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Casey Fay
@Casey Fay
04/14/14 07:28:32AM
90 posts

I hope I am doing this right!


Help! Save My Dreads

Dread abortions hahahahaha I was really upset when all I seemed to be growing was a crop of flat knots and kinks. Now they are starting to shrink and straighten out . I will really miss the twirlies. Relax and enjoy the wonder of it all . I am so happy I quit worrying and just marvel.

Casey Fay
@Casey Fay
04/13/14 08:15:41AM
90 posts

Long ends/tips normal?


Dread Maintenance

Looked at your pixs they are really sweet!!!!!! Long ends are totally normal, in fact that is great. Water will drain much quicker and more of it. This will help prevent mold.I backcombed some of mine and yes they do fall out a little and then they re-tightened . Wish you peace and joy on your journey!

Casey Fay
@Casey Fay
04/06/14 01:18:17PM
90 posts

help!!


Help! Save My Dreads

I know exactly how you feelbecause I had knee surgery and was laid up for months. I took the pain not the pills. There are other things to help manage the healing.I cannot say for sure. but I would wait until I was healed before such a drastic step. I know it is just hair, but that hair can give you strength and pride.Pain pills can make you more depressed. Music, walking(Iknow painful) writing a journel , friends, even on line, will all help you heal. After you are better and the fog of pain meds are gone, then decide to let the dreads go. You might comb them out, or you might just end up keeping them.Sending you love and healing and remember you are not alone.

Casey Fay
@Casey Fay
04/06/14 12:57:16PM
90 posts

Henna and dreads


Dread Maintenance

None of my babies rinsed out, I just cut back to washing twice a week instead of three. Henna is so healthy for your hair, I was afraid it would impede the journey, but so far so good. Love my red dreads!!!!

Casey Fay
@Casey Fay
04/05/14 08:29:57PM
90 posts

Henna and dreads


Dread Maintenance

Iuse henna on my hair from Henna Hut. I talked to them about henna and dreads. I do not know the brand you use , but mine is mixed with water applied, then rinsed out. My directions say use cream rinse to remove dye, but I found it not necessary. I touch up my roots around 3-4 weeks and have, since I started my dreads 4 months ago. Henna Hut did say as dreads mature it would take more to rinse it out, but I am prepared for that. Since I dyed my hair before dreads, I will never have to dye my dreads entirely, just the roots. What color are your dreads and what process do you use when you color?How many steps do you have to do to mix it with anything?

Casey Fay
@Casey Fay
03/29/14 08:34:48PM
90 posts



Like you, I let most of my friends and family know on FB. I had a really nice picture taken and just posted a short message of look what I am doing and stressed howproud I was with the decision. Be confident because not all people you know will be as happy as you,Then sit back, youmight be amazed at the positive feedback.Good luck


updated by @Casey Fay: 10/21/15 04:48:10AM
Casey Fay
@Casey Fay
03/30/14 07:59:38AM
90 posts

So I back combed my dreads before I signed up here


Dread Maintenance

I backedcombed mine too. On one hand I am glad I did, it placed them to cover some thin spots in my hair. On the other hand, It does damage your hair some and I now realized I missed part of the ride. But that being said,just love them. Wash them and separate. Just let you know, as they start to change, they will blend, get messy, shift, and be nothing like you started. It is amazing to watch.The ones that fell out and reformed on their own, are the soft more natural looking ones. The ones I made to cover thin spots,are a little harder rougher. But I LOVE every one of them. I really like Vicki's soap better than Bronners. If you have the cash, definetly try.One bar last me almost two months, so worth it. Liquid soap from Vicki' would help them tighten even faster. (dreadlock shampoo) Good luck

Casey Fay
@Casey Fay
03/26/14 12:14:51PM
90 posts

Dready Hoopers!


Introduce Yourself

Casssie, join the hooper group here so we can see more videos. We would love to see pictures from the camp. Hey Hoopers hit a festival and post. I know all of us love dreadies who hoop. So much fun to watch.

Casey Fay
@Casey Fay
03/26/14 10:17:31AM
90 posts

Dready Hoopers!


Introduce Yourself

First nice dreads. You video was awesome for how long you have been working on your hooping. I cannot wait to see how you mature as you learn more dance moves. I understand your passion because I too just started hooping. My poly-pro is on the way. Hope you make it to camp!!!

Casey Fay
@Casey Fay
03/22/14 07:15:17AM
90 posts

David Icke Debunking Himalayan Salt?


Dread Products

I am with you toooooo cult like.. I have used Himalayan salt through my organic food co-op for almost five years and I know the research they do before they approve a product and while I believe there might be fake salt in Europe, but the real deal brought in to this country. Relax, Vicki would never use bogus products.

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