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peacelovebliss714
@peacelovebliss714
03/15/11 05:35:43PM
24 posts

Dying my hair??


General Questions

Okay, I've read these forums a lot and have read a few things about this, but I still want to ask to get the best answer possible. As of today I am 3 weeks into my natural/"neglect" method dread babies. I'd say I've made very good progress in little time (you can check out my blog or photo album to see) but I really would like to dye my hair. I have it dyed now, the roots are just growing in and it's getting to look a bit tacky to me so I wanna touch it up. I know it's best to not use the conditioner included in the kit obviously, but when I rinse should I do a quick wash with Dr. Bronner's or just plain water? And is it even alright to dye my hair? I've read some places that it helps it knot, but other things have said it can hurt the process. What's the truth and am I really better off waiting a few months before doing it?

Thanks :)


updated by @peacelovebliss714: 01/13/15 08:57:35PM
peacelovebliss714
@peacelovebliss714
03/09/11 05:31:35PM
24 posts

spraying sea salt on hair to help it tangle??


Dreading Methods

Well, I've started using it in a spray, and it seems it could be slightly helping the locking process, but more-so it is helping my normally oily scalp/hair. :)
peacelovebliss714
@peacelovebliss714
03/08/11 08:56:52AM
24 posts

spraying sea salt on hair to help it tangle??


Dreading Methods

Thanks. :) At the beginning of the first week, I was washing my hair daily, but now I'm washing it three times a week.

Amber Claire said:

yer sea salt works well after i have washed my hair i pour sea salt rince ( 2 table spoons, then add 2 letres of water) then leave for a bit then rinse out. Works well for me. By the way your hair is looking good and making fast progress. How often do you wash your hair by the way? I wash mine often and seems to be knotting fast.

Peace x

peacelovebliss714
@peacelovebliss714
03/07/11 06:04:37PM
24 posts

spraying sea salt on hair to help it tangle??


Dreading Methods

Is it true that if you spray a water and sea salt solution on your hair it will help it tangle? If so, what is a good amount of sea salt to use?

thanks!


updated by @peacelovebliss714: 01/13/15 08:57:07PM
peacelovebliss714
@peacelovebliss714
03/04/11 08:49:09AM
24 posts

WHY I HAVE DEADLOCKS CAMPAIGN! help put dreadforums on BLAST! :)


Introduce Yourself

I'll be doing mine explaining why I am getting dreadlocks, and I'll also let everyone know dreadlockssite.com saved me from destroying my hair with harmful products from other companies who don't really give a damn about the meaning of dreadlocks. :) looking forward to seeing everyone's videos.
peacelovebliss714
@peacelovebliss714
03/07/11 03:18:42PM
24 posts

Can't decide between staying natural or doing twist & rip


Dreading Methods

hey guys :) just in case any of you are interested in following my progress, I will be updating this blog at least once every week or 2. here's the link:http://www.dreadlockssite.com/profiles/blogs/my-dreadlocks-adventure
updated by @peacelovebliss714: 07/13/15 12:34:09PM
peacelovebliss714
@peacelovebliss714
03/04/11 08:22:53AM
24 posts

Can't decide between staying natural or doing twist & rip


Dreading Methods

Thanks! I've been diluting it, but just "winging it" in the shower. What would you recommend for a good dilution? If it helps at all my, hair is usually naturally a bit oily... but even that has improved since I stopped brushing! :D thanks for any advice.

Dorothy said:
i say go natural! make sure to dilute the bronners. enjoy the journey!
peacelovebliss714
@peacelovebliss714
03/04/11 08:18:19AM
24 posts

Can't decide between staying natural or doing twist & rip


Dreading Methods

thanks for everyone's input. I decided to keep it natural. The fact that I'm willing to be patient and see what happens naturally kinda says something for my usual impatient self. :) Have I mentioned how much I love the freedom of not worrying about about my hair? Thanks for everyone's support. I'll make my best attempts to post pictures weekly or bi-weekly of my progress. :)
peacelovebliss714
@peacelovebliss714
03/03/11 09:40:09PM
24 posts

Can't decide between staying natural or doing twist & rip


Dreading Methods

It is day 3 of no brushing. I have washed my hair (w/ Dr. Bronner's) for the past 3 days, so my progress could probably be even better if I would've skipped a day or 2. Anyways, here's what I've got so far, and I'm pretty happy with it. I never knew that leaving my hair alone and letting go of any concern with it would feel so GREAT and liberating. :)

Please share any input! :) I'm torn between leaving it natural or doing twist & rip.


updated by @peacelovebliss714: 02/14/15 06:15:08AM
peacelovebliss714
@peacelovebliss714
03/07/11 09:27:39PM
24 posts

Finally Have an Appointment with a Stylist


Introduce Yourself

Ohhh... I too just realized this was an old discussion... oops haha
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