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Brooke Weber
@Brooke Weber
05/09/12 02:10:35PM
7 posts

Is it not meant to be for me?


Dreadlocks Journey Emotional Support

It's on its way. Let them be for a little longer, and like SE said, beads would definitely do it.

Brooke Weber
@Brooke Weber
05/08/12 03:28:26PM
7 posts

dreads becoming too thick for my liking, what to do!


General Talk

I would say... Let them do their thing. They will become tighter and more compact, and thus smaller.

Brooke Weber
@Brooke Weber
05/07/12 10:51:58PM
7 posts

Sea salt solution


Dread Products

I like to add a little to the BS/ACV rinse, it seems gentler and it does its work in the 10 minutes I leave the rinse in. Then, when I rinse, it doesn't continue to dry out everything. :)

Brooke Weber
@Brooke Weber
05/08/12 10:56:50PM
7 posts

Baking Soda and Sea Salt ratios


Dread Maintenance

Thank you, Baker Street, for being awesome.

Brooke Weber
@Brooke Weber
05/07/12 11:23:49PM
7 posts

Baking Soda and Sea Salt ratios


Dread Maintenance

Based on the pH levels naturally in hair (4.5-5.5), the ACV rinse helps to counteract the pH of the baking soda rinse (baking soda is a pH of 9, ACV is at a 2, much more acidic.) This makes the hair much more 'normalized', that's why they feel so soft and nice afterwards.

Brooke Weber
@Brooke Weber
05/07/12 11:10:17PM
7 posts

letter to employers concerning dreadlocks


dreads jobs employment issues

Thank you so much for this. I feel that there is a very widespread misunderstanding of dreadlocks, or better: Many people have given locks a bad name by waxing and having dreads that have the rotting smell. I'll be job hunting within the next month, and I plan on keeping this letter in mind.

Brooke Weber
@Brooke Weber
05/11/12 01:45:10AM
7 posts

White stuff in dreadlocks! help!


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That improvement is CRAZY! They look so so so much better.

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