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Elle Gee
@Elle Gee
03/24/13 08:36:01AM
15 posts

new dreadlockssite youtube channel


General Talk

I'm loving this idea! I've been making dreadlock updates since I began my journey in June 2012. I've gone all natural and am loving it. SE, you were the one who told me that the way I was starting out was not optimal. After taking your advice and reading up on what other members had to say, I realized that I want my dreadlocks for the rest of my life. My mean so much to me. Watching the hair tangle together, noticing loops, really separating for the first time once they matured enough to start eating other locs, looking at each one in the mirror, etc has given me so much appreciation for the neglect/freeform/natural method! The patience I've seen myself learn is just astonishing!

I'd love to share my videos! I've spoken a lot about Dreadlocks Site in my updates as this community has really shaped my dreadhead mentality. Here's a link to my channel and my Neglect Dreadlock Journey playlist that I've put all of my progress videos on :-) I'd love to help make Dreadlocks Site the best it can be! Showing new dreadies (or those considering dreading) that you don't need wax, loc peppa or any of that nastiness is so much more powerful than just telling them!

http://www.youtube.com/user/behappygonappy

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL77AD59CB121BDB02

Thanks for your consideration and all you do for us and the site!

Elle Gee
@Elle Gee
06/19/12 02:09:33AM
15 posts

Granny square headband, pattern and ideas


Dread Craft Show and Trade

I love this pattern! It's so versatile! I think I'm going to try making one with mini granny squares. Thanks for the pattern and inspiration!


updated by @Elle Gee: 07/22/15 11:50:30PM
Elle Gee
@Elle Gee
06/19/12 03:37:29AM
15 posts

dreading the 1st few weeks of dreading


Dreading Methods

I love the natural dread method philosophy! It's like a journey with all kinds of amazing surprises!

Elle Gee
@Elle Gee
03/21/13 09:49:48PM
15 posts

dreaducation, comprehensive guide to all things dready


Dreading Methods

When I began my dreadlock journey early last June and was wondering how to dread my hair, and then I found this atrticle. At the time I didn't know anything about locking. I read everything, though, and went with my gut instinct. A week into dreading I stopped doing everything; Except washing with a Buck's County Soap Factory shampoo bar, bs/acv rinse and homemmade sea salt spray. My progress since has been more than I could have ever dreampt! Knots and loops started forming out of the masses of hair and I've been rockin them ever since. They're still babies (10 months on the first!) so my journey is still just beginning. I'm so grateful to have found this site and this community! I would not have been happy with moldey, dirty, rotting locks...
Elle Gee
@Elle Gee
06/19/12 02:43:32AM
15 posts

dreaducation, comprehensive guide to all things dready


Dreading Methods

Fantastic advice! I learned so much and it confirmed a lot of believes I have been recently forming :)

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