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Katy W
 
@katy-w • last year • comments: 0
Posted a response to "wrapping-baby-neglect-dreads":
"Thanks. I think I will wait and see what they do on their own. "
Katy W
 
@katy-w • last year • comments: 0
Posted a response to "irritated-follicles-around-hair-line":
"I've done BS for years and have only had this problem while dreading. I was planning to look into shampoos though in case that is the problem.   "
Katy W
 
@katy-w • last year • comments: 0
Posted a response to "all-natural-after-tnr":
"  Ugggg! I don't know why these are turning all over the place. I give up!"
Katy W
 
@katy-w • last year • comments: 0
Created a new forum topic "All Natural after TnR":
"In November 2012 I did a set of TnR. I loved them but they had some problems. The sections were unnatural for my hair growth pattern and they always felt..."
Katy W
 
@katy-w • last year • comments: 0
Created a new forum topic "Wrapping baby neglect dreads?":
"I'm about six weeks into a neglect journey. I've seen some people recommend putting beads or wraps in the middle or ends of the early sections. Is this a..."
Katy W
 
@katy-w • last year • comments: 0
Created a new forum topic "Irritated follicles around hair line ":
"This is my second go at dreads. I did TnR before and after a while I started to get these itchy, irritated bumps at certain spots about an inch in from my..."

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Baba Fats
04/01/13 07:49:19AM @baba-fats:

Welcome. But don't bother trying to sew loose hairs in. the 4th months is the messiest month for most people. It's just that time in the process that most of the hairs are loose and look like a rats nest. They will start to get sucked into your locks on their own from here on out. Sewing them in will only cause problems and broken hairs. Every time you try to stick a needle through your locks, you are damaging the locks integrity and weakening your locks considerably. Take a look through the timeline forums and see what others looked like at 4 months. You're not alone


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/01/13 01:47:20AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome byu=ut do nit sew in loose hairs yoir only doing harm and causing loose hairs

just leave em be let em dread


the Barrellady
04/01/13 01:21:08AM @the-barrellady:

Welcome to the community Katy W. Your 4 month old twist & rip sections will go on a fantastic journey of loosening, zig zagging, looping, shrinking and dreading. There is no need to sew some loose hairs in, they will get sucked in with time, at only 4 months old they are still trying to form. All you need to do now is wash them and separate any sections trying to join together. No other maintenance is required, you get to sit back, put up your feet and embrace the ride....Peace


Katy W
10/09/13 01:45:27AM @katy-w:
its been a while!!

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/12/13 01:41:31PM @soaring-eagle:

glad your here too :)


shawn khalifa
04/12/13 12:21:36AM @shawn-khalifa:

you're a doll!! :)


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/11/13 11:20:19PM @soaring-eagle:


darkstar
04/11/13 03:49:01PM @darkstar:

Welcome


Katy W
10/09/13 01:45:27AM @katy-w:
its been a while!!

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/12/13 01:41:31PM @soaring-eagle:

glad your here too :)


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