaring-eagle:

come talk to me in chat


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
05/01/13 12:12:50AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome wax is pure evil on dreads they wont ever dread right till its removed

and removing its extremely hasrd to do


Gabriel Audet-Bourgault
05/01/13 12:06:35AM @tyler-chidester:

Cora, you should work on getting that wax out. Wax cause water pockets to be trapped inside the dread which cause smells and mold. Wax makes dreads heavy. Wax prevents dreads from maturing, all it does is keep the hair glued together instead of allowing it to knot and loop and shrink into a mature dread. Read the dreaducation section on wax...it will be a great help to you...Peace


darkstar
04/30/13 11:27:53PM @darkstar:

Welcome. Hopefully you didn't use wax. That's the only time palm rolling appears to help. If you used wax, that's a whole different problem. If not, then stop palm rolling. It only does 1 of 2 things. If you don't do it much, or don't do it aggressively, it doesn't create any lasting knots. It only makes your locks look neater for a few hours. but after you wash, or sleep, they go back to how they were before. If you do it enough to see progress, it will severely destroy your roots, makes your locks thinner and weaker, causing them to eventually snap in places, or even at the root. I palm rolled daily for the first 2 weeks, and 7 years later I am still trying to fix the damage


Gabriel Audet-Bourgault
04/30/13 11:25:58PM @tyler-chidester:

Welcome to the community & the best dreadlocks site on the web. You have had your dreads for 1 1/2 months, how were they done? Palm rolling will only cause long term damage to hair and scalp, you don't need to do this. Was wax used also? Let us know so we can help you better since you want help.

You say they look like tight curls and some are unraveling. Well, dreads take 1-2 years to mature. When the twist & rip method is used, or backcombing, they will loosen. They need to in order for them to loop and shrink, fattening up into the mature dread. Check out the dreaducation section at the top of the site, check out some timelines of other members. For this, use the search bar near the top left of this site, type in key words, like 1 month timeline, or 2 month timeline, you get the idea. You can look up anything with this search bar.

So please give us more info, many on here can help you out and take your worries away. For dreads, you only need to wash them 2-3 times a week, use the proper shampoos, bars or baking soda wash, and keep the sections from joining to each other..That's it...no palm rolling or anything else...they are so easy to grow. We want you to be happy and to have happy dreads.....Peace


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
05/01/13 12:14:00AM @soaring-eagle:

come talk to me in chat


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
05/01/13 12:12:50AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome wax is pure evil on dreads they wont ever dread right till its removed

and removing its extremely hasrd to do


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