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Cindy Bage
@Cindy Bage
12/01/11 09:14:07PM
6 posts

Losing a bit of hope on my dreads


Dreading Methods

dang I had 3 different posts open n posted it on the wrong one ..sry

Cindy Bage
@Cindy Bage
12/01/11 06:52:37PM
6 posts

Losing a bit of hope on my dreads


Dreading Methods

here is where I got mine from :

http://aloeverafarms.com/originals.htm

I bought the gel in a 32 oz. size. It has a 2 year refrigerated shelf life so that will be all I would need unless I decide to add it into something to drink.

I have only used it a few times as I have fairly thin blonde hair and aloe does have a conditioning effect so use it very sparingly to help tame the fuzziness when I really need to.

Cindy Bage
@Cindy Bage
10/03/11 07:39:18PM
6 posts

This is so sad...why am I laughing?


General Talk

its a wonder shes not rubbing that kids head bald.. reminds me of the sandpaper pads they sell to rub the hair off of women's legs..

Cindy Bage
@Cindy Bage
09/20/11 03:10:49PM
6 posts

Want dreads, but have no money? Heres what to do:


Dread Products

yes my hair is very straight, and fine. did you dilute the vinegar or use it straight from the bottle ?

ty for your response.

Jessa said:

Hey Cindy, if you have straighitst hair I recommened you use the vinegar. I blow dried my hair after soaking, and I had baby dreads after 5 hours of backcoming

updated by @Cindy Bage: 07/18/15 05:18:21AM
Cindy Bage
@Cindy Bage
09/20/11 02:46:02AM
6 posts

Want dreads, but have no money? Heres what to do:


Dread Products

I have a question about using the white vinegar, I have fairly oily hair, been trying to extend out the wash time to get my hair at least decent looking after 2 days of not washing before I start dreading naturally, should I use the white vinegar ( and what dilution ratio ) to start my dreading process or should I skip that and just try the BS wash and not use vinegar at all ?

Cindy Bage
@Cindy Bage
10/25/11 03:35:42PM
6 posts

super clean dreads (safe for baby locks too)


Dread Maintenance

Baking soda and baking powder are two different items, baking soda is usually in a bright yellow pasteboard box for the Arm & Hammer brand, baking powders usually come in a tin can. So what he meant was making sure you buy the baking soda and not the baking powder.

Sickness said:

hey se. in your recipe you said you use arm and hammer baking soda, but its not powder. did you buy it like that or did you use actual powder and just mix it with water?