FATTER t&r dreads?
thanks SE. I need to go poking thru the pics section for inspiration I guess ^___^
Does anyone have any pics/vids advice on doing FATTER twist & rip dreads? I know it's generally recommended to make smaller sections and thinner locks. but I will be re-dreading my hair this July (figure it should be long enough again by then) and I'm trying to go the most natural route possible without doing full out neglect. I do want fatter dreads though, so is there anyone that has successfully done this and if so do you have pics? Thanks
Shine, Amy Lou and I would be glad to take a few of your old waxy dreads to test our wax removal soap on.It's been testing out very good on people, several have used and said it made their dreads feel soft, fluffy and clean. Would still be fun to do a test with pics and such though, to post here! If you're interested pm me!JennYer I used knotty boy briefly and also bees wax for a small period of time, ive got the dreads kicking around somewhere if you want to dissect them
Congrats, that's great news!
Jen and Amy, if you need any extra human hair for test dreads, I have a full package (unopened) that I bought to make extensions but never used. I'd be happy to donate it for your tests if needed. Just let me know!
They're still going on about how the water 'changing color' can be from anything -- the type of water (hard, soft, city, well, etc.), what you use to clean your sink with, etc. It's so frustrating. Now KJC is saying that they are getting so much out of their dreads (after using exclusively DHHQ soap) because when you use it you are specifically targeting the roots and scalp and not the body of the dread, so that people should soak with diluted DHHQ soap (cancer-water) and will get the same results.