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should i go back to bs wash

hon.jah kassa
@honjah-kassa
09/13/16 04:58:23PM
13 posts

hi iv been using the dreadlocks shampoo off this site (the liquid one) but my hair isn't dreading as quick as id expected I have straight hair and it is about 6-6.5 inches estimate . any ideas will be appreciated thank you in advance

hon.jah kassa
@honjah-kassa
09/13/16 05:00:17PM
13 posts

ps my hair in the pics is my old prervious set of dreads . I hate 2 say I did cut them and really regretted it after. and obviously I'm on the dreading journey again with current hair length of 6 inches

acidburn
@acidburn
09/13/16 05:03:08PM
62 posts

My hair was 12" when I started. All my back combed dreads in the front fell out. So I went neglect. I'm a year and 1 month in and it just started dreading.

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
@soaring-eagle
09/13/16 05:03:26PM
27,150 posts

i wouldn't the bs wash can weaken the hair too much

and at 6-6 1/2 inches you shouldn't expect fast dreadiing




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hon.jah kassa
@honjah-kassa
09/13/16 05:09:04PM
13 posts

thanks for the replies SE and acid Burn . il persevere then I thought they would dread at 6 that's all .never mind il just b more patient yet again lol

acidburn
@acidburn
09/13/16 05:12:14PM
62 posts

The best saying I was told about dreading is " the easiest way to dread is to let go, the hardest part of dreading is letting go "

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
@soaring-eagle
09/14/16 12:20:55AM
27,150 posts

they need 6 inches to dread at all, that's the minimum so ofcourse they will dread faster when longer

a couple months will add an inch and that will make a difference




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hon.jah kassa
@honjah-kassa
09/15/16 08:07:55AM
13 posts

Ah right cool man . ...... much appreciated guys have a great one

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