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Mary3
@mary3
08/02/11 10:59:21AM
16 posts

Beads/wrapping at the root of dreads??


Dread Maintenance

I want to believe you... So I am going to remove the wraps today!

soaring eagle said:

the bubbles are it dreading dont get annoyed get happy thats a good sign of proper dreading it will settle down on its own eventualy

Mary3
@mary3
07/31/11 05:45:21PM
16 posts

Beads/wrapping at the root of dreads??


Dread Maintenance

See my hair.. most of it.. dreads from the root and works its way down the dread.. so far.. I don't have an issue with loose hair.. there are just some that have these annoying bubbles coming out of the root area.. I think how Heather describes hers as bunched up is a proper image? SE I bet you are right about it not dreading right if the wraps are left on for long.. and Heather, you are wise and patient to let them be free! I wonder if I just left the wraps on for a few weeks and then took them off if my desired result will be achieved, without hindering the life of the dread.. you think?

Mary3
@mary3
07/30/11 01:48:22PM
16 posts

Love your dreads and they will love you back!


Dreadlocks Journey Emotional Support

This is wonderfully inspirational. Thank you :) I am four months deep.. and needed to read this

Mary3
@mary3
07/30/11 01:41:34PM
16 posts

Beads/wrapping at the root of dreads??


Dread Maintenance

So in the front of my head some of the roots of my dreads are all bubbled up and funky looking, so due to my mild "OCD" and yea.. vanity, I lightly wrapped just that root area of a few and put beads over the other ones.. I am wondering though, if this is going to prevent the root growth from dreading.. or do something negative.. I am hoping it will just calm the root area down after a few weeks or so.. Also, I know this has been a topic in many areas but I am wondering what the difference in maintenance is when the dreads grow and the roots dread as the growth happens.. and then when you see very mature locks at the ends of several inches to even a foot of un-dreaded root hair??? It may just be hair type or something?? I do not know!


updated by @mary3: 01/13/15 09:07:18PM
Mary3
@mary3
07/10/11 09:14:52PM
16 posts

CANNOT WAIT FOR THE RAINBOW FAMILY


Alternative Lifestyles and Subcultures

I wonder how many people where there.. it was only like an 8 mile trek from the car haha and I am sure that was close! well worth it.. So glad to have been there again after such a long time of being gone after first experience. :) <3
Mary3
@mary3
06/01/11 11:18:58AM
16 posts

have you EVER used ANY dreadheadhq ot knotty boy products?


Dread Products

Ah Wonderful thank you

soaring eagle said:

its hand made by libby maylee is libbies lil girl its made inher kitchen and availible in our shops here

its ggood pure stuff

Mary said:

Do you have to order Maylees? I cannot find it locally..

soaring eagle said:

bronners is excelent too

but maylesss just smells amazing and feels so good

both are really pure

Mary3
@mary3
05/31/11 05:11:45PM
16 posts

have you EVER used ANY dreadheadhq ot knotty boy products?


Dread Products

Do you have to order Maylees? I cannot find it locally..

soaring eagle said:

bronners is excelent too

but maylesss just smells amazing and feels so good

both are really pure

Mary3
@mary3
05/30/11 11:10:01AM
16 posts

have you EVER used ANY dreadheadhq ot knotty boy products?


Dread Products

years ago I tried DreadHead HQ shampoo and it was HORRIBLE.. my scalp nearly disintegrated.. I have also tried the KB shampoo bar and it was OK.. not something I would use again... IT was just a little too dehydrating and towards the end of the bar it became like an empty shell.. expensive too.. Dr. Bronner's is BEST :)
Mary3
@mary3
05/25/11 05:47:18PM
16 posts

Nicole's Dreadlock Timeline: Recovery From Crochet, Going Natural


Member Journals and Timelines

I love them! They look like beautiful Celtic knotwork or something
Mary3
@mary3
05/25/11 05:23:00PM
16 posts

natural dreadlocks or neglect method dreading


Dreading Methods

I have three backcombed dreads that are six months old and fully mature (no wax or product)... And yes the rest of my 2 month old dreads are also backcombed.... I am having no issues with them.. They are my third set of dreads (fourth if you count my disaster in high school- no need to speak of it now). I have grown organic dreads before as well.. so I think that different things work differently for different people.

soaring eagle said:
backcombing often does very little or nothing its not really a part of the dreading process

but presentablility is determined by who yoir being pressented to.. in some crowds wild drewds are the most pressentable while crew cuts and 3 peice suites are riduculed
just tell em that pressentable means different things to different groups and ya cant be expected to join theyre group just cause they want ya to
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