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Rustdust
@Rustdust
02/01/14 09:03:56PM
72 posts

crochet dreads recovery Need help and advise


General Questions

I Shouldn't say I'm not seeing a lot of change, as there are progressive changes happening, its just more subtle now than it was 8 weeks ago. My hair has grown of coarse and its got a bit messier but what Ive noticed lately is a lot of my ends have opened up and are curling and taking on new forms.

Rustdust
@Rustdust
02/01/14 07:02:47PM
72 posts

crochet dreads recovery Need help and advise


General Questions

OK so here are some pics from the 25 Jan 2014, they are the most recent pic in the recovery process but I'm not seeing a lot of change since the last photo I posted dated 8th Dec.


updated by @Rustdust: 02/05/15 10:12:49AM
Rustdust
@Rustdust
01/25/14 07:03:21PM
72 posts

Oh No!! A Set-Back!!


General Questions

My wife was having the same problem with a lump of matted hair so we followed her natural sections that had formed after the first 3 weeks and we twisted and ripped it all ... problem solved.

Rustdust
@Rustdust
01/24/14 10:02:07AM
72 posts

Mold! HELP!


Dread Maintenance

Not a fan of the Vinegar and sodium thing, PH values are extreme, not good long term in my opinion, The best things for mould is air flow and sunlight ... do you live in a cold climate ?

Rustdust
@Rustdust
01/03/14 12:00:18AM
72 posts

crocheting


Dreading Methods

I'm recovering from the crochet method and aside from "Damage debate" its a waste of money you will constantly be getting maintenance and it last like 2 weeks and then their messy again and it never ends and your never satisfied, the thing about natural is that they start messy and get better and better, crochet start off neat and get worse and worse ... then you go get maintenance and their all neat again and then they get worse and worse .... like I said it never ends.

Rustdust
@Rustdust
12/29/13 09:10:14PM
72 posts

crochet dreads recovery Need help and advise


General Questions

WOW SE, Im sorry to here that mate, I never mentioned them on here because I figured no one would know who they are.... that really is terrible man.

soaring eagle said:

the weirdsustas are not lovel;u people they are crazy frewaks from hell they joined in mass here lied claiming they dont approve of crochet cauise of the harm they do they instead use a natueal methiod to use the hairs own hooks to weave it togerher ..later u found it was crochet then they went nuts stalking us sending hundreds of emails a day to hundreds of members abusive crap the owner put curses on me called the police in melbourn cause a guy named soaringeagle in america said crochet is bad

they piy an ad on adsence and requesated it display on here after it did 1 or 2 times (would have to be 100 times to earn a penny) they claimed they owned the site since thier ad payed for it and demanded everything bad about crochet be removed

i had to block thier ads too

they are far from lovely people

Rustdust
@Rustdust
12/29/13 10:47:04AM
72 posts

just wondering


Introduce Yourself

If you have been washing you hair with regular shampoo for many years and its geared for "Oily hair" you are probably just experiencing a change, Coz your hairs natural oil's are prominent now more so than ever and will settle, The dreading process is *unique*for everyone, thus giving youunique Dreads.

Just wash when you want to or need to...every second, every third day. I wash mine with the weather, In winter one or two times a week, In summer two or three times a week ...washed dread are sweet Dread's.

Rustdust
@Rustdust
12/29/13 09:51:23AM
72 posts

crochet dreads recovery Need help and advise


General Questions

Oh . and I will post some updated Pic's of my progress just after the new year ... cheers Rust.

Rustdust
@Rustdust
12/29/13 09:39:47AM
72 posts

crochet dreads recovery Need help and advise


General Questions

Hay Emily, there is a few around Melbourne, most work form home but the one I went to originallyis in Northcote, called Weirdsistas, lovely people, but really expensive ... never heard of *gasp*.... save ya money, be a littlepatientand Go the natural.... and when you have great dreads you will love em more coz you let nature do the work....and there is no going back formaintenance.... mywifeis dreadingnaturally and is about 2 or 3 weeks in to it and she can see lots of progress.... look here http://www.dreadlockssite.com/forum/topics/my-natural-dread-transition-new-beginnings?xg_source=activity

Rustdust
@Rustdust
12/26/13 06:24:31PM
72 posts

How often do you shower?


General Questions

I have a quick shower before work to wake up , and a shower when I get home to clean up .... what a bizarre thread LOL

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