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Lisa Ann Maynard


Location: Point Pleasant, WV
Zipcode: 25550
Country: US


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Last baby born!!! YAY!!!!
My first three babies♡


08/31/14 03:01:38AM @naturaldreads01:

Sorry I didn't get back to you earlier.. I just saw your comment. I also think I saw that you said you took out the tnr and went natural/neglect? wishing you much love, peace, health and wealth! :D

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
08/11/14 12:06:37AM @soaring-eagle:

well message me i created the site there is a mobile version at but its klimmited we are upgrading to a bobile 1st design at wich is live but were not ready to move in fully yet the apps well the android 1 is the same as the mobiole site the iphone 1 slightly diferent but not great either the new site willbe4 vastkyimproved and is the same for desktopor mobile just resizes for each screen width

Owl Lady
08/09/14 09:14:01PM @owl-lady:

Thank you Lisa for the comments you left on my wall, sorry I haven't been on here much since I have been using facebook most of the time in the Natty dread group. Nice to meet you though!

Lauryn Dowding
08/09/14 03:12:41PM @lauryn-dowding:

Hi there, thank you for the dread compliments i'm so happy with them, they really make my life complete and make me complete. It's nice to know some one understands i have the 3 friends at the most one being my partner, the rest of my family are my animals. Send me an inbox to chat sometime. Peace and love.

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
08/05/14 05:48:41PM @soaring-eagle:

1.5 inches is bigger tghen u wantand high mold risk 1`inch is the largest u wabnt imagine if 2 1.5 congo thats a 3 inch dread ..thicker then your wrist..thats a huge dread youd be much better odff keeping them under 3/4 ..also note that the kooser the tnr within reason the faster it dreadsif its foirm to start its going to dread real slowly

Lisa Ann Maynard
08/02/14 07:41:18AM @lisa-ann-maynard:
Soaring Eagle, I have a question & since new here Im not sure if this is the appropriate place to post it but know no other way @ this time. (Sorry ;-) Anyway, on to say that tnr is the best way to go. My ? is, is it the best way for extremely thick hair?? I did tnr two tiny sections on the side of my head close to my ear (my other side I keep shaved) for the sections were too tiny to backcomb & they turned out nice & knotted & firm but my other sections we measured out to be 1.5 inch squared & some of the back sections which is where most of my thickness is, seem too thick to tnr well & even if managed Im afraid the weight of my hair will just end up pulling the knots out. This is why I thought a mixture of tnr & backcombing would prob work better. How do you feel about this? Do you think it will be fine to tnr all of it or should I do half & half as mentioned b4? Thank you so much Also.. if anyone else who may see this comment who may have experience with thick hair & tnr it would be much appreciated to hear your opinions & experiences! Thank all

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
07/31/14 10:11:26AM @soaring-eagle:


tnr is a better option tho

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
07/27/14 09:35:47PM @soaring-eagle:

what do u do to maintain and why mines like 72 inches or more

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
07/27/14 06:35:16PM @soaring-eagle:

most recent pic

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
07/27/14 03:28:38PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but whats too long im at 24 years and a good foot or 2 past my toes but glad to have more 20 plus year old dreads here post pics wed love to see

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