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Ahil Ganesan
@Ahil Ganesan
10/30/12 09:49:33PM
53 posts

Hello, I'm a new natural Dready


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I just recieved 3 soaps from dreadlock shampoo this morning. Worth the money. Absolutely amazing and will make your hair smell great the while day.
Ahil Ganesan
@Ahil Ganesan
10/29/12 06:08:58AM
53 posts

starting over !


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I would recommend just not worrying about your hair, neglect, separate and wash regularly with the right products . Good luck
Ahil Ganesan
@Ahil Ganesan
10/26/12 07:15:37AM
53 posts

Dreaming of dreads!


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Your hair isn't too short for dreads, embrace the journey man I started growing mine from bald!
Ahil Ganesan
@Ahil Ganesan
10/20/12 09:55:05PM
53 posts

No dreads yet, seeking help in Portland, OR


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If you can't go natural twist and rip is the safest way to dread but I reckon natural is more rewarding. It's your hair doing what it wants rather than you telling it what to do. Lol I'd love to help you but I'm in Australia
Ahil Ganesan
@Ahil Ganesan
10/21/12 12:06:46AM
53 posts

Dread update backcombed 3 weeks and left to do its own thing


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Dreads looking aight, you shouldn't have back combed them
Ahil Ganesan
@Ahil Ganesan
10/20/12 11:57:24PM
53 posts

has anybody here heard of or been to raging roots salon?


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Salons are garbage for dreadlocks you're better off telling this forum wat your dread problem is rather than going to them
Ahil Ganesan
@Ahil Ganesan
10/23/12 08:52:59AM
53 posts

The back of my head got wrecked.


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youll be fine bro i have super curly hair, my dreads are very firm and have curly ends but even they are firm, i used to have a fro bro

Levi said:

I've got a loose fitting beanie on my head more often than not, and I always find myself playing with the front ones, and keeping them well seperated. and another question, they are suuuuper curly. will they straighten out as they mature or will i be stuck with weird curly looking dreads?

Ahil Ganesan
@Ahil Ganesan
10/21/12 12:04:56AM
53 posts

The back of my head got wrecked.


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Every one is different. For me, I think because I sleep on my back more than my stomach that the dreads dreaded about 3 times faster on the back of my head. Do not think that since one side is sectioning itself off and dreading and that the other side won't. Honestly all you need to do is wait. keep ripping em apart and they will do the rest of the job themselves. To answer your questions, different parts of the head take different times to dread. Separating was not counter productive your hair will fix itself, you'll know more about your own hair over time. Patience will come to you the deeper into the journey you get. Good luck
Ahil Ganesan
@Ahil Ganesan
10/19/12 07:02:12PM
53 posts

Please help bring back my dreadies


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Also, be very careful of the soaps you are using, I used to use a residue free soap full of chemicals. It's the one hospitals use on patients before surgery called gamophen, turns out its meant to dry your skin out and therefore ended up giving me a really dry scalp. Good luck!!!
Ahil Ganesan
@Ahil Ganesan
10/19/12 06:59:38PM
53 posts

Please help bring back my dreadies


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Claire you've done the right thing coming here. There are various ways to wash and dry your dreads. Some people like to use baking soda to clean their hair, some people use soaps and some use special shampoos eg. Dr bronners. I would recommend you to go to dreadlockshampoo.com and buy some soaps or shampoos, that'd be the best thing you can do. They're 100% organic not overpriced and handmade. Me personally when I dry my hair I use a towel and hang it around my hair (without vigorously wiping my head with it because it is known to help loosen dreads) in order to soak up all the moisture. Hope I helped but maybe the site's pros can help you some moee
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