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Chloe H.
@Chloe H.
03/08/13 08:29:08PM
17 posts

Backcombed & now neglecting


Dreadlocks Journey Emotional Support

lol. Well, she hasn't said anything at all. Hopefully not. But thanks for the laugh. haha. I'm definitely diggin' the simba look. I'm excited to see how it'll look a year from now :) Have a good one SE!

soaring eagle said:

askingfor it is what makes u stri=onger

just take it all in and laugh it of

just laugh at her and say something like your so old fashioned its 2013 and we might not have flying cars yet but at least styles have evolved since you were young..get used to it cause the next decade is gonna be even weirder

just make a joke out of it..

Chloe H.
@Chloe H.
03/08/13 04:57:00PM
17 posts

Backcombed & now neglecting


Dreadlocks Journey Emotional Support

So I've been backcombing my hair for a couple of weeks now, I finished my whole head. (I took my time doing it of course, not in no rush) But I was neglecting my hair for a while, but it wasn't doing anything. My hair is too straight, so I backcombed to somewhat hurry the process of them. But after doing this, I'm just going to let nature do the rest. I've been using baking soda still & also, I'll use liquid dreadlock shampoo that I bought from dreadlockshampoo.com . Well I called my dad today to tell him (I always keep him updated with my life) & he was pretty much telling me that I'm not going to be able to get a job. It's worse enough I'm having trouble already, but I'm hearing all these things about how I won't be able to with dreadlocks. I know jobs can't discriminate, but they can always not hire for "other reasons". I'm not regretting that I started doing this, but I don't know if I'll be able to start working. Another thing I didn't think about is that I'm living with my boyfriend & his grandmother (who is very old-fashioned) I took out my lip piercing a few months ago because she would always comment about it. She did not like it at all. She would not stop looking at it. & it's like this about my tattoos also. & now I feel like she's staring at my hair constantly. I look like simba by the way (my significant other just gave me this name) My hair's straight poof. (I'm going to buy a slouchy beanie though. I just need to feel better about this. I don't want judgement upon me, but me doing this is pretty much asking for it.


updated by @Chloe H.: 01/13/15 09:48:35PM
Chloe H.
@Chloe H.
03/01/13 12:07:37PM
17 posts

Going to a water park tomorrow, rut roh.


Life Issues Facing Dreads

Well what I'm just going to rinse my hair with water. I used my dreadlock shampoo this morning. & thanks for not thinking this question is ridiculouslol
Chloe H.
@Chloe H.
02/28/13 11:35:42PM
17 posts

Going to a water park tomorrow, rut roh.


Life Issues Facing Dreads

Thanks again so much SE :)

soaring eagle said:

ofcourse but u just wanna limmit how much u soak up so soak well in fresh unchlorinated water 1st

have fun

Chloe H.
@Chloe H.
02/28/13 11:32:41PM
17 posts

Going to a water park tomorrow, rut roh.


Life Issues Facing Dreads

Well it's an indoor pool, it's in Indiana. So it's probably snowing there. The hotel I'm staying has a water park indoors. I do wash it, I just needed to know if it would mess up the dread process. I have the dreadlock shampoo by the way, I'm not using baking soda anymore. So it will be okay to go in the chlorine water?

soaring eagle said:

yes..it will get wet

and its mid winter (here at least) so will freeeeeze

maybe yoir in australia or somwhere warm in that case..it will just get wet

has your hair ever caugght fire from getting wet/

or melted?

or turned orange or green?

or glowed in the dark?

water has 1 effect on hair..gets it wet

u do wash it i hope right

oh

if it is chlorinated wet the dreds very well 1st to lessen water absorbtion (chlorine absorption i mean)

then wash after..but not with baking soda!

Chloe H.
@Chloe H.
02/28/13 11:03:29PM
17 posts

Going to a water park tomorrow, rut roh.


Life Issues Facing Dreads

Will going in the water (pool) affect my hair?


updated by @Chloe H.: 02/14/15 10:43:27AM
Chloe H.
@Chloe H.
02/28/13 10:23:58PM
17 posts

Is there a certain way to use the dreadlock shampoo if you're on the 7th day of the neglect/ freeform?


Dread Maintenance

alright thank you SE!

soaring eagle said:

put a lil bit on yoir hand or head use fingertips to scrub it into the scalp gently

try not to move the hair around much just concentrate on the scalp

then rinse well

Chloe H.
@Chloe H.
02/28/13 10:21:04PM
17 posts

Is there a certain way to use the dreadlock shampoo if you're on the 7th day of the neglect/ freeform?


Dread Maintenance

I have the liquid.

NaturalDreads01 said:

do you have the bar or liquid?

Chloe H.
@Chloe H.
02/28/13 09:33:26PM
17 posts

Is there a certain way to use the dreadlock shampoo if you're on the 7th day of the neglect/ freeform?


Dread Maintenance

I was wondering if there's a certain way to use the dreadlock shampoo, is it the same as the bs shampoo? But how much do I use?


updated by @Chloe H.: 01/13/15 09:47:58PM
Chloe H.
@Chloe H.
02/26/13 04:19:58PM
17 posts

Help please.


General Questions

Thank you SE!

soaring eagle said:

yea sounds like cheap oil

heres where id get it from now onmountain rose herbs

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