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Bob Ngarly
@bob-ngarly
01/25/14 05:49:27PM
163 posts

Possible hair cut / free products


General Talk

keep trying new things! but dont overly obsessed with it. sea salt sprays sun shine, wool pillow, tam, less washing, more washing, gotta find what works for you and whats to your liking.

Bob Ngarly
@bob-ngarly
01/25/14 05:40:46PM
163 posts

Oh No!! A Set-Back!!


General Questions

I understand that you enjoy having nice sectioning. I am the same way. But i bet id bewilling to bet you could live without the back combing process. Its tedious and really not necessary. Plus you look pretty stupid for a while after your initial instillation. Consider sectioning your hair and just leaving it that way to dread. (sectioning and no backcombing) the sectioning will stay especially with your curly hair. It might help to keep your sections/dreads from merging and tangling where you dont want them. but honestly probably not.youll still have to separate them. Vigilant separating is the only thing i i have found to work against that. Recently i have started seperating from the scalp up every two weeks or so. In between then i just pop them as normal.

Bob Ngarly
@bob-ngarly
01/24/14 08:11:29PM
163 posts

I need to get the baking soda residue out of my hair...


Dread Maintenance

I think what you saw was that with hard water its hard to wash it out.... i guss that could translate to build up... im not sure. Im pretty sure i have hard water and i used bs acv for a while and havent noticed any problems yet. surely dish soap would get out whatever is in there. I use dawn from time to time to get out the gel residue.. i think it works. lol

Bob Ngarly
@bob-ngarly
01/21/14 06:43:42PM
163 posts

Curly dreads timeline


Member Journals and Timelines

Wow your hair is so magnificent. It looks to me, similar to what an egyptian goddesses hair would look like

Just out of curiosity do you think your dreads are coming along at a good pace? I would assume with as curly as your hair is, it would be completely locked up within 2 years probably even with all blunted tips.

Not saying you should strive for that because i really love how the ends of your tips are curly. Never seen that before.

PEace be the journey.

Bob Ngarly
@bob-ngarly
01/21/14 04:53:33PM
163 posts

Rainbow Gathering 2014


General Questions

Im out in stephenville right now, but im all over north texas most of the time.

Bob Ngarly
@bob-ngarly
01/20/14 09:42:09PM
163 posts

Neglect vs. Back-Combing... Help Me Decide!


Dreading Methods

I wouldnt worry about seperating honestly until you have some legit knotting going on too.. seperating too much too early make lead you to slow down your progress more than you think.. let those knots form.. if you need to modify a section or separate it will not be that difficult until you are months and months in.

Bob Ngarly
@bob-ngarly
01/20/14 06:03:39PM
163 posts

Neglect vs. Back-Combing... Help Me Decide!


Dreading Methods

If your hair wants to dread naturally after only a day or two, i would suggest just going with that. THe backcomb can be discouraging because you lose progress before you make it. It also is a lot of work and likey to come undone. If you are worried about congoing, you could section your hair and leave it to dread naturally. or you could let your sections begin to take form, and then clean them up with a rat tail comb along the sections that your hair seems to naturally prefer. Cleaning up sections with a comb is not that hard, considering your hair will be no where near dreaded after a few weeks, which is usually when your sections begin to form. I have used just about every method, on my current set of dreads, go with the flow, try out what you like, but remember patience and time is the only thing that will actually make dreads. everything else we do i believe just helps our hair to look more like dreads short term. (back comb, gel, twists, etc...)

Bob Ngarly
@bob-ngarly
01/20/14 02:37:44PM
163 posts

UPDATE: Bald Head to Ballin Dreads 13 months.


Member Journals and Timelines

Thanks seph! Im really loving them right now. I cant wait for that one year mark!

Bob Ngarly
@bob-ngarly
01/20/14 12:58:54AM
163 posts

UPDATE: Bald Head to Ballin Dreads 13 months.


Member Journals and Timelines

Its been 7 months for me now fellas. check out my new photos.

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