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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
03/24/12 05:48:28PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but the needle is a horible thing to do to dreads

Dreaded Friend
12/20/11 04:09:56PM @dreaded-friend:

Your profile is so who I am as a Mum of 2 kids and house wife, 49 years old and very spiritual and love wood products, I make buttons by slicing thinpieces of wood from a branch and drilling2 holes in them, also I thinly slice bigger branches and dry them over thecoal range realy quick and they change shape into little bowls.And I also love nature and the forest.


Dreaded Friend
12/20/11 04:01:37PM @dreaded-friend:

I see your comment on conditioner, you can use conditioner when the dreads are both mature and locked but any time before will unravel them and the drying out of the hair actually helps the dreads lock.

All the best,


rheza pradana
02/13/11 01:24:02PM @nicole-derosie:
hey nancy! I have not started dreading yet. yours look good so far! my hair is actually not curly, i had it crimped in my picture. it's straight as a board! good luck with yourr though!

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
01/25/11 07:03:07PM @soaring-eagle:
i shake em and nce they form or start to seperate often to keep em thin

Byron Pagdilao
01/25/11 03:08:00PM @bummie:
Thank you so much, that was so sweet. I used a mixed method. Some back combing, some TnR, some braids, and a couple neglect :). So my head is a hodge podge of different techniques. Neglect is always the most healthy way to go....but if you would rather help them along...I highly suggest TnR for your dreads. It is the least damaging of all the other methods (except neglect) and it actually takes a lot less time to do! But keep in mind, no matter what method you choose, it takes time (up to a year) to mature into dreads. Read the Dreading Methods section above. It is very informative. It will give you an idea of what you want to do.

Byron Pagdilao
01/25/11 01:44:57PM @bummie:
Your hair was made for dreads! If I passed you in the grocery store I would definitely think "wow she could have fabulous dreads"!!

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
01/25/11 12:30:31PM @soaring-eagle:
u can but once u will not want to wash every day since they dry slow if u wash every day they will start to stiey never get dry so every 2-3 days is better

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
01/25/11 10:12:18AM @soaring-eagle:

well 1st u do wash dreads natural too your hairs trying to dread already..let it wear a tam to keep sawdust out

and just stop combing and conditioned and seperate em as u see fit

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
01/24/11 11:44:23PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but sounds more like you should try natural dreads seems like it fits your personality more

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