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hippiegal
@hippiegal
06/15/12 09:01:04PM
184 posts

Maybe the oldest new Dreader here.


Introduce Yourself

Join anyway! Even if your hair's gone, your dreads will still be there in spirit.

hippiegal
@hippiegal
06/15/12 08:46:16PM
184 posts

Maybe the oldest new Dreader here.


Introduce Yourself

Welcome, and glad you're making the step after after 30 years. I'm a 50s starter too. I don't smoke, though I used to, and still believe it's good medicine for those who use it that way. I don't have any family living close by and no one around has given me any negative comment about my dreads (at least not to my face - Lol!). Often I wonder why I didn't start them years ago? But I guess things happen for unique reasons and at the right time for everybody.

hippiegal
@hippiegal
06/16/12 07:42:23PM
184 posts

Y'all can call me Mars:)


Introduce Yourself

Welcome, Mars! Only a few days here and you have already kicked off a stimulating discussion. We have two tortoiseshell cats. Both temperamental ladies, they don't get on but find their own spots in the house. No bunnies, but people up the road have a black rabbit. I've seen it lollop across the road (it's a quiet one-way street) to forage on the opposite verge. We'd adopt more animals if we could afford to feed them all.

hippiegal
@hippiegal
06/09/12 07:18:52PM
184 posts

Sussis T&R timeline 3 years


Member Journals and Timelines

Lovely pics, nice portraits of you. Timelines really show how a seeming 'mess' can evolve into beautiful dreads. But no dreads without some shrinkage, alas. Love the beads and striped headband, too.

hippiegal
@hippiegal
06/09/12 02:52:12AM
184 posts

I don't understand this site


General Talk

Deleting your comment shows that they don't want the truth known, because then no one would buy their useless, harmful methods and products. Good on you for trying, anyway.

hippiegal
@hippiegal
06/09/12 02:59:19AM
184 posts

Swimming?


Introduce Yourself

Beware - if you have light blonde hair or blonde highlights, chlorinated water might give it a greenish tint. Best always rinse your hair with clean water after swimming. Dreads love a soak, though, especially in the sea. Don't be put off going in.

hippiegal
@hippiegal
06/08/12 07:43:49PM
184 posts

Curly dreads timeline


Member Journals and Timelines

Amazing dreads, Rachel - love that pic of the upstanding one!

hippiegal
@hippiegal
06/09/12 06:35:30PM
184 posts

Hello people.


Introduce Yourself

Welcome! We've all been, or are going through the messy stage, so I hope you find the support you need. Your dreads look fine. Over time you'll find them a great 'litmus test' to sort those who appreciate the real you from those who want you as THEY would like you to be. Good that you're sticking to your own choices. There's also groups here for people interested in psychic development.

hippiegal
@hippiegal
05/31/12 10:23:52PM
184 posts

Messy roots....


Dread Maintenance

I'd say just keep carefully separating as your hair knots and grows, and don't worry about the messy roots. Each dread will find its place. Yours look great, as the last pic shows. :)

hippiegal
@hippiegal
05/30/12 11:04:11PM
184 posts

Time Lapse Natural Dread Movie!


General Talk

Thanks for this! What an amazing journey. Great music too.

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