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Shamra Lucky-Rose Chapman


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speed it up for the child

By: Shamra Lucky-Rose Chapman
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My youngest wants dreads. Now I did my with a little force he has such a tender head he hates it to even be brushed that is why he wants dreads now. What can I do besides just giving him a good shampoo to speed up the proses? Naturally of course

Shamra Lucky-Rose Chapman
09/15/12 10:12:21PM @shamra-lucky-rose-chapman:

Oh well ither way im doing it so that way it goes away I dont want this problem....I have not had to deal with this kind of thing since I was 11

Baba Fats
09/15/12 10:11:06PM @baba-fats:

You're right. I was mixed up. It is every 3 days for 9 days minimum. I forget what I was mixing it up with

Shamra Lucky-Rose Chapman
09/15/12 10:06:26PM @shamra-lucky-rose-chapman:

Well I do hate things that cause much of that in my family right now and hate my hair being burned. I got the alcohol put it on my head and wraped it for an hour just washed it out a bit ago.....very yuky. So I should do it every day okay thats good to know thought it was evey three days yuk. I need more alcohol tho because there was only a little bottle. Also ordered some other natural stuff to help out as well. Just in case the alcohol does not do the trick all the way and to prevent it from ever happening again. I just wish I could pin point the sorce of where it came from

Baba Fats
09/15/12 09:56:47PM @baba-fats:

Leave's residue, tied to some cancer's, burns your hair. Plenty of nasty things

Get some rubbing alcohol. You can dilute it a bit. Then douse your hair and scalp in it. You don't have to drench your head. The fumes are enough to kill the live lice.

Once your heads covered in it. Wrap your head in plastic wrap. Leave it on for an hour or so. Do this every day for 3-4 days. Lice have a short lifespan. So even if the live ones a killed, there are still eggs. So you have to do it over and over kill the newborns. After a few days, you can be pretty sure you got all of them.

If you want, you can mix some essential oils in the alcohol to help cut the stink of rubbing alcohol. And try to stay in a well ventilated room

Shamra Lucky-Rose Chapman
09/15/12 09:51:39PM @shamra-lucky-rose-chapman:

Not today today I found Lice in my hair ugh most nasty stuff ever taking care of it now. I am also curious to why it would be bad for me to go to walmart or what and get the over the counter lice stuff.....what would it do to my dreads?

Baba Fats
09/15/12 09:47:10PM @baba-fats:

Don't worry. Locks are the least stressful hair style. You pretty much get up and go. No need to do anything

Shamra Lucky-Rose Chapman
09/15/12 09:40:17PM @shamra-lucky-rose-chapman:

I have never rubbed the hair with a towel lol even when you have naturally curly hair its just something you dont do to it :D I am a pat dryer. Thanks so much for all the help today has been a very stressful day for me and my dreads.

Baba Fats
09/15/12 09:36:02PM @baba-fats:

Best to let it air dry as much as possible. Don't rub the hair with a towel. You can gently pat them to stop excess dripping, but just dry out in the sun when it's warm, and air dry in winter. YOu can hit them with a blow dryer for a minute or 2 just to get it started

Shamra Lucky-Rose Chapman
09/15/12 09:17:03PM @shamra-lucky-rose-chapman:

Ya its only been a few times with normal shampoo he is not one for actually being washed just wet and scrubbed lol. Is there a certin way I should be drying his hair. He is not very far along I would say a month he would be longer but a grandparent decided to brush his hair out one day.

Baba Fats
09/15/12 08:29:10PM @baba-fats:

How many times did you use the regular soap since he started? How far along is he? Regular soap leave residue. If you used it a bunch of times, you may want to think about using a clarifying shampoo once to clear that up. If you only used it once or twice, you should be fine

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