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LionOfJudah
@LionOfJudah
10/22/14 08:34:54PM
13 posts

Lice!!


Introduce Yourself

Teatree oil alone works great as a prevent, the fumes and such. Removing lice is easy! You can use a bottle of 70% isopropyl alchol, on your dreads, avoid your scalp! Tie them up and keep them under a shower cap for 30minutes, maybe an hour to be safe. Lice are capable of holding their breaths for up to 30 minutes, that's why a shower wont stop them, lice also take about a week to mature and begin laying more eggs, so after your first wash you should do one more, two even to be safe. Also, lice survive without a host for three days, beware of pillows, couches, hats, you know. If you've got them, they're easy to spot!

LionOfJudah
@LionOfJudah
04/27/13 05:33:45PM
13 posts

dreadlocks and how they change you


Member Journals and Timelines

Lmao, I feel THAT, I could never go back to shampoo xD

arrows_of_the_rainbow said:

Amazing story, thanks for sharing.

(tho I don't know how you could possibly go back to normal shampoo and conditioner after dreadlocks. nevertheless, we all yield the freedom to do however we please and you seem totally confident with your decision. congrats brother


updated by @LionOfJudah: 07/22/15 12:16:02PM
LionOfJudah
@LionOfJudah
11/23/12 02:40:00PM
13 posts

Silk or cotton pillowcase?


General Questions

Sounds good, I got some three month old locks that would probably enjoy trying out silk/cotton/wool pillow cases!=)

LionOfJudah
@LionOfJudah
10/22/12 05:47:39PM
13 posts

homemade flax lock up gel


Dread Maintenance

I'm not myself very fond of experiments, especially with my locks, I hope to see a follow up that you've discovered something wonderful!?!?! haha, goodluck!

LionOfJudah
@LionOfJudah
10/22/12 05:54:06PM
13 posts

what do I do with the ends & why wont they stay tight to my scalp?


Dread Maintenance

"Perfectionist" isn't exactly the right kind of attitude to have towards dreading. I guess we've all done it at some point and eventually you just learn that perfection isn't what you're seeking.

As to your question, yes of course that's normal, if it was all tight you wouldn't be able to move them, without force lol. I'd suggest sticking to Dreadlockssite for your further research, and long live your journey =]


updated by @LionOfJudah: 07/23/15 08:15:18AM
LionOfJudah
@LionOfJudah
10/20/12 12:44:18PM
13 posts

Worried About My Dreadies


Introduce Yourself

1st Q: Keep separating lmao

2nd Q: No more backcombing/tnr'ing, manipulating your hair wont do any good.

3rd Q: tams look great and keep the locks out of the way, invest!

Hope I helped =]

LionOfJudah
@LionOfJudah
09/21/12 08:53:28AM
13 posts

ok i need help!! calling all veteran dreadies!!!


Help! Save My Dreads

Like Baba said, be sure to rinse (preferablywith as cold as you're comfortable with) before acv rinse, you could end yourself up with what may seem like a fourth grade science project :p Welcome to the site, =)

LionOfJudah
@LionOfJudah
08/27/12 01:09:26AM
13 posts

deeper in my journey~


Dreadlock Picture Gallery

19 locks so far, haha, bad photo, but yeah.


updated by @LionOfJudah: 01/13/15 09:34:29PM
LionOfJudah
@LionOfJudah
08/24/12 01:01:02AM
13 posts

What am I supposed to do with my dreads?


Dread Maintenance

live and let live, let em grow =)

LionOfJudah
@LionOfJudah
08/17/12 07:15:28AM
13 posts

Begining my journey~


Dreadlock Picture Gallery

Six of my lovely dreadlocks =)


updated by @LionOfJudah: 01/13/15 09:33:49PM
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