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Forum Activity for @heather-feather

Heather Feather
@heather-feather
03/03/13 11:42:06PM
21 posts

Just wanted to say..


Dready love

Hell yeah! where was this?
Heather Feather
@heather-feather
02/28/13 02:00:49PM
21 posts

3 year old dreads, need a little help


Dread Maintenance

maybe try braiding the loose hair?

Heather Feather
@heather-feather
02/27/13 08:27:27PM
21 posts

2 Dread Theories


General Talk

I have been using the bs rinse for a month now, which is the only method I have used to wash my hair so I can only comment on that method of washing. It does seem like everytime I do the soak and rinse my dreads feel a little tighter and more and more of the loose hairs find their way home. I do plan on trying out the bar soaps soon though!

As far as the hair near the neckline, I totally agree! Before I was intentionally letting my hair dread it seemed like the hair undernearth was always a knotty rats nest, but now that I want it to be it's oily and stringy!

Heather Feather
@heather-feather
02/27/13 07:32:01PM
21 posts

splitting dreadie


Dread Maintenance

well what I did was ended up pulling thelittlestdread out hair by hair basicially and turned out alright!

the dreads that I have seperated like this so far I have let dread back by themselves, no more t'n'r'ing for me!! I love the wildness!!


updated by @heather-feather: 02/05/15 10:12:49AM
Heather Feather
@heather-feather
02/27/13 06:20:51PM
21 posts

splitting dreadie


Dread Maintenance

If I leave this guy alone, will it keep splitting down the middle or will it dread together? I would rather not rip it apart at this point, I've already done it for a couple other ones and I feel like it's so rough on my hair. Should I put someembroiderythread around it? Thanks! Heather


updated by @heather-feather: 02/05/15 10:12:49AM
Heather Feather
@heather-feather
02/20/13 10:50:12PM
21 posts

Ixchel- Journey to Natural Locks 2 years 9 months!


Member Journals and Timelines

Your loops and knots are so much fun!! Beautiful!! :)

Heather Feather
@heather-feather
02/03/13 12:19:01PM
21 posts

How old were you when you started your dreads?


Dreadlocks Journey Emotional Support

I had my first set when I was 20 but ended up taking them out because of terrible headaches I was getting. I was palm rolling everyday and making then as tight as I could at the roots.. no wonder I was getting headaches!! after 3 months I begged my mom to comb them out.Now 4 years later Im starting the journey again and it feels so right!! My dreads make me want to be one with the earth and all the creatures upon it ^.^ I even took a vow to stop eating meat when I put my dread in.. but that probably won't last as long as the dreads ;)
Heather Feather
@heather-feather
01/29/13 09:16:30PM
21 posts

Greetings earthlings *.*


Introduce Yourself

I mean that I got them all knotted up, I know it doesn't happen in a day.. I don't think they ever finish dreading, do they?!

soaring eagle said:

bronners will make u greasy in hrd warter it will not rinse out and lkeaves a heavy oily buildup the more often u wassh the greasier u will be even if its just hair grease not bronners buildup

let the bangs dread bbut what do you mean by "finnished dreading" u just started u dont dread inh a day it takes a long time

Heather Feather
@heather-feather
01/29/13 08:27:06PM
21 posts

Greetings earthlings *.*


Introduce Yourself

I think I do want to keep them undreaded but how do I keep my bangs from being so greasy? I just washed them today and their already greasy and I use Dr.B which is SUPPOSED to strip the oil..

And how long should I wait til I wash my new dreads? I'm sure I can find a discussion on that..

PS Melanie, I do gotta JIbboo!!<o)))>{

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