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Sarahface
@Sarahface
06/26/14 11:14:53PM
108 posts

More reasons to not use a crochet hook. Don't watch if you're squeamish.


crochet and dread tools recovery

Earth Rose, I wasn't trying to slander anyone, I just wanted to share this video I found on youtube because it shocked me. I personally have nothing against these guys, and whatever they do to their hair is their own business. But clearly they posted this video for it to be seen and shared. It's even called "crochet hook fail".

Sarahface
@Sarahface
06/26/14 02:43:52PM
108 posts

More reasons to not use a crochet hook. Don't watch if you're squeamish.


crochet and dread tools recovery

He said it hit the bone, went all the way through his finger to the other side. >_< I wonder how many other people have hurt themselves this way using the crochet hook? But seriously, if it can go through your SKIN this easily imagine what it does to the inside of your dreads.

Sarahface
@Sarahface
06/26/14 12:39:59PM
108 posts

More reasons to not use a crochet hook. Don't watch if you're squeamish.


crochet and dread tools recovery

Again, DO NOT watch if you're squeamish.

admin note:

i decided to feature this as undeniable proof of how damaging these hooks can be

if the hook can go completely through your thumb it can wreak havoc breaking hundreds of hairs passing through a dread without any resistance to indicate its causing damage

i regret featuring a video from a site that is in itself harmful and full of horrible recommendations


updated by @Sarahface: 02/14/15 03:17:25AM
Sarahface
@Sarahface
06/26/14 12:42:06PM
108 posts

To wash, or not!


Dread Maintenance

I'd love to try the tea tree/lavender mixture sometime, I want my dreads to smell nice ^_^ Thanks for the tip

Sarahface
@Sarahface
06/11/14 10:38:07AM
108 posts

Crochet recovery.....Breakage


Help! Save My Dreads

Noo! That's a lot of hair D: Best of luck to you and your dread-recovery!

Sarahface
@Sarahface
06/11/14 09:49:43AM
108 posts

Neglect and twist & rip dreadlocks journey


Dreadlock Picture Gallery

Awesome progress especially at only 5 months! Mine are probably about where yours are progress-wise at 1 year and 7 months :P

Sarahface
@Sarahface
06/05/14 08:32:19PM
108 posts

My 11 month old dreads


General Talk

Well happy early dread-iversary! They look wild and beautiful and I think they are really coming along great. Keep us posted on the progress!

Sarahface
@Sarahface
05/26/14 09:50:53PM
108 posts

Second thoughts


Introduce Yourself

You should post up photos so we can give you some feedback on how they are coming along. Sometimes the best thing is to have people that know what you're going through take a look at your progress and compare it to what they have experienced and give you encouragement. The best thing I've personally learned about growing dreadlocks is letting go. Over time they become more and more special and going through the process really teaches you patience. I'm sure they are coming along beautifully, keep it up. Seven months isn't long for a lot of hair types to start maturing. Most of mine are still in teenage stages and I'm nearly a year and a half in. :P And I love mine more and more every day. Best of luck!

Sarahface
@Sarahface
05/25/14 10:54:10PM
108 posts

Any North Carolina dreadies?


General Talk

I also live in NC. I've always wanted to visit Asheville, everyone I know that has been there has loved it there. I live towards Granite Falls.

Sarahface
@Sarahface
05/04/14 03:22:52AM
108 posts

Job Help


dreads jobs employment issues

So lately i have been thinking a lot about the direction my life is taking and where it is taking me on a spiritual level. I recently started a new job at a place that makes me so miserable and stressed out that I almost feel like Im losing myself. Im finding it harder and harder not to let myself slump into a depression. I feel trapped, like the money I am making is the only thing keeping my family and I from having no food or a roof over our heads. But all that aside, I have been wondering to myself what else is out there, what could I do as a career that would actually mean something to me and make me feel like Im making a difference in the world? I would love to have a career helping our planet or animals, because that is what I truely love. Does anyone out there have any tips or job ideas or opportunities that could help me find something that will put purpose back into my life? All these corporate jobs and big companies literally make me not feel like myself and my family and dreads (as silly as it sounds) are the only things that make me happy anymore. Please, any kind of advise or experiences you all have would mean so much to me.


updated by @Sarahface: 01/13/15 10:03:50PM
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