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Electric Mama
@Electric Mama
01/10/12 02:06:20AM
80 posts

yo dudes~editing


General Talk

Just go to settings, click on it and it will say full name, you can change it there.

Electric Mama
@Electric Mama
08/07/11 12:06:57AM
80 posts

Dread Wrapping?


Dread Accessories

http://www.dreadlockssite.com/group/decoratingdreads/forum/topics/strings check that out and join that group! I have a hemp wrap that has been in for almost 3 years and my embroidery thread wraps stayed in until i took them out, like a year maybe.

Electric Mama
@Electric Mama
08/07/11 12:00:59AM
80 posts

acv rinse for flakey scalp????


Dread Maintenance

Mine are almost 3 years, so I do believe it would be fine! I broke out in hives when I used the baking soda the 1st time, then it took me 2 years to actually try it again now it is all I use! I really want to try the acv rinse though, T- Gel sounds bomb too, is that good for your dreads though? How did you use the acv rinse Faelwynn, thanks in advance!!

Electric Mama
@Electric Mama
08/04/11 11:54:11PM
80 posts

acv rinse for flakey scalp????


Dread Maintenance

What would you consider mature dreads? I want to try to acv rinse but since I had allergic reactions with the baking soda at 1st I am scared! haha

Electric Mama
@Electric Mama
07/12/11 03:14:40AM
80 posts

Sleeping with Long Dreads


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

Toss them up over the back or your pillow, when you lay down just flip them up no matter what way ya lay! Or wear a tam!!
Electric Mama
@Electric Mama
07/12/11 03:11:58AM
80 posts

Seriously thinking of shaving my hair off.


Dreading Methods

I say don't shave!! It can take a while because every one's hair is different, I agree with Jeanna, try to separate what you want to fix. There was a time when I was frustrated with mine and my friend did some major dread surgery and separated them all about and sectioned them for me. Wrap them with hemp as tight at you can, that will help with the bumps, you can also wear hats. If EXTREMELY necessary you can even cut them a part. Your hair doesn't make who you are, so never let it get to you like that. Keep your chin up, and let those babies dread!
Electric Mama
@Electric Mama
07/12/11 01:32:29AM
80 posts

question for some of the dreads that have been growing for a few years :]


Dread Maintenance

Yeah no problem at at all and mine are almost 3 years old. There was one point where they got so matted down then my friend had to do some crazy separating work on them! My dreads are probably thinker too, so I have no problem with thin hair!
Electric Mama
@Electric Mama
07/11/11 11:33:36PM
80 posts

question for some of the dreads that have been growing for a few years :]


Dread Maintenance

I just found this post. I know exactly what you mean. You should probably be ripping a part at the base too, and separating the hair carpet lol. If you don't that will take a lot of length off of your dreads because all the hair will be matted down. So try separating all the way down to the scalp. Good luck!!
Electric Mama
@Electric Mama
07/09/11 11:47:05PM
80 posts

Baking soda wash with no oils


Dread Maintenance

I just use the baking soda wash with out any oils. I have tea tree oil, but it is missing at the moment, and I never added it to my wash any way. So you are in the clear! Works for me!
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