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Daniel Ewetuya
@Daniel Ewetuya
03/12/11 01:33:37AM
14 posts

apple cidar vinegar


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

haha my sentiments exactly..thanks again.

soaringeagle said:

well actualy your african american so most likely wont affecrt you the same way in fact probly would benifit from using it stronger and longer ..but experiment try weak and shirt and add lil to eat till u feel happy with the results

your hair would benifit from the extra conditioning (i think..like i said experiment)

Daniel Ewetuya
@Daniel Ewetuya
03/12/11 01:15:20AM
14 posts

apple cidar vinegar


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

lol thanks..so i'll just minimize how i use it then.

soaringeagle said:

over use can make the hair extra soft so baby dreads may be lil loose but still dread if u use bss u should always use acvadfter but u can use it extra extra diluted abd rinse off quickly just to reset the ph withoput softening to much once mature leaving it soak longer and much stronger just makes your dreads feel ammmazzzing and soft..but sometimes lil more furry haha

Daniel Ewetuya
@Daniel Ewetuya
03/12/11 12:23:26AM
14 posts

apple cidar vinegar


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

hey guys! Quick question.

Does apple cidar vinegar affect the dread growth process negatively? i'm currently watching a video on youtube about keeping the scalp less itchy and clean but these ladies don't have dreads..their hair is straight..so i thought i should ask the dread experts on here before making any more moves..my hair's just growing back now so I'm all ears again in terms of hair maintainance..funny how I'm an adult and i'm learning how to take care of the basics like a child lol.


updated by @Daniel Ewetuya: 01/13/15 08:57:25PM
Daniel Ewetuya
@Daniel Ewetuya
02/05/11 02:17:41AM
14 posts

I'm starting over


Dreads in the Family

it indeed is suzanne..thanks for asking :)

Suzanne Beattie said:
Hope the new start is going well :)
Daniel Ewetuya
@Daniel Ewetuya
01/18/11 01:55:44AM
14 posts

I'm starting over


Dreads in the Family

thanks soaringeagle

soaringeagle said:

2nd set will only be better :)

Daniel Ewetuya
@Daniel Ewetuya
01/18/11 01:55:18AM
14 posts

I'm starting over


Dreads in the Family

aww, thanks guys..really feeling the love on here!
Daniel Ewetuya
@Daniel Ewetuya
01/16/11 12:52:22AM
14 posts

I'm starting over


Dreads in the Family

So I just cut all my hair and decided to start again. I know it's crazy, especially after keeping it for almost a year but I just had to have a fresh start. I got into a fight with my brother, and he pulled some of my hair out in the process; that really hit it home for me. I know in this dread lock journey I have to be strong. but seeing as it barely started to knot up and it kinda got ruined after the fight. a fresh start was in order. I still love my dread family and have told my parents that this is the last time i cut my hair for a very looong time, so they should enjoy the stereotypical look for now..lol. By the way, HAPPY NEW YEAR PEOPLE!!
updated by @Daniel Ewetuya: 01/13/15 08:53:44PM
Daniel Ewetuya
@Daniel Ewetuya
01/03/11 02:42:49AM
14 posts

Dreading workplace


Life Issues Facing Dreads

oh, thanks lol

Knottysleeves said:
Hi Daniel! Do a search on "job"... this topic comes up frequently and there've been lots of suggestions and stories posted already that might help you. Good luck!
Daniel Ewetuya
@Daniel Ewetuya
01/03/11 12:39:24AM
14 posts

Dreading workplace


Life Issues Facing Dreads

i guess it wasn't a quick question lol sorry guys
Daniel Ewetuya
@Daniel Ewetuya
01/03/11 12:38:35AM
14 posts

Dreading workplace


Life Issues Facing Dreads

Quick question, has anyone ever been denied a job position or had an employer deny you because you had dreads? And are there laws against this sort of discrimination in the professional world?

It's probably a stupid question but I'm just curious to know about anyone's experiences because I'm a college student and I'm probably going to get a white collar job; in so saying, how would you convince an employer that your keeping your dreads doesn't make you look unprofessional?

I know that you can only make so many people understand in this world we live in, but any suggestions and/or personal accounts would be appreciated.


updated by @Daniel Ewetuya: 01/13/15 08:52:50PM
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