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chick_pea
@chick_pea
03/23/11 11:33:11PM
3 posts

Will body splash really work?


Saved Dreads Success Stories

Hi Colin,

I too wanted to get the wax out of my locks. I used the wax removal shampoo made by one of the members here, this is her profile http://www.dreadlockssite.com/profile/JenniferRoseIt was super cheap and worked fantasticly. I bought two of the little bottles, turns out i've never needed to open the second as the first one got most of the crap out. She has a store on artfire but I can't find the link. Just convo her and she can help you out. Good luck!

peace & wax free dreads

chick_pea

chick_pea
@chick_pea
10/20/10 04:21:03AM
3 posts

dread shops announcement


General Talk

This is an awesome idea : ) My dad started a company that creates websites and online stores, making sure they get a great google ranking, dunno if this will help you at all but thought it might be helpful : D Can't wait to see them x
chick_pea
@chick_pea
09/02/10 04:59:03AM
3 posts

Annoying Comments


Dread Maintenance

Don't you love that? I'm exactly the same - I don't feel the need to comment on anyone elses hair or style etc (unless of course I love it) but it bugs me when people feel they can do that to me. Especially hairdressers "You know you have to 'do' the roots, I can fix that for you, Aren't you going to fix that loose hair, blah blah blah." I eventually went to a salon to get them "fixed" when I had some major loops happening - all part of the natural process - but people freaked me out because I didn't know any better. Now I'm just letting them go free and I have a bit of loose hair too, I think it adds to the character - If you really don't like it you'll hav to incorporate it into the dread somehow, dare I suggest dread balling? don't kill me SE just a thought. Or they can eventually form their own little dreads. Either way I LOVE your locks and can't wait for mine to get as long as yours : )