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Dreads and the Ocean

Kevin4
@kevin4
6 years ago
25 posts

Anything I should know about going into the ocean with dreads? All I figure is I'm going to get some sand stuck in there but any info would be appreciated.


updated by @kevin4: 01/13/15 09:33:08PM
Supa Dread
@supa-dread
6 years ago
100 posts
Nah nothing major, u just wanna rinse within a couple hours after u leave, if u let it sit it'll dry out ur scalp and make ur hair prickly and brittle. u can just rinse with warm water then cold. u can do a b.s wash or a regular wash.
☮ soaring eagle ॐ
@soaring-eagle
6 years ago
28,421 posts

watch out for the octo[us that wants to mare with your head




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27 years growing dreadlocks the natural way
My dreads are over 9 feet long
Don J
@don-j
6 years ago
11 posts

soaring eagle said:

watch out for the octopus that wants to mare with your head

just LoL

ya you might want to bring a fork or something like a harpoon... deference is deference when it comes to something wanting to mate with your head... but for real, don't worry about it and salt tightens/dry's dreads. Like he said wash it out after just so you don't dry the scalp.

Rachel Parsons
@rachel-parsons
6 years ago
30 posts
Lmfao yeah watch out for frisky octopus!!! But definitely give it a rinse after. Crusty ocean hair isn't pleasant. But it's super beneficial to younger locks. Just as long as it gets rinsed well. I do a bs rinse after cause I find water doesn't get it out for me
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