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Ahil Ganesan
@Ahil Ganesan
10/19/12 06:59:38PM
53 posts

Please help bring back my dreadies


Introduce Yourself

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
Ahil Ganesan
@Ahil Ganesan
10/19/12 07:25:55AM
53 posts

Cody's twist and rip timeline


Member Journals and Timelines

Looking amazing bro, dread success story!!!
Ahil Ganesan
@Ahil Ganesan
10/19/12 02:23:42AM
53 posts

Giant Nest'o'Hair


Dread Maintenance

Wow your hair looks like fairy floss! Dope!
Ahil Ganesan
@Ahil Ganesan
10/19/12 02:20:37AM
53 posts

Then & Now


Dreadlock Picture Gallery

Dreads looking dope as!
updated by @Ahil Ganesan: 07/27/15 11:12:40AM
Ahil Ganesan
@Ahil Ganesan
10/19/12 02:18:13AM
53 posts

Groups anywhere?


Alternative Lifestyles and Subcultures

Desert nomads in the Sahara? Sadhus in India? Indigenous Australians in Western Australia in the bush? Tribes in the amazon? The transition from a materialist society to the forest would be a hard one for me I reckon
Ahil Ganesan
@Ahil Ganesan
10/19/12 02:11:06AM
53 posts

meow frizzies *-*


General Questions

Hmm well to be honest it's more of an acceptance thing, you'll realise yourself. But if it's really a pain ( it is for me sometimes) wear a tam or a comfy loose beanie to bed that way it compresses your dreads and prevents you caring about the frizzies simultaneously. I guess I didnt really help lol but good luck anyway!
Ahil Ganesan
@Ahil Ganesan
10/18/12 09:23:58AM
53 posts

14 months natural dreads timeline


Member Journals and Timelines

Very nice that's amazing how parts are sectioned off so well. Gluck
updated by @Ahil Ganesan: 07/23/15 12:17:11AM
Ahil Ganesan
@Ahil Ganesan
10/18/12 09:10:53AM
53 posts

Dreadumentary


General Talk

Lol there is tonnes of reading on te history of dreads, there are videos and documentaries on sadhus( Indian dreadlock holy men) Rastafarians and aN African tribe that dread their hair and dye them red ( I have a bad memory so I can't remember what they're called) if you look around in this forum there's plenty of history around
Ahil Ganesan
@Ahil Ganesan
10/18/12 09:08:07AM
53 posts

finally found the solution for my sensitive scalp


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

Good to hear! I'm not trying to advertise I'm just trying to inform you that dreadlockshampoo.com could probz help u out with the whole sensitivity thing. Have fun in Indonesia I'm below you in Australia! I hear Bali is the place to be!!!
Ahil Ganesan
@Ahil Ganesan
10/18/12 03:39:23AM
53 posts

Dreadlock Tidiness.


Dread Maintenance

Wow that's a tough decision hey, I would probably just tie them up, since my dreads are short I used a really large headband, dreads aren't meant to be manicured in my opinion and their freedom stopped so I wouldn't worry about loose hairs or anything, that's your hair doing its own thang, don't gel them or wax them that is extremely dangerous and can result to dread rot and buildup. Hope I helped
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