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Hey guys...Its been a while..

 

My dreads are nearing 3 yrs but lately I have been travelling a lot across remote places of India in open-air tractors..I thought sitting with wind blowing agaisnt me face would help the dreads but it has caused shit loads of loose hairs to crop up esp around forehead which gets tooo annoying on 10hours trip..

|Kindly help me out..Bandanas dont work cz its too hot over here to wear one usually...

 

Anything that can tame thse loosies??

 

Many Thanks


ash

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cheers amanda.. do i palm roll it or just apply generally?

does it help in creating new knots?

i think you can just dab it on like hair gel.

 

a wool hat would be good for creating new knots, but i imagine in an indian summer a wool hat would be wretched.

pulling it back in a scarf....maybe real loose gauze, is my  only suggestion. it will keep it out of your eyes anyway. I am glad to  see you back :) We missed you!
yea man wool hat in indian summer might just catch fire..although the sweating can be used to put it out i guess.;)

oshinn said:

i think you can just dab it on like hair gel.

 

a wool hat would be good for creating new knots, but i imagine in an indian summer a wool hat would be wretched.

hey sweety..thanks man..i miss being here too..i promise to be more regular for sure :)

 

and i do tie it back but still some suckers love running rampant on my forehead..lol

taye said:

pulling it back in a scarf....maybe real loose gauze, is my  only suggestion. it will keep it out of your eyes anyway. I am glad to  see you back :) We missed you!
I shall hit you on the head with a rolled up newspaper, you rapscallion!

check your page..wat is livelydreads?

 

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