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Dreadloc Dreadsta
@dreadloc-dreadsta
01/19/10 06:33:00PM
11 posts

Over twisting.


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Does anyone get bored and sit and over twist their dreads? I have broke one or two off doing that. It's like awww. Now I have to nurse this one lil spot for months.
updated by @dreadloc-dreadsta: 01/13/15 08:30:37PM
Dreadloc Dreadsta
@dreadloc-dreadsta
01/19/10 06:30:22PM
11 posts

About to dye my dreads.


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Thank you! I did it. It does dry them out. BUt me being a black woman any way I have to put moisturizer in my hair.Jessica said:
I have dyed mine and i personally think it dries them out a lot. The hair at the bottom of my locks feels really fake and damaged and the upper part that has been growing like 6 years feels sooo different! Our hair textures are different though and would probably have different results. If you want to dye them go for it! Either way they will look great!
Dreadloc Dreadsta
@dreadloc-dreadsta
01/18/10 10:49:32PM
11 posts

Surviving the Awkward stage!


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Just curious. What are you rubbing on your scalp? If anything. Or do you just massage?Jim the Kraken said:
I just started my second set and I'm still in my akward stage too. My hair is long enough to stay down, but it just looks like I haven't combed my hair, since I'm going natural, and it's kindofa mess. I rub my scalp everyday and take omega 3 fish oils to promote faster healthier hair growth so it might cut the akward stage a little short.
Dreadloc Dreadsta
@dreadloc-dreadsta
01/15/10 04:13:22PM
11 posts

Loving My Dreads.


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Thank you so much.
Dreadloc Dreadsta
@dreadloc-dreadsta
01/15/10 04:10:06PM
11 posts

About to dye my dreads.


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Has anyone left their dreads just natural in color? What about mistakes? One time I dyed mine ethiopian brown. LOL!
updated by @dreadloc-dreadsta: 01/13/15 08:30:34PM
Dreadloc Dreadsta
@dreadloc-dreadsta
01/15/10 09:47:26AM
11 posts

who here has dreads and isn't Rastafarian?


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I'm not Rastafarian and not very spiritual either. I started my locs to be natural weave and chemical free. All I know is that there is a man in the bible that had 7 locs upon his head. I can't remember his name. So it goes all the way back to bible days and they didn't have combs then. Africans also would wear them.
Dreadloc Dreadsta
@dreadloc-dreadsta
01/14/10 07:17:01PM
11 posts

Surviving the Awkward stage!


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Well at first they weren't laying the way I wanted them to. My friend thought they looked cool sticking up everywhere but I didn't. I also had a problem with breakage and had to cut back twice. Now I'm waiting for them to just grow. I can't wait. It really does test your patience.
Dreadloc Dreadsta
@dreadloc-dreadsta
01/14/10 12:23:16PM
11 posts

Surviving the Awkward stage!


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How have you guys managed to get through your awkward stage? Or are you still in it?
updated by @dreadloc-dreadsta: 02/14/15 06:12:52AM
Dreadloc Dreadsta
@dreadloc-dreadsta
01/14/10 12:17:56PM
11 posts

hey hey hey!!!!


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Hot soapy water. What you can tolerate. It should melt it away, and after a few washing it should be gone. But it may take weeks. It depends on how much build up you have.Harry Brack said:
how would you suggest the removal of the wax?
Dreadloc Dreadsta
@dreadloc-dreadsta
01/14/10 12:14:37PM
11 posts

Hiya, just made my 1st dread (just one!)


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Hi, I have a professional career and have dreads. They haven't stopped me from achieving goals and reaching my dreams. As long as you keep them neat and clean you should be fine. My friend is in the same kinda work and hasn't had a problem and she is Caucasian as well. Good luck.
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