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Hannah Moore
@Hannah Moore
02/21/14 06:15:47PM
68 posts

residue free


Dread Maintenance

Hey I make my own shampoo I use 15% decyl glucoside, 25% lauryl glucoside and fill the rest up with water and a few drops of essential oils (I use peppermint, rosemary, lavender and tea tree) - blend it all together and that's it =]

I have hard water too and the supplier I use told me those ingredients are residue free.

Hannah Moore
@Hannah Moore
02/21/14 03:05:47PM
68 posts

Having second thoughts


General Talk

Haha thanks Panterra =] I guess I'm lucky in that my hair has knotted up quite a bit in only 2 months.

My friends has said that the back of my head looks like I've started to spike part of it up and then decided to leave the rest lol as there is a cluster of really shrunken short ones that just stick out all the time. My hair isn't even chin length its like to the top of my lip if I pull it down. I know in time they will growbut cant help having doubts about certain things and be worried about mould etc.


updated by @Hannah Moore: 07/23/15 02:31:58AM
Hannah Moore
@Hannah Moore
02/19/14 05:39:22PM
68 posts

Having second thoughts


General Talk

Thank you Sting Rey for taking the time to write that =] I really appreciate your advice.

Hannah Moore
@Hannah Moore
02/19/14 02:41:24PM
68 posts

Having second thoughts


General Talk

Thanks guys you've reassured me a little I'm still a bit uncertain but I'm not going to cut them without really thinking about it. I started growing dreads for the journey but I also like the style and love the look of long dreads which is why the shrinkage concerns me so much.

Kris -I don't like to use a blow dryer asI don't want the heat to damage my hair.. I've always been extra careful with how I treat my hair as it is so thin which is why I've never straightened it etc. Plus where I live I can notdo the BS/ACV wash as my water is very hard and itdoesn't wash out properly.

Hannah Moore
@Hannah Moore
02/19/14 05:29:31AM
68 posts

Having second thoughts


General Talk

I started growing dreads about 2 months ago and have seen a lot more progress than I expected during that time. I love the messiness of my hair and I love dreadlocks but now that its actually becoming a reality that I am growing them, I'm worried it might not be the best thing for me.

I work in a environment where there are a lot of powdered ingredients that get everywhere, including in my hair and I'm concerned it may cause mould, especially as lately quite a few people have posted on here about finding mould in their dreads.

Also the dreads I have have shrunk so much some of them are only like 2-3inches long which means when all my hair is dreaded they'll be really short and probably take like 4 years to get back to my undreaded hair length.

I'm not sure what to do as the dreads I have would be impossible to comb out so I would have to cut my hair. Either that or I could leave my hair to dread and see how it turns out after a year or so... but then might end up cutting them off anyway if they all turn out 2 inches long so seems like a waste of time.


updated by @Hannah Moore: 09/19/15 02:49:14PM
Hannah Moore
@Hannah Moore
02/08/14 05:33:48AM
68 posts

Reassure me?


Dread Maintenance

The knots you have now all came from loose hair so be patient knowing that in time the hair that is loose now will eventually be beautiful UNIQUE dreadlocks, unlike those people who have maintenance and all look the same. You chose the natural path for a reason so just remember that and remind yourself of it whenever you feel jealous. Oh and by the way you have really gorgeous eyes =]

Hannah Moore
@Hannah Moore
01/25/14 12:21:41PM
68 posts

natural dreads in super soft strait hair


Introduce Yourself

I make my own shampoo (I'm the one who you commented on earlier asking how I made it)

Hannah Moore
@Hannah Moore
01/25/14 12:15:18PM
68 posts

natural dreads in super soft strait hair


Introduce Yourself

I have very fine straight hair too and looks bit shorter than yours. I cant use the bs acv wash either because I have hard water, that may be why it makes you itch... Also when you wash don't rub your hair with a towel as apparently that makes knots fall out. I've just been washing, sleeping on a wool pillow and occasionally spraying with sea salt.

Be careful with lemon juice too as I've heard that can really damage your hair.

Hannah Moore
@Hannah Moore
02/08/14 05:14:06AM
68 posts

Yet another natural timeline =]


Member Journals and Timelines

Been so ill this last week I've been getting up, going to work, coming home and going straight to bed. And the whole time I've been wearing my hat to try and stay warm so when I took my hat off today my hair looked so crazy and had a lot of separating to do lol (this was taken after separating so doesn't look as wild I should've taken a pic before I separated xD)


updated by @Hannah Moore: 02/05/15 10:12:49AM
Hannah Moore
@Hannah Moore
01/31/14 04:50:44AM
68 posts

Yet another natural timeline =]


Member Journals and Timelines

Nearly 7 weeks - ones at the back are developing the quickest and they've shrunk a lot more than I expected... cant say I'm keen on the length hope they don't all go that short but guess they'll grow out eventually...


updated by @Hannah Moore: 02/05/15 10:12:49AM
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