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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/30/11 01:57:47PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome gotta tell u though crocherts very very bad for dreads! throw the hook away and join the crochet recovery group


kalli budz
11/19/12 12:21:06PM @kalli-budz:
Love your colors

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
07/23/12 12:51:32AM @soaring-eagle:

its simple..do nothing let it dread itself..no harm at all the hook is like using a jackhammer to knot the hair when a gentle breeze would do the same job

the hook is extremely destructive and makes them so tight they take 6 months or longer to loisen enough to even begin to dread

the hok replaces drezding with weaving

you have to force every knot cause they just wont progress at all unless u leave em alone to dread

we saw 1 guy ruin his dreads so badly with the hook he gha\d to rub his dreads through a sewing machine to sew em back togetygner

and another dove in a pool and 4 drwads broke just from the water impact


darkstar
07/22/12 10:10:40PM @darkstar:

I hear you. That's the downside of the BS wash. I used to dye my hair, but haven't in ages. My locks are my natural hair colour. I think about dying them again, now and then. But I'd probably stick to using henna and just doing it the same colour brown to cover up some of the roots that stick out and look white. But only I can see them. Not even my wife notices


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
07/22/12 07:33:25PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome the crochet hooks a huge mistake its very destructive and will make them take 6 months to over a year lob=nger to dread just throw it away and never ever ever use it

wash a few times a week and seperate as needed thats all and join the crochet recovery group


darkstar
07/22/12 06:17:11PM @darkstar:

Welcome. Definitely wash every 2-3 days in the beginning. The more you wash, the better. Dirty hair will not lock.

I love the baking soda/ACV wash. But with dyed hair, the BS willlighten the colour and may strip it completely in time.

YOu could also use any of the soap from dreadlockshampoo.com. It smells awesome and doesn't leave any residue. I loved Dr. Bronners for years, but not everyone can use it. If you have hard water, it will not rinse out of your hair well


kalli budz
11/19/12 12:21:06PM @kalli-budz:
Love your colors

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
07/23/12 12:51:32AM @soaring-eagle:

its simple..do nothing let it dread itself..no harm at all the hook is like using a jackhammer to knot the hair when a gentle breeze would do the same job

the hook is extremely destructive and makes them so tight they take 6 months or longer to loisen enough to even begin to dread

the hok replaces drezding with weaving

you have to force every knot cause they just wont progress at all unless u leave em alone to dread

we saw 1 guy ruin his dreads so badly with the hook he gha\d to rub his dreads through a sewing machine to sew em back togetygner

and another dove in a pool and 4 drwads broke just from the water impact


darkstar
07/22/12 10:10:40PM @darkstar:

I hear you. That's the downside of the BS wash. I used to dye my hair, but haven't in ages. My locks are my natural hair colour. I think about dying them again, now and then. But I'd probably stick to using henna and just doing it the same colour brown to cover up some of the roots that stick out and look white. But only I can see them. Not even my wife notices


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
07/22/12 07:33:25PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome the crochet hooks a huge mistake its very destructive and will make them take 6 months to over a year lob=nger to dread just throw it away and never ever ever use it

wash a few times a week and seperate as needed thats all and join the crochet recovery group


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