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Nicole V.
@Nicole V.
10/06/13 02:17:19AM
4 posts

are my bangs causing issues with "locking"?


General Questions

I've been growing dreads now for about 7 months. I decided from the beginning to keep my bangs trimmed and combed.The rest I've let nature do it's thing, and for the most part it's going great. I use Dr. Bronners all one soap to shampoo about twice a week. Separate when needed.The problem I'm having is the front couple of inches of hair on both sides of my hair next to my bangs is being really resistant to knotting. I am careful when "combing" my bangs, and I just use my fingers anyhow. Is this possibly keeping the surrounding hair from dreading? It seems like one side of my head has dreaded faster than the other, and overall I've noticed a pattern of dreads that started grim the beck of my head and moved forward. Is it normal to just have the front part of the hair dread last?
updated by @Nicole V.: 01/13/15 09:58:29PM
Nicole V.
@Nicole V.
06/19/13 04:51:26PM
4 posts

Big Girl Dreads


Introduce Yourself

I've found that dreads are quite complimentary on ladies like us that are curvaceous. Personally, I always hated how my hair looked until I tossed out my brush. Something about the voluminous nature of dreads helps balance the figure as a whole.
updated by @Nicole V.: 07/23/15 03:23:00PM
Nicole V.
@Nicole V.
05/06/13 05:12:12PM
4 posts

Perhaps ending my journey :(


Dread Maintenance

If it smells, perhaps it's not "dandruff", but perhaps an over colonization of yeast on your scalp? Maybe try some live active cultures... I don't know, I've dealt with psoriasis on my scalp my whole life and never noticed any "smell"


updated by @Nicole V.: 07/23/15 06:29:09PM
Nicole V.
@Nicole V.
05/07/13 05:31:38PM
4 posts

Just plain mean


Life Issues Facing Dreads

I recently came across someone's entire BLOG dedicated to "dreaded white people"... and it is not nice. Hate comes from all types, I suppose...