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Nick Perkins

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Location: Tempe, Arizona
Zipcode: 85282
Country: US

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Born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. Lived in Albuquerque, New Mexico for a few years as well. Very political but the heart of a stoner. Rapping since I was 17. Basketball and football before that. Loving the people around you is the most important thing. 

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@nick-perkins • 8 months ago • comments: 2
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Okay, so this time around I'm going to update my hair every month. I was thinking about doing it different this time around. I wanted to take biotin for 3 months and...

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Baba Fats
05/08/13 03:44:33PM @baba-fats:

Welcome


the Barrellady
05/08/13 11:33:50AM @the-barrellady:

Welcome to the community Nick, you came to the best site to get you off to a healthy dread journey. As Soaring Eagle said, Biotin taken daily will speed up your hair growth. You can purchase it for under $10 from drug stores, Target Stores etc...6000mcg strength is recommended. Stop brushing now, wash with a dread friendly shampoo and your hair will start to naturally separate into sections, when it is long enough to form dreads, it will start to knot up.

You have hard water where you live, check map below, many shampoos and soaps like Dr.Bronners do not work well in hard water, they leave behind a residue build up in dreads. A member on this site has created wonderful shampoos and bars for dreads which work fantastic in hard water. DreadlockShampoo.com

Enjoy your soon to be journey...Peace


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
05/08/13 11:16:48AM @soaring-eagle:

welcoome

tip..let it grow and dred as it grows

biotin will help it grow faster but takes 3 months to take effect


cammie
06/12/13 01:58:06PM @cammie:
Yes Shea butter looks like it might work in your hair. Not to much though just a lil teeny bit thru the actuall hair shaft . Other than that basically just let it go sister patience is the key

Gabriel Audet-Bourgault
05/23/13 11:14:02AM @tyler-chidester:

Hi Chloe, you can contact Jacquie to help you with your hair care. Just go to the members tab & click that, then look at the small white tabs, one will say "hair scalp health experts", click that, now look for Jackuie's pic and contact here. These are the specialists in this field and she is one for African American textured hair.....Peace


darkstar
05/20/13 04:10:19PM @darkstar:

Welcome. It sounds like you're getting the good advice about crocheting and interlocking, and such. I'm glad everyone's already gotten to you about that. Hopefully your locks will heal up nicely and you'll be comfortable with them from now on


Gabriel Audet-Bourgault
05/20/13 11:43:33AM @tyler-chidester:

Welcome to the community Chloe. Better late than never to learn you can save your hair and money and grow dreads on your own, take a wonderful journey and feel an attachment to them.....Sounds like you have been getting great advice that I hope you will take...Peace.


cammie
06/12/13 01:58:06PM @cammie:
Yes Shea butter looks like it might work in your hair. Not to much though just a lil teeny bit thru the actuall hair shaft . Other than that basically just let it go sister patience is the key

Gabriel Audet-Bourgault
05/23/13 11:14:02AM @tyler-chidester:

Hi Chloe, you can contact Jacquie to help you with your hair care. Just go to the members tab & click that, then look at the small white tabs, one will say "hair scalp health experts", click that, now look for Jackuie's pic and contact here. These are the specialists in this field and she is one for African American textured hair.....Peace


darkstar
05/20/13 04:10:19PM @darkstar:

Welcome. It sounds like you're getting the good advice about crocheting and interlocking, and such. I'm glad everyone's already gotten to you about that. Hopefully your locks will heal up nicely and you'll be comfortable with them from now on


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