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Agota Urbikaite
@Agota Urbikaite
07/29/14 04:04:57AM
9 posts

my 1 year natural timeline :)


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yeah i love them too :) thank youu :)

Laura Breitenbach said:

Very cool! Dread timelines are my favorite, and it's hard to find people who did it without any back combing or tnr or anything. Good job being so patient! :D
Agota Urbikaite
@Agota Urbikaite
07/29/14 04:04:06AM
9 posts

my 1 year natural timeline :)


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thank youu! :) at the start i separated them every week, then i did a bit less, like maybe every 2/3 weeks and right now i just separate a few dreads whenever i randomly come cross ones that need separating. :)

Jimmy DC said:

Those are awesome dreads. Great timeline as well, Also wondering how often did you separate because it looked like it sectioned quite well. Happy 1 year dread-niversary!

Agota Urbikaite
@Agota Urbikaite
07/28/14 04:39:04PM
9 posts

my 1 year natural timeline :)


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thank you for watching! :)

Michael John Heath said:

Inspiring!! thankyou for sharing :)
Agota Urbikaite
@Agota Urbikaite
07/28/14 04:38:43PM
9 posts

my 1 year natural timeline :)


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thank you!

soaring eagle said:

damn how to go from kinda beautiful to smokin hot in just a year

beautiful journey

Agota Urbikaite
@Agota Urbikaite
07/28/14 07:52:02AM
9 posts

my 1 year natural timeline :)


Member Journals and Timelines

a few days ago marked a year since i stopped brushing my hair. i made a video of my dread journey and posted it on my youtube channel :) would be cool if you lovely people could check it out if you're interested.

thank you :)

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updated by @Agota Urbikaite: 01/13/15 10:04:58PM
Agota Urbikaite
@Agota Urbikaite
11/09/13 09:55:55AM
9 posts

2 1/2 months natural dreads starting to drive me crazy!!!!!


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i think ur hair looks good :) better than mine right now at 3 and a half months :P i used to tie my hair up for school all the time but a week ago i started wearing it down. people look at me weird and judge me. some people like it and that makes me feel good. but those that dont understand it i simply ignore. just take a look at ur hair and be happy about the little things, like ur first knot or sectioning. it really helps me. i love it and it makes me happy how far i have come along.

good luck and dont give up :)

Agota Urbikaite
@Agota Urbikaite
07/22/13 01:37:31PM
9 posts

Sleeping with dreads + natural dreads!


General Questions

thank you! this really helped a lot! :) i will start tomorrow!

Ojas Acharya said:

Hello there, TnR is NOT real dreads.... when u do TnR you only decide for yourself where u want the sections of your future dreads to be.... Then when u leave these TnR'ed sections alone for months, they loosen up after a few washes and start knotting up to form dreadlocks. you only do this and leave them alone. doing it again means u are resetting ur progress (if any) again to day 1... these TnRed sections HAVE to loosen up in order to form dreadlocks. so it is completely normal.

Glad to know that u wanna start natural now. the best part about this method is there are NO steps involved. when u stop combing ur hair, u start the natural method. Yes your hair will look very messy for the initial part, but slowly as time goes by your scalp will automatically separate itself into sections which will later keep maturing into dreads. this may take a few months but it will surely be a great journey and u will be fascinated to experience the changes in ur hair every week and every month. as the sections form themselves all u have to do is to keep a check on them in case if any of ur sections are combining with other sections to form really fat dreads. if they are combining, u have to rip them apart gently and that is the only maintenace u ever have to do. keep washing your hair 2-3 times a week. just wash n go!!! no combing, no styling, nothing.. just accept whatever your hair does and trust them cos u will have beautiful natural dreads which u will be proud of one day. :) you can read the 'DREADUCATION, DREADING METHODS, DREADLOCKS MAINTENANCE' pages for any further doubts. good luck :)

Agota Urbikaite
@Agota Urbikaite
07/22/13 11:36:51AM
9 posts

Sleeping with dreads + natural dreads!


General Questions

hey! i was just wondering if u need to cover up ur dreads when u r sleeping to prevent them falling apart or getting lint in the dreads? i had TnR dreads for a short while and they fell apart after a few nights.

also, i am now thinking of getting dreads naturally (thanks to this awesome site). i am a little confused about this method, though. what are the steps involved? should i section and seperate my hair every week or so?


updated by @Agota Urbikaite: 01/13/15 09:55:44PM
Agota Urbikaite
@Agota Urbikaite
07/22/13 09:10:16AM
9 posts

dreaducation, comprehensive guide to all things dready


Dreading Methods

hey! i want to get dreadlocks but am unsure of which method i should use - natural or twist and rip. i want to get them before schools starts again and they should look acceptable for shcool. i dont want to damage my hair and but im not sure about how to start using the natural method. any advice?

also, a question. when u r only starting out with dreadlocks, how do u washed them so they dont fall apart and how often? do u just use the baking soda like usual?

thank you :)