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John Hooper
06/04/13 02:21:27PM @john-hooper:

Hey there, how are the dreadies coming along? :)


Baba Fats
05/28/13 09:37:06PM @baba-fats:

Welcome. You won't regret going natural this time. It's much more rewarding


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
05/28/13 06:35:17PM @soaring-eagle:


the Barrellady
05/28/13 06:35:12PM @the-barrellady:

Welcome to the community. The dreaducation section at the top of the site is a great place to start for information on growing free for dreads. Enjoy your journey..Peace


Gabriel Audet-Bourgault
06/09/13 08:05:13PM @tyler-chidester:

Welcome to the community Gerri, You came to the best site on the web to learn how your keep your natural dreads healthy and happy for life. You will have a wonderful journey in the next 1-2 years and the reward will be beautiful mature dreads....peace


darkstar
06/09/13 04:53:18PM @darkstar:

Welcome. For natural locks, you just toss your comb, get a good dreadlocks-friendly soap, and wash 2-3 times a week. Then, as they start to tangle, you separate as needed, into individual sections.

It takes about a full year to grow mature locks. So don't freak out if hey take longer than you thought. The 4th month tends to be the messiest for most people. So it's ok if they look goofy and unruly for up to 8 months. They will begin to knot up in due course.

There are a small percentage of us that take longer than normal. About 1% of people with locks take around a year to see any change at all. I am in that 1%. So are Ixchel and a few others.

Check out the dreaducation page first. Then look at the timeline forums to see what the first weeks/months look like


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
06/09/13 04:45:59PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but 1st you dont "do" natural dreads they are natural therefore you allow them to happen

stop preventing drezds and dreads hapen naturally


Gabriel Audet-Bourgault
06/09/13 08:05:13PM @tyler-chidester:

Welcome to the community Gerri, You came to the best site on the web to learn how your keep your natural dreads healthy and happy for life. You will have a wonderful journey in the next 1-2 years and the reward will be beautiful mature dreads....peace


darkstar
06/09/13 04:53:18PM @darkstar:

Welcome. For natural locks, you just toss your comb, get a good dreadlocks-friendly soap, and wash 2-3 times a week. Then, as they start to tangle, you separate as needed, into individual sections.

It takes about a full year to grow mature locks. So don't freak out if hey take longer than you thought. The 4th month tends to be the messiest for most people. So it's ok if they look goofy and unruly for up to 8 months. They will begin to knot up in due course.

There are a small percentage of us that take longer than normal. About 1% of people with locks take around a year to see any change at all. I am in that 1%. So are Ixchel and a few others.

Check out the dreaducation page first. Then look at the timeline forums to see what the first weeks/months look like


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
06/09/13 04:45:59PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but 1st you dont "do" natural dreads they are natural therefore you allow them to happen

stop preventing drezds and dreads hapen naturally


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