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Brett
@Brett
02/12/13 03:32:38PM
28 posts

Here's a tricky one.


General Questions

That could be the case. I couldn't any there though. :c

soaring eagle said:

wich leads me to suspect its from a sore or something..scalp oozing


Brett said:

I wasn't really expecting to start for another month or two and I washed and rewashed multiple times the day before and the day I started. Everywhere else is totally fine and is doing awesome just that bit of residue. :P

soaring eagle said:

sebum produced by the sdalp or puss any sores on the scalp

umm u let jher use a detangler b4 dreading? u didnt have to trim any split ends but using w detangler was like a big step in the wrong direction

u want a tangler not detangler

Brett
@Brett
02/12/13 03:17:58PM
28 posts

Here's a tricky one.


General Questions

I wasn't really expecting to start for another month or two and I washed and rewashed multiple times the day before and the day I started. Everywhere else is totally fine and is doing awesome just that bit of residue. :P

soaring eagle said:

sebum produced by the sdalp or puss any sores on the scalp

umm u let jher use a detangler b4 dreading? u didnt have to trim any split ends but using w detangler was like a big step in the wrong direction

u want a tangler not detangler

Brett
@Brett
02/12/13 03:15:00PM
28 posts

Here's a tricky one.


General Questions

Okay, I'll have to have a look for it next time I go to town. Also I've been using dreadlockshampoo.com's stuff since the start of January which is why I'd figured it'd be gone by now.

Kelly said:

It is a residue from the hard water and BS. Get a small bottle of clarifying shampoo and it should remove any residue. You can get travel size bottles, so it shouldn't be expensive. Then switch to this.http://shop.dreadlockshampoo.com/

Brett
@Brett
02/12/13 05:18:47AM
28 posts

Here's a tricky one.


General Questions

So a few weeks ago I found a sticky residue that had a hair product type feel to it. I figured it was just some leftover baking soda that was getting caught up in my hair or something since I was doing bs/acv with hard water (I use shampoo now).

Skip forward a few weeks and I see it's still there. It's not on the other side of my head, just on my left side around my temple. It's basically leaving the hair feeling sticky and makes it look quite glossy.

I'm thinking it may be some kind of detangler that the hairdresser put it when I had my hair trimmed a few days before starting out. (First trip to a hair dresser in two years. figured it'd be a good idea to get rid of some dead ends) but it doesn't make sense that it's stuck in there for 3 months with me washing every other day and getting my hair wet daily. It's one of the first parts of my hair to dry out so it's not likely to be some kind of fungus that makes me look like some kind of manscaper.

Oh, and it smells like dirt or something like that mixed in with the nag champa, hard to figure out what it is exactly

I would take a photo but there's no way it'll show up but if you could see it you'd get what I mean. Any ideas on what this could be?

Cheers everyone.


updated by @Brett: 01/13/15 09:46:18PM
Brett
@Brett
01/16/13 10:53:24PM
28 posts

Shampoo advice!


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

Took about 11 days for me, but it is certainly worth it.

Tim said:

I agree with Baba. It is worth the shipping cost, especially if you can buy maximum bars for a particular shipping rate, the bars last along time too. It only took 7 days to arrive inAustralia.

peace

Brett
@Brett
01/02/13 07:03:13AM
28 posts

Tnr'd dreads that aren't unravelling?


General Questions

All right thanks. :)


updated by @Brett: 07/23/15 06:21:27PM
Brett
@Brett
01/02/13 06:33:23AM
28 posts

Tnr'd dreads that aren't unravelling?


General Questions

Cheers all. While I'm here, I'm thinking of swapping BC/ACV for some of dreadlockshampoo.com's products, if I were to get the liquid, would it survive the journey to Australia or would I be better off getting the bars? and how similar are the bars to regular bar soap? I ask this because when I use regular soap I break out into a rash anywhere that touched the soap.

Brett
@Brett
01/01/13 04:55:45AM
28 posts

Tnr'd dreads that aren't unravelling?


General Questions

All my hair's wanted to do since I started growing it a few years ago was tangle so I pretty much just gave in. :P

Brett
@Brett
01/01/13 03:53:13AM
28 posts

Tnr'd dreads that aren't unravelling?


General Questions

Alrighty, cheers you two. :D

Brett
@Brett
01/01/13 01:48:30AM
28 posts

Tnr'd dreads that aren't unravelling?


General Questions

Yeah I did one of them way too tight and it was one of the first ones I did, but there are others that have unravelled half way down then stayed tnr'd and looped around on itself at the end. I'm more worried about the first one though.

soaring eagle said:

ere they tnred too tight?

they will progress just fine if left alone thet will progress just fine if u take em out and go natural too

its all up to ypu

but 3 months isnt that far in its normal to have some lag behind

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