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JESSICA EVA (Eva Lovelocks)
@JESSICA EVA (Eva Lovelocks)
03/25/11 09:17:11PM
217 posts

My TnR Dreads at 3 and a Half months :D! (better pic added)


Dreading Methods

i was excited to see how they were coming along but the picture sucks!!!! i want a better one ;) from what i can see they're looking great!
JESSICA EVA (Eva Lovelocks)
@JESSICA EVA (Eva Lovelocks)
03/16/11 11:42:14PM
217 posts

hey im new and want dreadlocks!


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yeah looks like you've got a lot of hair. they would turn out great natural. my guess is way nicer than that dudes.
JESSICA EVA (Eva Lovelocks)
@JESSICA EVA (Eva Lovelocks)
03/14/11 03:50:22PM
217 posts

Discouraging Experience... What do I do now?


Introduce Yourself

you'll be fine. your progress looks good! i'm going to start beauty school soon and when i went to tour the school i had to redreaducate all of the stylists at the salon! they couldn't believe there was nothing in my hair and that i did nothing to maintain the roots. they really just don't know shit, so don't feel bad :)

and i personally would leave the loops and bumps alone, but that's personal preference.

JESSICA EVA (Eva Lovelocks)
@JESSICA EVA (Eva Lovelocks)
02/22/11 06:54:06PM
217 posts

Does separating take a step backwards?


Dread Maintenance

when mine were doing the splitting thing in the beginning i just totally undid the tnr i had in and remade them into two or three or whatever. if you were able to pull them apart, that's cool too. they sound like they're doing what they should be!
JESSICA EVA (Eva Lovelocks)
@JESSICA EVA (Eva Lovelocks)
02/22/11 06:01:15PM
217 posts

Does separating take a step backwards?


Dread Maintenance

i think you might be seperatingwhole dreadsinstead of just seperating at the base so they don't grow together. that's fine if your trying to increase the number of dreads you have, but typically you just kinda wrap your fingers around the base of a dread and then slowly work your way down the dread, gently breaking all the little hair webs around the dread along the way.or you can take the end of a couple dreads and pull them apart from each other and seperate that way, but i find from root to tip to be more effective.
JESSICA EVA (Eva Lovelocks)
@JESSICA EVA (Eva Lovelocks)
02/18/11 03:55:42PM
217 posts

DAY 262!!!


Dreading Methods

they look awesome!!! i think the longer sides actually look great!
JESSICA EVA (Eva Lovelocks)
@JESSICA EVA (Eva Lovelocks)
02/15/11 04:39:44PM
217 posts

almost brushed it all out :(


Dread Maintenance

i was just looking at your 4 months pictures the other day and thinking that your progress was on a roll now!!! if i were you i'd break out some rubber bands and put them around your sections. most of the time the bands break off in a couple weeks and leaves behing a nice little knot in the area where the band was... *prepares to get kicked for suggesting bands*

i did this to help my tiny bang dreads along and it worked quite well.

JESSICA EVA (Eva Lovelocks)
@JESSICA EVA (Eva Lovelocks)
02/15/11 12:49:49PM
217 posts

Beaver Tail Dreads


General Talk

i have a good one that's about an inch and a half wide and totally flat for about 6 inches, then it gets round, then splits in two at the ends. it's huge, it was a congo. i like it a lot, it reminds me of the strips of beef jerky that you can buy at the gas station! hahaha! i wish i could get a good picture of it...
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