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Baba Fats
10/20/13 08:35:36PM @baba-fats:


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
10/19/13 10:25:41PM @soaring-eagle:

Kody A. Busboom
03/13/14 03:50:12PM @kody-a-busboom:

I'm digging all your music!

01/09/14 05:49:05AM @evan3:
Thanks :) what do you do for a living? I do medical coding/billing so I kept my hair up for most of the part of my journey but since they are more mature and neater looking I wear them down sometimes. Thank you for your kind words.

Adrian Daniel
11/13/13 07:17:25PM @caroline-koko:
thanks for the positivity its kinda hard to stay positive after reading the dreadication section I feel all doomed now cause my dreads were done through crotcheting but yes hispanic as well thanks for the add

Logan Wears
11/04/13 01:53:26AM @logan-wears:
Hey! Thanks for the add :)So far my employer does not have an issue with them, as long as I keep them pulled back. Granted right now I know I shouldn't have them pulled back bcs they are auch newbies, but no choice. So I do let them down ASAP I get out of work :) Working 3 12 hr shifts isn't so bad that I get to keep them down 4 days a week. :)Much love!

11/03/13 03:45:11AM @nappydreads:
I have not used the wax in a long time, guess I should explain it all in one of the ignorant newbie "Learn from my mistakes" threads. The work was really sloppy and a few started to unravel on their own. A good deal of the interlocks are still there but just a few "twists" were done per dread. I tried to undo as many as I could, but I simply couldn't get all of them out except for one dread (my longest & favorite).I don't feel I could trust the original or any other "loctitican" for that matter to work on my hair. It is what it is now and I'll just deal with it and the all future breakage and what not as it comes along.I should also explain that I work in healthcare. I know mature dreads would be more acceptable as they appear neat, clean and orderly. Appearance is understandably very important in the healthcare field, and that was my reasoning for going to a "professional" to get them started. As much as I personally enjoy the process, I just have to shorten the "messy" period as much possible, hence the wet right-after-the-shower palm rolling. It's not vigorous or very much, but I do have to keep them as neat & orderly as possible. I am already a "proven" asset to our team and so I have been allowed this grace to grow them out. But unless they are matured and neat I have serious doubt I could obtain future employment in their current state.I keep bound up and cover them up as much as possible with headcovers or dreadbands as a compromise with my manager. I know that's not the healthiest choice so I let them loose once I get home.I do use a quick sea salt spray once in while and I wash them 1-2 times a week. I used Knottyboys shampoo bar & will be switching to Dr. Bonner's bar as soon as I can find them locally. I like the idea of a shampoo bar as I can really scrub my oily scalp. I dealt with itchy scalp long before my dreads, and scrubbing it really good always helped.Now that winter is coming I'll be switching to wool for my headcovers & dreadbands. Any other advice as to "accelerating" the journey to mature looking dreads would be much appreciated. Thank you again Soaring Eagle as your site gave me great hope a few months back when my journey looked so bleak.

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
11/03/13 02:02:38AM @soaring-eagle:

nvrmnd i see your 6 months in looks like the interlocking undid itself?

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
11/02/13 08:00:24PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome\dont palm roll

remove the wax with wzx b gone from

interlocking is a horible mistake!

u may be better off starting over if not too far in

Kody A. Busboom
03/13/14 03:50:12PM @kody-a-busboom:

I'm digging all your music!

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