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melanie rose
@melanie rose
03/29/13 12:59:00AM
177 posts

The unintentional serial dreadlocker needs some advice!


Dreading Methods

Some nice little dreadlings.. they're gonna be so sweet!
melanie rose
@melanie rose
03/25/13 01:20:38PM
177 posts

What do dreads feel like?


General Questions

Squeezeable solid and soft. Trust me you will know when you've got em lol
melanie rose
@melanie rose
03/23/13 04:48:26PM
177 posts

To anyone thinking dreads might prevent you from finding a job..


Introduce Yourself

I haven't had an official "job" in about a year, but I need money for festival season. Feels good to be doing something and not laying around like I've done all winter. Thanks for the Congrats everyone. Love you all :]
melanie rose
@melanie rose
03/22/13 09:37:53PM
177 posts

Rob's Twist and Rip Dreads (Thick curly hair)Timeline


Member Journals and Timelines

Looks like you're off to a good start, they're gonna be sick. Welcome!
melanie rose
@melanie rose
03/22/13 09:36:08PM
177 posts

Why did Max Cavalera grow Dreadlocks?


General Questions

^ that's the truth, we do love em ;p
melanie rose
@melanie rose
03/22/13 06:20:37PM
177 posts

youtube addicts wanted


General Talk

Hey eagle, I'd be glad to help out with the YouTube channel. There are so many terrible and misinforming dread videos out there, it would be great to have some about the truth on growing beautiful healthy dreadlocks that will last a lifetime!
melanie rose
@melanie rose
03/22/13 06:12:13PM
177 posts

To anyone thinking dreads might prevent you from finding a job..


Introduce Yourself

I'll admit, I was unsure that I would get hired as I walked into dunkin donuts for an interview. seeing as my hair is in the messiest stage, 3+ months. Even before dreading, my hair was always a disaster, causing previous employers to continually make me cover it up and "hide it" with braids as much as possible. I put it in a bun for the interview, hoping the manager wouldn't notice. She didn't say anything, and I started work the next morning :] on my second day a co worker asked me to take my hair down... Shit, I'm already going to get reprimanded, I thought. "Jennifer (manager) said you've got some cute dreadlocks." I was shocked, my thoughts initially were that they would notice eventually, maybe in two months, and just tolerate it. A couple more co workers came and starting admiring my locs, feeling them and asking tons of questions. The usual stuff that people assume, can you wash them, will you shave your head when you don't want them, etc.. I was happy to inform them of all the common fallacies and educate them a bit on the powerful and beautiful journey of growing locs. Now, dready brothers and sisters, if you're confident and show your character, any establishment worth working for will NOT discriminate against you for something as trivial and unrelated as a hair style (or lack of in lots of our cases;] ) i hope you're all having a beautiful day, and for you lucky ones that got it, enjoying the changing of the season!
updated by @melanie rose: 01/13/15 09:49:38PM
melanie rose
@melanie rose
03/22/13 05:39:35PM
177 posts

Should i go "no touch" with BS/ACV or should i scrub the scalp?


Introduce Yourself

Some people use 5 drops, others 25. It's all personal preference, experiment with it till you find the right about for you. I use 7 teatree and 5 peppermint. It's powerful stuff
melanie rose
@melanie rose
03/22/13 05:01:16PM
177 posts



Hahaha Laura, it really does! Thats so funny noodles, balloondreads lol. More crazy locs!!
melanie rose
@melanie rose
03/22/13 05:01:16PM
177 posts



Hahaha Laura, it really does! Thats so funny noodles, balloondreads lol. More crazy locs!!
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