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Kelsey Cliche!
@Kelsey Cliche!
05/10/13 02:50:30AM
122 posts

PLANTS N HERBS THAT I CAN GROW FOR DAILY USE . .?


General Talk

I use rosemary from my garden a lot. Cilantro and mint are really nice too. I haven't done much in the way of using them other than for cooking, but you could make a tea out of either of those three.
Kelsey Cliche!
@Kelsey Cliche!
05/05/13 03:03:55AM
122 posts

A question before I start my journey correctly


General Questions

I say go for it. Just leave it alone other than washing/separating. If your scalp is irritated & your hair is potentially damaged, that will be the best for it anyway.
Kelsey Cliche!
@Kelsey Cliche!
05/05/13 02:35:11AM
122 posts

sticky/ mushy dread roots please help!


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

Weird, I've used it with no buildup or problems. But hardly anything else works with my water type. Funny how that can affect it so much. I'd be interested to try the dreadlockshampoo once I'm outta my other soaps.
Kelsey Cliche!
@Kelsey Cliche!
05/05/13 02:21:57AM
122 posts

Wedding Dreads


Dreadlocks Journey Emotional Support

I agree on the biotin--research foods that have it and up those if you can to get it naturally. I'm getting married in August and currently my hair is half dreaded...it's kind of exciting not knowing how they'll look by then. :) Can you use bobby pins at all? There are stronger holding ones at beauty supply shops like Sally's. I looked at your photos and I Iike the half up/down look on you. You could fasten that with a pretty barrette and your veil. Or find a flower wreath, fun headband, or blusher veil that suits your style and wear your hair down. Lastly, if your wedding is vintage at all, you could pin it up and find an awesome hat to wear. Hope that helps to spark some creativity!
Kelsey Cliche!
@Kelsey Cliche!
05/03/13 02:17:43AM
122 posts

is it true that some dreads never fully mature


General Questions

I've heard of hair not dreading at all, especially around the face. Mine has been pretty stubborn in that area. I saw a girl on YouTube saying that her hair framing her face never dreaded, and her dreads were 9 years old. But dreads that start knotting continue to knot until mature.
Kelsey Cliche!
@Kelsey Cliche!
04/30/13 12:53:39AM
122 posts

elastic bands (dundundun)


Dread Maintenance

Small wooden beads are easier to keep track of. I got a pack at hobby lobby and it didn't cost much.
Kelsey Cliche!
@Kelsey Cliche!
04/23/13 12:51:10AM
122 posts

Weak dreads


Introduce Yourself

I am no expert but I agree that removing wax will lighten the weight on each dread. You could also potentially trim them up to the weak spots. That way you wouldn't be starting over completely, but still would be getting rid of some damage and starting fresh from there.
Kelsey Cliche!
@Kelsey Cliche!
04/23/13 12:25:15AM
122 posts

need dread surgery


Help! Save My Dreads

I am not in that area but I'm sure you'll find someone to help you out. In the meantime if you are suicidal please seek help from a friend, psychiatrist, or therapist.
Kelsey Cliche!
@Kelsey Cliche!
04/13/13 12:18:09AM
122 posts

A funeral and a brush :(


Dreadlocks Journey Emotional Support

I'm sorry to hear about your grandad. I agree with the first comment. I think you made the right choice while this is going on. It's respectful to your grandfather and family. Your parents probably have a lot on their minds, so this is one less thing for them to worry about. And you haven't lost too much time by brushing it out. :) You can always start again!
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