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Rhiannon2
@Rhiannon2
11/09/12 03:27:11PM
6 posts

Dealing with less than positive reactions


Life Issues Facing Dreads

Well said hun, you put it perfectly

Rhiannon2
@Rhiannon2
10/03/12 11:49:55PM
6 posts

Hair catching on everything!


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Yes mine snag on my balcony posts all the time too! I have a lot of plants to that they seem to be attracted too as well, it feels like the sides get the brunt of it, maybe cuz they are just starting to lock? I don't remember it so bad in the back. So does this phase eventually go away when they have matured?
Rhiannon2
@Rhiannon2
10/03/12 05:49:30PM
6 posts

Hair catching on everything!


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Thanks guys!~Brit I will try adding more acv to my rinse and see if that helps, I find I can barely put my hair half up anymore cuz loose hair snags through my hands lol, I separate often, I guess at this time they just need some extra love seems how they are changing constantly at this point~Soaring I will make sure to stay far away from velcro I can only imagine how awful that would be and there have been a few lost earrings and bobby pins that I have later found in my mop haha thanks again for the advice
Rhiannon2
@Rhiannon2
10/03/12 12:59:45PM
6 posts

Hair catching on everything!


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Hi guys! So I have been dreading for almost 6 months and it seems my hair is catching on everything! My earrings my hands my jacket ect. Is this just part of the process or is there something I can do to prevent it? Just worried I am going to rip them or do damage. I do pull them apart to prevent congos and wash with bs/acv. I have also noticed alot of split ends, probably cuz I never really cut my hair prior to dreading it. These ends are mostly in the loose sections of my beautiful knots, so my second question is can I trim these off or just let them go? Thanks for any response.
updated by @Rhiannon2: 01/13/15 09:36:41PM
Rhiannon2
@Rhiannon2
10/04/12 10:46:33PM
6 posts

i think somebody hates us haha


Dread Products

  • Same here, just checked out the sites out ofcuriosityand am also super happy I found this site too. I did see a pic of a guys dreads and they actually looked decent then read in his description that he did his naturally without wax which is why they look so different ha go figure :&
Rhiannon2
@Rhiannon2
07/27/12 05:03:31PM
6 posts

1YEAR TIMELINE <3


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Very Inspiring Brandy, Thankyou