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NaturalWomyn
@naturalwomyn
06/14/11 05:02:20PM
849 posts

Shout out! I miss you guys!


Introduce Yourself

Glad to hear from ya Izzy!!! Can't wait to see some new pics and congrats on the new healthy lifestyle!! Much Love
NaturalWomyn
@naturalwomyn
06/14/11 05:00:45PM
849 posts

just stopping in, its been awhile


General Talk

looking beastly man!!! I love it! Missed hearing from you around here, hope all is well with you and the fam! Much Love
NaturalWomyn
@naturalwomyn
06/09/11 09:32:53AM
849 posts

Here's An Uncomfortable Situation...


Dreads in the Family

yes def. teach her how to take proper care of her dreads and what could happen if she doesn't (mold, mono-dread etc...) I would def. set her up a page on DLS too help her post some pics of her hair and ask questions when she needs to, feeling like a member of a community will probably be helpful. You're such a great Mom Panterra! :o)
NaturalWomyn
@naturalwomyn
06/01/11 06:01:51PM
849 posts

Are beads ruining my dreads?


Dread Accessories

no matter how gently you crochet, it does indeed break hairs...there's no reason you should have thinning dreads, it's a bit hard to know exactly what you mean w/o a close up pic though, either way as long as you're happy with them.
NaturalWomyn
@naturalwomyn
06/01/11 05:57:18PM
849 posts

13 months


Member Journals and Timelines

Thanks so much everybody! You all inspire me beyond words!!! Much Love & Many Blessings
NaturalWomyn
@naturalwomyn
05/26/11 09:44:23AM
849 posts

Are beads ruining my dreads?


Dread Accessories

the thinning of your dreads may have more to do with the breakage from crochet than the beads themselves. Beads don't allow the dread to thicken up anymore than the size of the bead hole, when the rest of the dread is shrinking and thickening, where the bead is placed the dread diameter will stay the same resulting in a thinner size when compared to the rest of the dread. if you crochet, the broken hairs will add to the thinness. It's your hair so I'm not trying to condemn you for your personal choice, just be forewarned. Many Blessings

Prue Dence said:
i used to wear beads in my hair and i found they were actually thinning the dread. it might have been because they were too tight or something but when i take them out to crochet them i really notice it. you can always just tie some cotton around thinning parts though and let that fix up the dread. other than that, if the bead seems to be pulling out your hair it must be because of rough edges on the bead. get some sandpaper on it or maybe some paint!
NaturalWomyn
@naturalwomyn
05/26/11 08:40:16AM
849 posts

11 month neglect dread update...


Dread Maintenance

Oh Panterra!! They've come so far!!!!!!!Gorgeous! I can't wait to see some more pics!!!!!!! I too am so glad you stuck it out, you are such an inspiration to everyone who wonders "will my hair dread??" the answer of course is: YES and BEAUTIFULLY, as you have proven!! Love You!!!!!
NaturalWomyn
@naturalwomyn
05/26/11 07:24:59AM
849 posts

13 months


Member Journals and Timelines

aww thanks for the encouragement guys! Mine are still pretty wild and certainly have a mind of their own! lol! all though they seem to be starting to grow up a bit! Much Love
NaturalWomyn
@naturalwomyn
05/25/11 09:43:00PM
849 posts

13 months


Member Journals and Timelines

fixed the pics from before as well :o)
updated by @naturalwomyn: 02/05/15 10:12:49AM
NaturalWomyn
@naturalwomyn
05/25/11 09:19:52PM
849 posts

13 months


Member Journals and Timelines

ok I figured out how to change the camera to jpeg, heehee thanks SE! I took a couple more pics for anybody that couldn't see them before and threw in a recent one of my hubby for good measure! Love to you all!!
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