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Sheribaby
@sheribaby
09/04/12 03:47:39AM
30 posts

2.5 weeks w/out washing


Dread Maintenance

I probably washed about every 3-4 weeks through winter - didn't feel the need to wash it as often - but in summer if i go outside and do yardwork or ride my horses or go bushwalking and get all sweaty - i definitely wash them - or I'll spend all night scratching my scalp - otherwise its only once a week at the most.

Sheribaby
@sheribaby
09/01/12 08:45:11PM
30 posts

Build up, how do I rid myself of this?


Dread Maintenance

I have exactly the same issue. if I scratch my scalp I get white stuff under my nails. difference is that I use rainwater to shower which is soft.
Sheribaby
@sheribaby
08/31/12 07:38:51PM
30 posts

☼ WINTER SOLSTICE SECRET SWAP


Dread Products

I'm in Australia - so its heating up........bummer

Sheribaby
@sheribaby
05/08/12 06:17:51AM
30 posts

crochet recovery experiences


crochet and dread tools recovery

So mine were started with TnR, crochet and interlocking.

1. I crocheted 2 or 3 times after the intitial creation

2. at three months I crocheted them myself - then at 6 months I had them crocheted by the people that started them. Somewhere between 0 and 6 months I probably sat on the couch and attempted to crochet a few - nothing too dramatic)

3. 3 or 4 maximum crochet sessions

4. 6 months is when i stopped (approx)

5. I think I noticed the regrowth dreading on its own after maybe 4 or 5 months (can't really remember) so thats a guestimate - I'm not totally sure about looping but I have loops on the bottom 4 inches of dread

6. They were tight because they had just been crocheted :) but they have softened up a lot and are quite spongy now.

7. Not really fuzzy at all - there is loose hairs coming out of the dreads but they are not and have never really been tragically fluffy since i stopped crochet - admittedly though I had hair down to my thigh/butt region before I dreaded so I don't know if that is an advantage to not having fluffies or not

8. I'm 19months in (13 of which are no crochet) and they still look a bit woven but I honestly think thats more from the TnR than crochet

9. The roots started locking naturally pretty quickly - probably 4-5 months after I stopped interlocking and crocheting

10. They haven't looked "manufactured"to me for a few months (people keep telling me to get them "fixed")

Hope thats what you are after SE ..... I never really crocheted my roots though - they were interlocked and I used a big doll makers needle to pull regrowth up inside the dread to stop the fuzzy halo look - the crochet was mainly used to pull fuzzies in on the lengthy part of the dread (not the base)

Sheribaby
@sheribaby
04/06/12 05:38:41PM
30 posts

Encounters of the Wild Kind


General Talk

It's all real - I could see the snake in front of my eyes when it was on my head.

oostan heimach said:

that was a good story. was the first part a dream? i enjoyed it.

Sheribaby
@sheribaby
04/06/12 05:12:58AM
30 posts

my dealings with the police..I just want to be free. read please


Alternative Lifestyles and Subcultures

Sorry this has happened - I have no experience with this sort of thing but maybe you should invest in a cheap mobile phone so if you are in the woods they can call you. Maybe a friend has an old one they don't use. Get one of those utility type cases for it (the type that have a velcro back - I always use it for cash)- put $100 in there and then you have some piece of mind. Hope that helps some.

Sheribaby
@sheribaby
04/06/12 05:05:25AM
30 posts

Encounters of the Wild Kind


General Talk

I was just wondering if anyone else has weird animal stories like this......

Here is my snake story ;)

It all started when I ran down the stairs(they are on the outside of the house) and this snake slithered away from underneath me.

Then - not long after that I went out my back doors - onto the deck - and this snake fell on my head (yes - it fell onto my dreads) I flicked it away. I realised I needed to identify the snake so I went back and had a look - it was a harmless green tree snake. It looked like it wanted to come inside so I shooed it away with my hair wrap (classic dreadlockers snake scaring tool).

Then I was walking past my house between the stairs and the garden and it jumped across at waist height in front of me and slithered off into the garden

Yesterday I went down to shoo my horses out from under my house (they like to stand there and stir up the dogs) as I grabbed my dressage whip I noticed the snake was right in front of me - wrapped through my Aloe Vera garden

Today I went downstairs to feed my animals and I heard a frog croak from inside a water barrel (it catches the overflow from the rainwater tanks) and as I looked in here is this snake with the frog in its mouth.

I had to put a broomstick in the barrel so the snake could climb out. I didn't see it come out so I'm hoping I don't find it dead in there in the morning.


updated by @sheribaby: 01/13/15 09:23:16PM
Sheribaby
@sheribaby
04/04/12 06:58:44PM
30 posts

T&R, cannibal dreads, and resolving dandruff OhMY


Dread Maintenance

This is not advice but I love that you call yourself a violent sleeper :)

Sheribaby
@sheribaby
04/04/12 06:53:10PM
30 posts

Hello! I'd like to introduce myself! :3


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Welcome aboard - can't wait to see your pics :)

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