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CoriElaine
@CoriElaine
08/27/14 02:30:25PM
174 posts

Crochet, 16 dreads, HUGE sections


crochet and dread tools recovery

I would probably comb them out and then either go with neglect, or a very gentle TnR --> Neglect. (though neglect would probably be best, your hair has been through enough!)

CoriElaine
@CoriElaine
08/27/14 02:25:22PM
174 posts

How to tame the mane? day 3 neglect journey


General Questions

Maybe do a little light sectioning, dilute some aloe vera with water, and apply for the frizz

CoriElaine
@CoriElaine
08/27/14 02:18:45PM
174 posts

Seborrheic Dermatitis


Introduce Yourself

I would also recommend Tea tree,

CoriElaine
@CoriElaine
08/18/14 06:18:55PM
174 posts

When to bead?


Dread Accessories

Stick em in as soon as you can get them too stay. They size of your beads depends upon the size of your dreads. Before you start you'll want to know too....Take out any wooden beads before you shower! :)

CoriElaine
@CoriElaine
08/18/14 05:35:33PM
174 posts

Beginner Dreader


Introduce Yourself

I haven't read all the comments so forgive me if I'm repeating. This is essentially how my dread were 'made'. I TnRed The very first row at the nap of my neck, then next month the row above, and next month the row above, etc...until I gave that up and went natural anyways..Its perfectly okay for dreads to have different birthdays. Here in September it'll be my first rowsyears :) Sectioning will be the key in keeping your regular hair and dreaded hair separate. I often wore my hair up and kept my dreads down to keep them from eating each other up :) If you have any more questions feel free to ask! happy dreading :D

CoriElaine
@CoriElaine
07/19/14 03:29:04PM
174 posts

How to deal with Lots of Loose Hair


General Questions

Just keep it clean and let it be friend :) Separate the baby dreads as needed. All it takes is time. Im almost to two years and my bangs are just starting to get teeny knots, same for some [REALLY long!!] loose hair on top. :) Happy dreading!

CoriElaine
@CoriElaine
07/19/14 03:12:32PM
174 posts

I hate my scalp showing, any help or comments?


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

time and love is all you need :) Just keep it clean and leave it alone as much as you can and less its separating time!

CoriElaine
@CoriElaine
06/06/14 07:01:45PM
174 posts

First week freak out


Dreadlocks Journey Emotional Support

Don't worry about it hun, everything above is spot on. I plan on becoming a doctor and my dreads are around a year old.. :) Dreadlocks are both religious and spiritual, and you cannot be discriminated against for them. That being said, I do see locs as a sort of asshole detector, as you can see you quick makes a face etc. :) The more time goes by, the more you and other will come to love them. My mother HATED my locs when I started, and now shes 'gotten use to them' and will occasionally touch them..:3 Im rambling. Peace and blessings on your journey!

CoriElaine
@CoriElaine
05/30/14 09:39:25PM
174 posts

here are some of my glass dread beads :)


Dread Accessories

Lovely! How much do you sell them for? :)

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