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Sabrina Focker
@sabrina-focker
6 years ago
5 posts
hi guys,i think i am finally ready for dreads! now the only thing missing is someone to help me out making them..i am currently living in brisbane but in jan i'll leave to travel down to adelaide and later to perth.i know it is a long procedure and i am willing to pay you.i don't want to go to a salon cause you always hear they're doing crap with your hair and they charge you like crazy.. i am just a travelling student..if you'd like to help me it would be great! or if you know anyone..just let me know!i do have pretty long and thick hair.. so for your consideration i'll post a pic ;) it is more than 3 years old but it's still the same old ;)

cheers!
updated by @sabrina-focker: 02/14/15 02:14:19AM
Sabrina Focker
@sabrina-focker
6 years ago
5 posts
i don't think i could do it.. holding up my arms for hours doing stuff with my hair and then also do it for the first time not really knowing what i am doing..no.. my hair is precious to me.. i cannot ruin it ^^
☮ soaring eagle ॐ
@soaring-eagle
6 years ago
27,427 posts
oh hell no she does crochet that destroys hairyour ghairs amazing for going natural you dont gotta do as thing just let it dreadwhy would u not go natural with hair like thatits the best way to dread and easiest]u cant mess it upnature does it all for ypucrochet is the worse idea everand will cost u a hell of alot only to get screwedpleasee dont give such bad advice


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MountainWillow
@mountainwillow
6 years ago
140 posts
Your hair is beautiful and will make fabulous dreads! Happy locking!!
☮ soaring eagle ॐ
@soaring-eagle
6 years ago
27,427 posts
rawsum weirdsistas lie about what they dothey told me straight to my face we dont crochet cause crochets very damming instead we use a special way to weave the hairturns out a few weeks later they start threatening me for saying crochet is bad cause theyre non crochet weaving was actualy just crochetthey try to make it seem like a patented system but its the same ol dammaging crapjust like sista and nappy locks try to make theyre interlocking seem like something totaly new and unique


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Sabrina Focker
@sabrina-focker
6 years ago
5 posts
Okay.. I like the idea of letting my hair dread just naturally :)Is it a hard process though?I just started working at McDonalds.. I hope I can make my hair not look too messy the next weeks...Just spend the weekend on the beach! I always hear salty water is very good.. so should I start now and wait washing als the salt out or am I supposed to wash it out? hahathanks guys, love how this forum seems to be working so well =)
Jdwood
@jdwood
6 years ago
275 posts
Yes you should wash the salt out because it can irritate your scalp and dry your hair out to much.The "natural" or "neglect" method is not complicated at all it just takes patients. All you need to do is wash your hair (non residue shampoo or baking soda) no more brushing and separate your dreads as they form. For you job I guess you need to wear a hair net, wright? So if you can just keep your hair in the net or just tie them loosely you should be good.

Sabrina Focker said:
Okay.. I like the idea of letting my hair dread just naturally :)
Is it a hard process though?
I just started working at McDonalds.. I hope I can make my hair not look too messy the next weeks...

Just spend the weekend on the beach! I always hear salty water is very good.. so should I start now and wait washing als the salt out or am I supposed to wash it out? haha

thanks guys, love how this forum seems to be working so well =)
Sabrina Focker
@sabrina-focker
6 years ago
5 posts
Well I am not making the burgers.. working at the register, which does include making chips and desserts and stuff like that.You are supposed to tie your hair back.. I guess, I can still do that!Then I am off to the shower :)
Jdwood
@jdwood
6 years ago
275 posts

Can you wear a tam at work? Wool tams help the process a lot but it needs to be 100% real wool.
Sabrina Focker said:
Well I am not making the burgers.. working at the register, which does include making chips and desserts and stuff like that.
You are supposed to tie your hair back.. I guess, I can still do that!


Then I am off to the shower :)
Sabrina Focker
@sabrina-focker
6 years ago
5 posts
No, I have to wear the McDonalds Cap..But I don't work there too much. on my student Visa I am allowed to work up to 20hr a week..So I'll just put it in a bun as usual.Is there any recommended way to do your hair? as I said I normally have my hair in a bun or I brade them..They are too long, too many and to whatever to do anything alse with it ^^
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