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Kass
@Kass
04/03/11 12:21:17AM
33 posts

Bueno!


Introduce Yourself

Hi everyone!I've made a few posts on here already but tomorrow marks the real first day of my dread journey. Haven't decide if I'm going totally natural or transitioning to tnr after a bit of sectioning happens.I have a lot of thin hair, so it's kind of medium thickness. It's slightly wavy and brown. Woohooooo. I just recently bought a very pretty wool tam and two bars of Maylee's!! They should be getting here soon.I just thought I'd express nervousness and excitement about this journey... I'm excited to see the stages of my hair and to really free myself from it, but on the other hand I'm nervous about the responses of society (especially my family). I'm also chubby (gained 50 lbs in college) so I'm afraid my attractiveness will completely be eliminated once I begin this journey.That's about it. :) So excited! Going to start posting picture soon too of course.
updated by @Kass: 01/13/15 08:59:02PM
Kass
@Kass
03/31/11 02:17:29PM
33 posts

Where to get dread beads?


Dread Accessories

I'm throwing out the comb on April 2nd!! SO EXCITED!

I'm thinking about the future though when I might need to put beads on my dreads. I'm really poor and I know I'll need more than like 5 beads. When I go searching for beads they want like 2-5 bucks a pop for that crap! I can't afford that!

I was wondering if anyone knows where to purchase any of these things wholesale? Like a huge bag for cheap? I'm planning on putting stuff that I just find in them when they get more mature, but I'm just looking for things to put on to hold them together or whatever in the future (that's what they're for right?)

AHHH! Thanks.


updated by @Kass: 02/14/15 03:51:58AM
Kass
@Kass
03/17/11 01:48:37PM
33 posts

yes i checked the f.a.q.'s lol


Introduce Yourself

It's a sea salt spray, so you just make it, put it into a spray bottle, and spray it into your hair before you wash it (within 2 hours). Don't worry about it. Just relax and let your hair do its thing.

To dry, just shake your hair out and let it dry naturally. Once it's dry you can put a tam on. Or sleep with wool on your pillow. These are ways that can speed up dreading :)

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