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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
03/07/13 11:54:45AM @soaring-eagle:


ღHippie Loveღ
03/07/13 09:20:13AM @hippie-love:

Welcome and Happy Dreading.

Always, Hippie Love


Baba Fats
03/07/13 07:36:01AM @baba-fats:

Welcome. What do you need help with? As long as you wash your hair 1-3 times a week, and make sure they don't congo into massive locks, they will be great


Ehi U
03/21/13 07:01:51PM @ehi-u:

Thank you! yeah I mean I just backcombed em in and they have just hardened up every month. I use a lot of sea salt spray, that helps. And I kinda let em dread before I backcombed em too. I did use a crotchet hoook to pull in the really stubborn loose hairs, but I have since stopped. It really does tear your hair no matter how careful you are with it. My hair is wayyy frizzier than it should be because of all the hairs it ripped. But yeah, time is all you really need, but if you want a little boost I would recommend making your own salt water spray. It speeds up the process a lil. There is also a really good locking gel from "Buck Country Soap Factory" connected to this website that is good for helping keep your hair healthy after all the maintenance damage. Its like aloe vera and flax seed oil, along with some other things that help nourish that beat up dried out "maintained" hair . but I think yours look good, you got em looking nice and neat, now yah just gotta let em mature.


darkstar
03/20/13 08:37:43PM @darkstar:

That's awesome. What are you trying to do with them?

This spring and summer I'll be working on my first co-op, out in the woods finding out how well ectomycorrhizae effect the health of the forest floor, and how well mycorrhizae help absorb nutrients in switchgrass for use as bio fuel


Lindsey Trane D
03/20/13 07:38:51PM @lindsey-trane-d:

Welcome :) I see everyone's already given you words of support and advice, but a lot of us here have done things, intefered, with our dread progress at some point, and with a bit of patience, it often heals itself and your dreads can be healthy and beautiful again.


mariah kelly
03/20/13 11:33:25AM @mariah-kelly:
Welcome! I am a noob too. This site will do wonders for your hair and it will shut your ego up so you can be happy with your dreads. Be well....

Ehi U
03/20/13 01:43:58AM @ehi-u:

dont get discouraged even though you did all that work on em. Time is the only thing that really makes dreads. You got em started so they will be straight and neat, but natural or salon dreads still simply require TIME to actually become "dreaded". So just seperate em every few days, and nothing else, and they will harden up into nice looking dreads...as long as you get that excessive wax out of there. They dont look bad at all! Good luck! dont get discouraged with the process, thats all part of the fun.


Gabriel Audet-Bourgault
03/19/13 10:16:28PM @tyler-chidester:

Welcome to the community. Isn't it great to find out that all you have to do now is sit back and enjoy your journey!

Peace


darkstar
03/19/13 08:34:30PM @darkstar:

Welcome. I did a lot to my hair when I first started too. Trust me, you'll feel so much better when you stop trying to force anything to happen and trying to fix what will fix itself over time


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