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Shanxon Lemasters
@Shanxon Lemasters
12/10/11 03:55:05AM
411 posts

Slowing down of progress


General Questions

Mine seemed to slow down around 11 months too, and really picked back up about month 13!

Shanxon Lemasters
@Shanxon Lemasters
12/10/11 04:22:32PM
411 posts

dry, tight, flaking scalp. help!


Dread Maintenance

awww, I know my daughters eczema started acting up too, I hope both of your dryness and itchies go away! Sending good vibes and love!

Shanxon Lemasters
@Shanxon Lemasters
12/09/11 04:37:20PM
411 posts

dry, tight, flaking scalp. help!


Dread Maintenance

I'd definately suggest a rosemary rinse, and perhaps hold back on the tea tree for a few days, are you still doing a lot with the salt? If so maybe cut back on that for a few days too, or try your darndest to keep it off your scalp? I hope it starts getting better, I know mine got worse when I stopped rinsing off in cold water since it got cold outside...maybe that could be a culprit as well?

Shanxon Lemasters
@Shanxon Lemasters
12/05/11 04:47:03PM
411 posts

Tips of dreads growing into dreads...normal?


Help! Save My Dreads

its happening to a lot of mine too, I just ignore it mostly some I pull back down if they're not "very attached" otherwise if it's the same as what's happening to me it's pretty much what SE is saying, they're kinda blunting themselves.

Shanxon Lemasters
@Shanxon Lemasters
11/29/11 07:42:59AM
411 posts

Making Tams


Introduce Yourself

My grandmother has a loom kit that I've been wanting to use, just be sure to not wrap too tightly, because the hats can come off pretty tight.

Shanxon Lemasters
@Shanxon Lemasters
11/28/11 12:45:06PM
411 posts

Making Tams


Introduce Yourself

I've had a really hard time finding a pattern that works for me, so I just keep trying and failing and adapting other patterns to perhaps work for me lol, good luck!!!

Shanxon Lemasters
@Shanxon Lemasters
11/27/11 01:25:09AM
411 posts

INTERLOCKING!!!


Help! Save My Dreads

from what I can tell and remember from conversations, while this can be harmful, if you go to doing nothing to them and let them heal themselves they should recover on their own! (don't quote me tho, it's late and I'm trying to remember exactly what I've read lol)

Shanxon Lemasters
@Shanxon Lemasters
11/27/11 01:26:40AM
411 posts

March 2012 I'll be wearing an orange in my hair


Dread Accessories

that is adorable! my daughter loves the frog bead in my hair and says it's "eating" my hair all of the time, and she just LOVES playing with my hair!

Shanxon Lemasters
@Shanxon Lemasters
11/27/11 01:23:31AM
411 posts

please give advice...please!!! (w/ pics)


Dread Maintenance

Wash with Baking Soda and then do a ACV rinse, sea salt spray perhaps, or add some sea salt into your BS mixture, otherwise keep your hands out and stop looking in the mirror! lol they look like they are seperating themselves just fine!

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