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Karrington <3
@Karrington <3
10/29/12 08:42:19PM
98 posts

Can nursing students live on campus?


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Of course they can! Some colleges require you to live on campus your first year(especially if you just graduated high school) but others give you an option. Where are you located?

Karrington <3
@Karrington <3
10/29/12 08:40:01PM
98 posts

Nusing job with dreads?


dreads jobs employment issues

Keep them! As long as you can put them up out of your face, they shouldn't discriminate on you. I am applying to nursing school next month and I dare them to tell me to cut my locks! Good luck!

Karrington <3
@Karrington <3
09/09/12 02:04:08PM
98 posts

new feature-get active earn pints and rank


General Talk

I see it! It looks cool :) Good work SE

Karrington <3
@Karrington <3
07/18/12 10:13:33PM
98 posts

washing hair


Dread Maintenance

I wash mine pretty much every day too.. I have to wear a hat at work and my head has never been fond of the damn things. I would suggest that if you wash every day, to wring them out and gently pat them dry with a towel or chill in the sun for a bit.. :D

Karrington <3
@Karrington <3
09/09/12 02:07:48PM
98 posts

Curly dreads timeline


Member Journals and Timelines

Lookin good :) I LOVE your hair, It looks amazing :)

Karrington <3
@Karrington <3
06/06/12 07:30:06PM
98 posts

Maintenance Question


Dread Maintenance

I'd say when it starts to lock.. I would separate but not too much because that would make your roots weak..
Karrington <3
@Karrington <3
06/05/12 08:33:15PM
98 posts

Maintenance Question


Dread Maintenance

Yup.. That stuff is nothing but trouble.. lol

Karrington <3
@Karrington <3
06/05/12 08:28:17PM
98 posts

Maintenance Question


Dread Maintenance

Aside from separating so they don't congo, that's about all the maintenance that is really needed.. My locks are 9 months old and the older that get the more they will dread together naturally at the root. I thought the new growth would never dread on its own but I was wrong. It did :D

Good luck to you! This is a great place with great people that give top notch advice.. all you have to do is ask if you are ever in doubt :D

Good luck!!!!

Karrington <3
@Karrington <3
06/07/12 09:53:07PM
98 posts

making your own dread lock shampoo..


Dread Products

@Heather, I only use it every once in a while.. Not too much.. Have you tried adding baking soda to it? It makes my hair feel squeaky clean.. :) sorry about your scalp though.. :(
Karrington <3
@Karrington <3
06/05/12 07:42:37PM
98 posts

making your own dread lock shampoo..


Dread Products

I use "Planet" brand dish soap (it doesn't have a scent so you can add whatever herbs or essential oils to it for smell) and then I add a liberal amount of whatever I want it to smell like, shake it up.. Then I add about a tea spoon of baking soda and shake it again to mix it well. I use mine like maybe once or twice a week for the deep clean that the shampoo that I use regularly can't handle.. It works for me and my boyfriend constantly has his nose buried in my dreads because he loves the way they smell. Right now I have a patchouli shampoo mix on my dread care menu. Love it. :D

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