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Cheekychu
@Cheekychu
05/22/11 09:30:37PM
14 posts

ouch, ouch, OUCH!!!


Dread Maintenance

interesting, i separated mine somewhat in the beginning (3 months ago) because my hair gets matted very quickly when it's neglected. so i knew if i did nothing i'd be growing a few giant congos. BUT i noticed fairly early that my hair was fighting some of the separations i had made. and they were growing in a 'funky' way and i had to keep on top of having them parted. after about a week of this i gave up. plus i felt it was kind of defeating the purpose of doing it naturally so to speak. i just let it go. and many of them re-separated in their own way. and they stopped being funky ^_^

i don't know if it would help you, how long your hair is or how far along you are, but that was my experience. maybe something to look out for for people starting out. hope it evens out soon. scalp pain sux :( oh, also i don't sleep with anything. i'm being patient, but everything is moving along fine. i think the bed head thing helps move it along. as well as washing it a lot. even if it's just a water rinse. again, my experience..


updated by @Cheekychu: 07/23/15 04:06:23PM
Cheekychu
@Cheekychu
03/05/11 10:51:03AM
14 posts

dreads and jobs


dreads jobs employment issues

awesome knotty, congrats!! well, here's a little update - i stopped by my job the other day to take care of some business in HR and i popped in to my office to say hey to everyone and they all said 'wow! look at that hair!' it was pretty funny, they weren't phased by it at all - and it's kinda crazy looking right now. on the other hand, my friends and family are kind of buggin out over it. my daughter (she's 10) says 'mom, don't do it!! i like your normal hair better..' i told her this is my normal hair, lol!!

Cheekychu
@Cheekychu
03/01/11 09:23:23AM
14 posts

dreads and jobs


dreads jobs employment issues

Interesting thread! I'm a civil servant, I work in a city hospital. I've been there for 6 years and fortunately for me, there's not much they can do about my hair no matter what I do to it. The funny thing is that I'm on maternity leave right now so by the time I get back to work this will be a definite surprise to them :0)
Cheekychu
@Cheekychu
03/01/11 08:50:47AM
14 posts

an observation


Dreading Methods

good to know, thx!
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