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RayneMama
@RayneMama
07/14/17 10:26:03PM
39 posts

Organic dreadlock soap help needed


Dread Products

I agree to vicki's dreadlock shampoo. Perhaps a deep cleansing soak with BS/ACV would be good first if they are really in need of cleaning
RayneMama
@RayneMama
07/14/17 10:22:56PM
39 posts

Question on Roots


Dread Maintenance

I would never consider using BS/ACV as a regular washing solution because IMO it does cause damage. However, I did use it as a deep cleanse where I soaked my hair fully submerged for about 30 minutes at 6 months, and then rinse, rinse, rinse. I plan to do it again after summer because of the swimming in pools, oceans, and rivers, ect. Try tea tree oil on your scalp to help your roots. I put a few drops on my finger tips then massage my scalp all over. Helps with itchiness, oily scalp, dandruff and more.

My knowledge is only from my research and my own experiences for the past year.
RayneMama
@RayneMama
07/14/17 04:44:06PM
39 posts

Question on Roots


Dread Maintenance

I recommend a deep cleanse. Try parting your hair in different ways daily to close up the part
RayneMama
@RayneMama
07/14/17 04:37:54PM
39 posts

Should I stick with my neglect method or switch to crochet?


General Questions

Your locks are looking beautiful. I used a crochet hook for a few days until I broke it at about 6 months. It helped, a bit. I was afraid I would damage them so I'm glad it broke. What I can recommend is getting locking gel from Dreadlockshampoo.com that will help shape them and hold the shape when you palm roll. Also you can use beads and wraps to help shape some of the bumps and loops
RayneMama
@RayneMama
07/14/17 04:33:16PM
39 posts

Organic dreadlock soap help needed


Dread Products

You have NEVER washed your locks?
RayneMama
@RayneMama
07/14/17 04:31:49PM
39 posts

Help choosing a method for thin fine hair


Dreading Methods

My hair at about 11 months

And my pre-locked hair
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updated by @RayneMama: 07/14/17 04:31:51PM
RayneMama
@RayneMama
07/14/17 04:25:04PM
39 posts

Help choosing a method for thin fine hair


Dreading Methods

Never use wax

I have had my locks for a year now. I used the freeform, but not neglect. I have straight, thin, hair. I wash and separate so they don't grow into one large lock. I use vicki's just for dreads shampoo and locking gel. You can find the link to the shop on this site. Dreadlockshampoo.com
RayneMama
@RayneMama
02/03/17 09:37:14PM
39 posts

Natural Loc journey


Introduce Yourself

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[quote="RayneMama"] I've been hanging around here since July and haven't done an intro. So here it is. I haven't brushed my hair in 4 months. I kept them very thin as they mature, keeping them from going into a Congo with beads on the ones who keep trying to eat everything. [/quote]

[quote="RayneMama"] I've been hanging around here since July and haven't done an intro. So here it is. I haven't brushed my hair in 4 months. I kept them very thin as they mature, keeping them from going into a Congo with beads on the ones who keep trying to eat everything. [/quote] Snapchat1386589107.jpg

RayneMama
@RayneMama
02/03/17 09:21:53PM
39 posts

Natural Loc journey


Introduce Yourself

RayneMama: I've been hanging around here since July and haven't done an intro. So here it is. I haven't brushed my hair in 4 months. I kept them very thin as they mature, keeping them from going into a Congo with beads on the ones who keep trying to eat everything.

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