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sugaplum
@sugaplum
06/23/14 08:41:14PM
22 posts

Two Strand Twist Timeline (June 2013 - June 2014)


Member Journals and Timelines

Thank you for sharing your timeline with us. :) i am very much inspired. Your locs are amazing!!

Peace & Blessings

sugaplum
@sugaplum
01/15/14 08:16:11PM
22 posts

My Wax Experiment


General Talk

Oh wow...just wow. Thank you fr sharing this info. I always stirred clean of Knotty Boy and the like. Natural is so much better...and cheaper! lol

sugaplum
@sugaplum
02/23/13 07:14:36PM
22 posts

soap for dreads


Dread Maintenance

Oh wow interesting. I've always used my african black soap wihout any problems. Now I do a mud wash and it rinses right out. No build-up whatsoever.

sugaplum
@sugaplum
01/03/13 12:41:53AM
22 posts

African Black soap and Shea butter.. yaay or naay?


Dread Products

OK thank you eddy I will keep this in mind:) but this combo moisturizes my locs like no other!
sugaplum
@sugaplum
01/02/13 08:20:55PM
22 posts

African Black soap and Shea butter.. yaay or naay?


Dread Products

i swear by African Black soap! i use no other shampoo on my scalp and locs. i use this once a week on locs & body and rinse with water throughout the week. i use the shea butter mixed with vegetable glycerin, coconut oil & sweet almond oil. Only a little of each and only used as a moisturizer as needed.

sugaplum
@sugaplum
01/15/14 07:50:04PM
22 posts

Curly dreads timeline


Member Journals and Timelines

Beautiful dreads. :) Thank you so much for posting this. I too am a fellow curly girl. Your locs came out great!

sugaplum
@sugaplum
01/03/13 12:21:38AM
22 posts

retwisting dreads locs dangers


Help! Save My Dreads

Oh wow thank you so much for this information.I just started my new loc journey as a freeformer.
sugaplum
@sugaplum
11/22/10 04:22:51PM
22 posts

How often and how do u wash your head ?


Dread Maintenance

I wash about every 3-4 days alternating between african black soap & bs wash. I do an herbal tea rinse everyday.
sugaplum
@sugaplum
11/10/10 12:39:50PM
22 posts

Keeping them dreads covered


Dread Maintenance

I have to use a satin bonnet or silk pillowcase when I sleep or else I wake up with lint in all of my new dreddies. My locs are like a magnet for lint!
sugaplum
@sugaplum
11/10/10 07:19:24PM
22 posts

Is there anyway I can speed up the dreading process?


Introduce Yourself

I've been doing lemon juice rinses and using lemon eccential oil in my daily spritz and this is helping my dreads lock fast. I do not use sea salt as it aggrevates my scalp like something terrible but the beach water is great. :)
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