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Baba Fats
08/20/12 08:44:08AM @baba-fats:

Welcome


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
08/19/12 11:47:50PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome good choice and so glad you dont believe the lie that asian hair wont dread naturally in fact the fastest ive ever seen hair dread naturaly was an asian guy

so look forward to seeing how yours progress


darkstar
09/11/12 08:15:05AM @darkstar:

Welcome. They will form in their own good time. On average it takes a year to see real mature locks. Check out the timeline forums


Zack4
09/11/12 01:54:09AM @zack4:

Well i was using the non Iodine sea Salt you buy for in food. When i went up to visit a friend in the cities we stopped at the closest pet shop. the owner filled and sold containers form a bulk supply, i never got a brand. i'm not sure it would matter? The tank sea salt as i understand is formulated to have the same properties as being in the ocean, but without the pollution where as table sea salt is food grade which is gonna be slightly different. So after this rambling answer. As long as it's made for a tank and not the table i say save a buck and go for it!


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
09/10/12 11:53:14PM @soaring-eagle:

absolutely they will but they will do far far worse they get swallowed and melt into a sticky mess thsay cause weak spots u never want rubber bands in dreads!


Amarilys Candelario
09/10/12 11:27:29PM @gabriel3:
The sections are not all the same size. I followed the natural grain of my hair on the sections and any thing I wasn't sure about I left out of the bands. I ave about 40 dreads. I was wondering if the bands will restrict the dreading process at all

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
09/10/12 11:17:59PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but why do you want them all the same size> they look better a blend of szes what you can do is seperate them to prevent any from getting too big or falling outside of tghe size range you want

if you sectuion then go natural its onbly going to resection itselgf the way it naturaly wants to section anyway


darkstar
09/11/12 08:15:05AM @darkstar:

Welcome. They will form in their own good time. On average it takes a year to see real mature locks. Check out the timeline forums


Zack4
09/11/12 01:54:09AM @zack4:

Well i was using the non Iodine sea Salt you buy for in food. When i went up to visit a friend in the cities we stopped at the closest pet shop. the owner filled and sold containers form a bulk supply, i never got a brand. i'm not sure it would matter? The tank sea salt as i understand is formulated to have the same properties as being in the ocean, but without the pollution where as table sea salt is food grade which is gonna be slightly different. So after this rambling answer. As long as it's made for a tank and not the table i say save a buck and go for it!


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
09/10/12 11:53:14PM @soaring-eagle:

absolutely they will but they will do far far worse they get swallowed and melt into a sticky mess thsay cause weak spots u never want rubber bands in dreads!


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