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Brianna Elizabeth
@Brianna Elizabeth
05/26/13 08:32:47PM
19 posts

Dry locks


General Questions

There so dry because you are not using the ACV to balance your haira natural PH balance its getting stripped. But any long term use of BS will pull out color in your hair over time, try a dread shampoo bar and do BS with ACV a few times a month
Brianna Elizabeth
@Brianna Elizabeth
05/06/13 12:16:07AM
19 posts

feeling kinda flatttttt


Dread Maintenance

Thanks so much everyone I feel alot better about my locs lol I went and bought some cool beads and it helped a bit! and I am about to check out that video for flat dreads riiiiight now!

Brianna Elizabeth
@Brianna Elizabeth
05/04/13 01:32:33AM
19 posts

feeling kinda flatttttt


Dread Maintenance

So my roots of my dreads are starting to get flat, is this normal? my sections are all about an inch and my dreads are all fairly thin but my roots are dreading great yet the back is all flat will this flatten out?? Im about 3 and a half months in btw


updated by @Brianna Elizabeth: 01/13/15 09:51:58PM
Brianna Elizabeth
@Brianna Elizabeth
05/02/13 02:38:00PM
19 posts

I don't know what to do about my dreads! They look so ratty!


Help! Save My Dreads

it sounds like your roots were interlocked, which is actually really bad for the dread! dreads shouldnt ever be forced or "fixed" there is never any need for "touch ups" or "tightening" your hair dreads naturally its technically impossible to dread in a day, or a month, it takes a very long time to acctually look mature and be mature some never fully mature! so id say just leave them 100% alone and see how that goes! use any wax?? or products?

Brianna Elizabeth
@Brianna Elizabeth
04/06/13 03:54:25PM
19 posts

Advice needed - problems with washing them


Dread Maintenance

stop tnr'ing your hair keeps undoing it because not all hair can hold the artificial knotts in, all my back combed dreads fell out too so i know what your feeling lol. your gonna want to leave them alone 100% if you want nice dreads neglect is probably the only way your hair will dread, and thats the BEST way. anything to "start" dreads isnt needed. ALL hair dreads on its own the only thing you need to do is wash and seperate your hair will actually section itself no matter what you do. hope I helped a little(:

Brianna Elizabeth
@Brianna Elizabeth
03/01/13 05:54:01PM
19 posts

dred extentions? yes or no?


General Questions

holy crap not thinking I want those extensions any more hahahaha
Brianna Elizabeth
@Brianna Elizabeth
03/01/13 01:17:18AM
19 posts

dred extentions? yes or no?


General Questions

well im considering at about 9 months to maybe get some dread extensions, but in wondering what things can happen, if its worth it, should I do it myself, how is the best way to put them in and how to take care of them, advice oh please!
updated by @Brianna Elizabeth: 02/14/15 06:17:09AM
Brianna Elizabeth
@Brianna Elizabeth
02/26/13 02:45:46PM
19 posts

Fresh rosemarry and basil leaves?


Dread Maintenance

okay awesome!! thanks for the adviceee!!

Brianna Elizabeth
@Brianna Elizabeth
02/26/13 02:03:12PM
19 posts

Fresh rosemarry and basil leaves?


Dread Maintenance

So at this point I cant buy any oils just yet, I intend to once I get paid but I have been taking my rosemarry leaves and basil leaves and boiling them into a tea, and pouring them on my dreads for about 30 minutes (after of course letting it cool down in the fridge and sifting out the leaves), I really only leave it on that long because I love the smell it leaves, but is this even an effective way to temporarily get some herbs in my dreadies?


updated by @Brianna Elizabeth: 01/13/15 09:47:44PM
Brianna Elizabeth
@Brianna Elizabeth
02/26/13 02:17:10PM
19 posts

dready timeline January-present


Member Journals and Timelines

Thanks guys! Yeah backcombing was just a wasted day and Im pretty sure I damaged my scalp on top of my hair to begin with thank goodness it didn't all break off!

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