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Thinning crown

Started this discussion. Last reply by Baba Fats Jun 17, 2012. 4 Replies

Does anyone have any experience with thinning hair at the crown?  I am growing my hair our for dreads and have noticed my crown seems to be thinning.  Can you use dreads to "hide" this?  Any advice…Continue

Which method is best?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ixchel May 7, 2012. 8 Replies

Hi all....new to this blog and just wanted to know the best method people found to dread?  Also what are the negatives you have found in regards to having dreads?  Have always wanted dreads and am…Continue

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Rob Slater said
"Thanks for the replies....it dificult to see how it would work if I am starting to loose my hair at the crown....but only time will tell"
Jun 18, 2012

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Baba Fats replied to Rob Slater's discussion Thinning crown
"In time, loose hairs and stray hairs will fill in the gap.  If you don't mess with your roots, it will fill in"
Jun 17, 2012

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☮ soaring eagle ॐ replied to Rob Slater's discussion Thinning crown
"definately let them form naturally too dont backcomb or tnr  the natural sectioning will hide it better"
Jun 17, 2012

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Baba Fats replied to Rob Slater's discussion Thinning crown
"Check out my video "just an update".  I show my thinning hair there.  Because of genetics, I'm going bald.  And In my family baldness starts early.  I'm 25 and have a receding hairline and my crown is starting…"
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Thinning crown

Does anyone have any experience with thinning hair at the crown?  I am growing my hair our for dreads and have noticed my crown seems to be thinning.  Can you use dreads to "hide" this?  Any advice or info appreciated...See More
Jun 17, 2012

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Ixchel replied to Rob Slater's discussion Which method is best?
"true, it's more of a "journey" i guess. takes plenty of patience.  "
May 7, 2012

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☮ soaring eagle ॐ replied to Rob Slater's discussion Which method is best?
"not to mentionits the traditional way so has the most meaning behind it and u learn the most along the way"
May 7, 2012

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Ixchel replied to Rob Slater's discussion Which method is best?
"i would always recommend natural just because it wouldn't damage your hair, it's easy (stop brushing...don't have to figure out how to do any "method"..yes i'm lazy), it has the most character to it & very fun to…"
May 7, 2012
Rob Slater replied to Rob Slater's discussion Which method is best?
"Thanks everyone for the info, its great to have people who know what is going on give advice with no profit incentive behind it....thanks again and I will be online again soon....good vibes and sunshine....."
May 6, 2012

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☮ soaring eagle ॐ replied to Rob Slater's discussion Which method is best?
"just in the last 4 hours i have seen 4 comments like "i started mine with____ but now wish i went natural" and 3 comments stating they started theirs with ___ and now are about to start over naturally ofcourse many who start with whatever…"
May 6, 2012

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Tara C replied to Rob Slater's discussion Which method is best?
"I backcombed mine...it wasn't done hard, very gently, didn't even hurt, so probably not too damaging either. The downside is...it makes you look like Sideshow Bob for a while. Also, they often come loose again, which is OK, but then you…"
May 6, 2012

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☮ soaring eagle ॐ replied to Rob Slater's discussion Which method is best?
"let me go into more details as to why  for each method natural aka freeform or organic (sometimes called neglect or patience method) i best fir many reasons 1 they are healthiest  no damage  no gunky products etc they lok best and…"
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☮ soaring eagle ॐ replied to Rob Slater's discussion Which method is best?
"nAtural is always has been always will be best every negative about dreds is really a possitive..some ppl dont like em but those ppl are hate filled and best to be avoided back to methods natural is the best ofcourse twist and rips not too…"
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Which method is best?

Hi all....new to this blog and just wanted to know the best method people found to dread?  Also what are the negatives you have found in regards to having dreads?  Have always wanted dreads and am finally in a place where I can get it done.  Any opinions and advice welcome.....See More
May 6, 2012

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