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Shannon aka dorkpixie

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Gave up on my quote below...I have stopped caring what people think, if I'm meeting a doctor; I wear a hat. It's been 6 months now :)

"Ok; 4th try here. They're coming in nice; however, I have to cheat a little...I am in the process of meeting new doctors and people can be judgemental; so I have been keeping my locks hidden in pony tail and/or bun...at home and in normal life...free!!"

I simply wash my hair often; use tea trea for itchy scalp and flakes, do not comb and rip apart dreads as they're forming when they knot together.

I will upload a new image as soon as I have one :)

Great to be back!! ~Namaste

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Shannon aka dorkpixie
 
@shannon-aka-dorkpixie • last year
@shannon-aka-dorkpixie is now following @aylissa
Shannon aka dorkpixie
 
@shannon-aka-dorkpixie • last year
@shannon-aka-dorkpixie is now following @garism
Shannon aka dorkpixie
 
@shannon-aka-dorkpixie • last year • comments: 0
Posted a response to "finally-took-the-plunge":
"narwhalplur: garism:Hey welcome to the beautiful journey! There will be a lot of changes through it but as long as we are happy and focus on what we want,..."
Shannon aka dorkpixie
 
@shannon-aka-dorkpixie • last year • comments: 0
Posted a response to "finally-took-the-plunge":
"Wool is perfect!! From what I've been reading on this site; wool can help your dreads to form My hair has been dead for yrs due to coloring, perms,..."
Shannon aka dorkpixie
 
@shannon-aka-dorkpixie • last year • comments: 0
Posted a response to "finally-took-the-plunge":
"Judge YOU** about it."
Shannon aka dorkpixie
 
@shannon-aka-dorkpixie • last year • comments: 0
Posted a response to "finally-took-the-plunge":
"Just wanted to say Hi and wish you well on your journey My main piece of advice; it will look messy for a while; I wear a hat if I feel I'm going to be in..."
Shannon aka dorkpixie
 
Shannon aka dorkpixie
 
@shannon-aka-dorkpixie • last year • comments: 0
Posted a response to "need-help-just-starting":
"You're doing well I wash maybe two times a week. Seems to be good. I use a shampoo from Trader Joes and/or Doctor Bronner's both w/added tea tree oil; so..."
Shannon aka dorkpixie
 
@shannon-aka-dorkpixie • last year • comments: 0
Posted a response to "starting-my-locks-journey":
"Your dreads are going to be beautiful and are already well sectioned. I obsessed for 3 months about having someone braid my hair to make sure my hair was..."
Shannon aka dorkpixie
 
@shannon-aka-dorkpixie • last year • comments: 0
Posted a response to "hi-i-am-returning":
"About 6 months now (figured out it was sometime round the end of middle of May... Get to fly free for the most part as I can wear hats to new doctors and..."

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Kelly3
11/26/12 08:03:05AM @kelly3:

It takes, on average, a year to form mature locks. Some longer, some shorter. A bit more time and they would have looked great. Oh well... Now you can learn from this site. Knowledge is power :)


Baba Fats
11/26/12 07:06:45AM @baba-fats:

Welcome


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
11/26/12 12:44:13AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome


Kelly3
11/25/12 10:54:43PM @kelly3:

How long did you have your neglect dreads for last time? It takes a good while to form matured locks that most are expecting. Other than that, welcome! :)


Tony2
12/12/12 08:26:20AM @tony2:

Welcome to DLS, and SE is right natural or tnr is way more healthier to use than backcomb. I started mine with underneath hair with tnr and letting the rest go natural. Happy dreading.


darkstar
12/12/12 07:40:44AM @darkstar:

Welcome. Eagle's right. If you are looking for a starter method, TnR is healthier than back combing. People have had great results with back combing, but it does more damage, and it's easier to mess up your sections and end up with sections that pull funny and hurt your scalp


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/11/12 11:30:36PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome neglect aka natural or freform is best overall no mattyer the hair type tnr is bertter then backcomb


Tony2
12/12/12 08:26:20AM @tony2:

Welcome to DLS, and SE is right natural or tnr is way more healthier to use than backcomb. I started mine with underneath hair with tnr and letting the rest go natural. Happy dreading.


darkstar
12/12/12 07:40:44AM @darkstar:

Welcome. Eagle's right. If you are looking for a starter method, TnR is healthier than back combing. People have had great results with back combing, but it does more damage, and it's easier to mess up your sections and end up with sections that pull funny and hurt your scalp


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/11/12 11:30:36PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome neglect aka natural or freform is best overall no mattyer the hair type tnr is bertter then backcomb


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