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Location: Mountain Home, AR
youre freakin adorable
thats awesomeee mannn :p i would have done the same thing.
they'll look pretty sick mannn, good thing you started off with short hair. because it sad losing length :/
love your dreads
you asked if my dreads were all natural and actually in the beginning i used a small amount of wax to keep them from eating eachother and i also used a little shea butter dread lotion moisturizer from the ethnic section of sallys cuz they used to get really dried out and what not. but i havent used anything in them but dread soap for about a good 3 years id say. ive had them for about 4 so i think thats pretty good and luckily i havent seen any mold or breakage so im good
Thats too bad, but they will be grown back in before you know it!It's quite interesting to watch how unique each individual one can be
helps with any irritation and loosens buildup :]
To be quite honest, I forget about my locks. I wash them once ever month or so with baking soda and water, rinse with vinegar OCCASIONALLY, and always add tea tree oil after towel drying a little. When I'm nervous I twirl some of them, but for the most part they do it all on their own. It's wonderful what hair can do by itself!
whhhhahT!!!! thats soooo fuggin sick!!! your soooo lucky hahahah
Haven't been on here a while, looks like you already did your hair! AWESOME! if you want to ask anymore questions about upkeep etc. let me know! i'm only in my 2nd month! newbies got to stick together!
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