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Supa Dread
@Supa Dread
09/20/12 04:52:08PM
101 posts

Tams for sale?


Dread Accessories

Im looking to buy a few tams for my dreads, they're almost shoulder length. Anyone here makes them/sell them? I know a couple people here do but they havent returned my messages, so if you do make them and sell them, i'd like to see some pictures of other tams you made, and how you'd like to receive payment, whether by mail or paypal or whatever.

Thanks a lot!


updated by @Supa Dread: 01/13/15 09:35:57PM
Supa Dread
@Supa Dread
11/04/12 03:30:47PM
101 posts

1 year Dread-versary


Member Journals and Timelines

@xephyre, right back at ya, @ sarah smile :-) @ mariah chan, thank you, but one year is only a tiny amount of time when you look at it, specially if you're intending on having them forever.@krazykabel agree 100%, its all about patience and letting go of vanity. @rose, i guess what i meant is, he's so irrelevant to me that i dont even know his name...and @ everyone thank ya'll for responding to my post and showing support, i hope all ya'll journeys are fruitful and rewarding. Bless

Supa Dread
@Supa Dread
09/24/12 09:41:16AM
101 posts

1 year Dread-versary


Member Journals and Timelines

Its absolutely is bro, n it changes everyday. Which is awesome to see, how's your journey going so far? Hope you're enjoying it man.
Supa Dread
@Supa Dread
09/21/12 01:09:40PM
101 posts

1 year Dread-versary


Member Journals and Timelines

Not bought, journey. I truly hate autocorrect lol.
Supa Dread
@Supa Dread
09/21/12 01:08:58PM
101 posts

1 year Dread-versary


Member Journals and Timelines

Thank u so much ixchel,I'm loving the bought. its only been neglect since may, so I'm really looking forward to the next few months to watch them reach maturity.
Supa Dread
@Supa Dread
09/20/12 05:34:17PM
101 posts

1 year Dread-versary


Member Journals and Timelines

Thanks a lot S.E, i agree with you wholeheartedly about actually slowing down my progress. I also need to correct myself, i went back on my posts and i removed the wax in May! My first post here was may 2nd and i got the products from dreadlocksshampoo.com in mid May. So the progress is pretty major considering its only been 4 months of neglect. But thanks for the compliments man, i love my dreads and will have them for the rest of my life.

Supa Dread
@Supa Dread
09/20/12 04:28:25PM
101 posts

1 year Dread-versary


Member Journals and Timelines

So one year ago today, i started my dreads. If you dont know my story, here's a little quick recap. I got them done with the comb twist and finger twist. Wax, gel, lock peppa, the jamaican lime locking gel, and all this other crap was used. After about 5 months, it was february and i had washed my hair maybe 3 times, once the last 3 visits. I was advised not to, but i wanted to have it washed anyway, i was told that washing my hair would slow down the locking process. (mind you my locktician has had dreads since he was 15, he's now in his mid 30's). So after feeling like something was not right, i came across this site. Then it clicked. After some solid advice from S.E, i ordered the wax-be-gone from dreadlocksshampoo.com and the shampoo from the same site. After removing the the wax (it took 5 applications), the locking speed went up dramatically. I had loops and zig zags within days. I've been washing with bs/acv once a week and twice a week with the shampoo. I still have a ton of zigging and zagging and a ton of looping, but a lot of my dreads have reached maturity. I honestly feel had i started neglect from the getgo i wouldve reached maturity already, but nonetheless, i've enjoyed my journey. If you can learn anything from my story, learn this: If given the knott-ledge(see what i did there? its a play on words!!!lol) take it and use it, dont get suckered into the Johny lockboy bullshit or whatever the fuck his name is. Dread recognize Dread, real recognize real, so dont be fooled by all the garbage those people spill. The only secret to dreading is not a secret at all, patience patience and patience. Let go of your vanity, embrace the mess, and keep in mind you're not in this journey alone, there's a ton of us here to help you get through, like one big, happy, dread family.

Any questions regarding my story or if you can relate, hit me up. Check out the pics

One love.


updated by @Supa Dread: 02/14/15 03:32:53AM
Supa Dread
@Supa Dread
08/23/12 11:55:16PM
101 posts

What am I supposed to do with my dreads?


Dread Maintenance

Your roots will never fully lock, due to the fact that they need to be strong enough to bear the weight of the dread. As far as the loose hairs, embrace them, as your dreads mature those loose ones will find a home. I would stop everything you're doing. Your hair has taken a beating. Just wash and separate and hopefully they'll fully recover. Good luck.
Supa Dread
@Supa Dread
08/14/12 12:20:50PM
101 posts

Weird root build up.


Help! Save My Dreads

I don't know how knotty boys is, but it could be leaving residue. I use the dreadlocksshampoo.com liquid non residue shampoo when I'm traveling cuz its convenient, and because I like the smell. its made 100% naturally. I do however favor the baking soda wash, its a deep cleansing and removes every residue, dirt, and everything in between out of your hair. I'd assume its the shampoo that's leaving the residue, in my humble opinion.
Supa Dread
@Supa Dread
08/14/12 11:10:04AM
101 posts

Dreadlock Maintenance?!


Dread Maintenance

Lol wow, I know that to each his own, but those dudes dreads look like shit! They look like sideshow Bob's hair from the Simpson's lol. there's something to be said for having patience, it is indeed a virtue. Natural locks take time, and that's just the way it is. You could see the white wax residue in their dreads Fucking nasty. I hope those guys got kissed, cuz I usually like to get kissed before I get screwed lol.
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