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Nathan Hammond
@Nathan Hammond
05/08/15 09:51:33AM
11 posts

7 year dreads help


Help! Save My Dreads

Thanks!! I will probably wash with the dreadlockshampoo I have tomorrow. Got the nagchampa and dragons blood.. Even that is hard to wash out too honestly.. I was thinking about leaving a few of the longer less fat ones and cutting the rest and starting over. Do you think the other ones would catch up in length after a while? Or would it be cool to have all different sizes? If I do end up starting again i will definitely use beads to help section it and so they don't all try to eat eachother.

Nathan Hammond
@Nathan Hammond
05/08/15 09:26:00AM
11 posts

7 year dreads help


Help! Save My Dreads

Just soo heavy i wish i could at least maybe separate them some way but probably not at this point...

Nathan Hammond
@Nathan Hammond
05/08/15 09:24:07AM
11 posts

7 year dreads help


Help! Save My Dreads

one of them is soo fat it just suck in all the loose new hairs that try to grow..

Nathan Hammond
@Nathan Hammond
05/08/15 09:23:04AM
11 posts

7 year dreads help


Help! Save My Dreads

very thick i only have 10 one of them it's like at least a few inches thick especially towards the root. I work full time and really busy with life i just find it hard to find a whole nice sunny day to just sit out in the sun. I hadn't washed them in months maybe like most of the winter. Not sure really ..I did a gallon of water to 3/4 -1 cup bs 20 drops of tea tree, 20 drops of lavender, 20 drops of peppermint, and like 25 or rosemary and just let in sit for like 20 or 30 minutes.. Then washed and squeezed them real good but still had that problem.

Nathan Hammond
@Nathan Hammond
05/08/15 08:50:14AM
11 posts

7 year dreads help


Help! Save My Dreads

I have had my dreads now for like at least 7 years. I'm honestly really bad about washing them because it sucks to because they are soo big and heavy and take like days to dry even blow drying them. I hadn't washed them in a long ass time and went to do a bs with essential oils followed by the acv rinse. I washed them for quite a while. I went to dry them for a while with a hair dryer and noticed they were all sticky and when i squeezed them there was still tons of water and my hands got covered in white sticky stuff. Possibly baking soda??? Further squeezing them all this nasty brown water came out. A few of them definitely have a funky smell to them. I'm honestly thinking about cutting them leaving a few of them and letting the rest dread up again and not get soo big cause its a pain it the ass. Any suggestions??

 

Nathan Hammond
@Nathan Hammond
02/14/12 09:51:11PM
11 posts

breaking hair when seperating


Dread Maintenance

Yeah I ended up cutting like half a dread off separating an enormous dread a while back. So i have learned to let it be. So yeah probably not a good idea to cut hairs.

Nathan Hammond
@Nathan Hammond
02/12/12 10:01:06AM
11 posts

EVERYONE! i want to know...


General Questions

For me I got into reggae music wanted dreads for a while and found Eyeheartchrists videos and was inspired to go the natural method. Then I got in to Rastafarianism. Now they are are more of a spiritual connection of me to the earth and nature.

Nathan Hammond
@Nathan Hammond
01/09/12 04:47:29PM
11 posts

new dread locking gel from dreadlockshampoo.com


Dread Products

wow this looks awesome can't wait to get some of this!

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