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David Dade

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Location: Utica NY
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new dreddie
10/09/11 08:17:55PM @new-dreddie:

Hey David,

Thanks dude for the encouragement! I'm really diggin' your dreads!:)


new dreddie
10/05/11 11:23:39AM @new-dreddie:

Hey David,

Lockticians fucked my shit up, so I cut my hair off. I want to dread again using a neglect method so that way I want have to worry about people screwing up my hair. I spent so much for these lockticians to fuck up my hair. I was pissed, but I will try to do the locks right this time. :)


new dreddie
10/04/11 08:38:31PM @new-dreddie:

LIKE your dreads man! How did you start them?? :)


spirit~being~☮
06/10/11 12:06:25PM @spiritbeing:
No I don't have pictures up yet, i think I may have one picture up of the back - starting stage..I started my babies about 4 months ago & now taking them out.. I wish to go neglect..Take care & peace :D

spirit~being~☮
06/09/11 08:14:25PM @spiritbeing:
Thanks! Your page & dreadies are sweet as well :) Take care & peace

Mia Elizabeth
06/06/11 12:58:10PM @mia-elizabeth:

When you get a chance(If you havn't already) check out the extended forums and register, please & thank you!

http://forums.dreadlockssite.com/ucp.php?mode=register&sid=42369a4d3307e59a669547db8e06cf75

Peace & love,

Mia


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
03/28/11 04:01:55PM @soaring-eagle:

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
06/20/12 11:56:37AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome baba is right the crochet hooks a huuuge mistake it causes severe damage and prevents proper dreading for a very long time it takes 6 months on average to recover from1 use over a year if u used it alot

throw the hook away!


darkstar
06/20/12 09:34:56AM @darkstar:

Welcome. although back combing is acceptable, it does cause some damage. But the crochet hook destroys your locks. It breaks hair into tiny pieces and overtightens them without them actually tangling and knotting. What you end up with is a lock that is to tight that it traps water and runs the risk of snapping off in places because it is too tight


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
06/20/12 11:56:37AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome baba is right the crochet hooks a huuuge mistake it causes severe damage and prevents proper dreading for a very long time it takes 6 months on average to recover from1 use over a year if u used it alot

throw the hook away!


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