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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
03/22/14 08:10:13PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome if your going to dread again read the dreaducation page 1st


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
03/29/14 10:59:53AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but palm rollings never needed cause it reallu doesnt do anything at all


darkstar
03/27/14 04:57:37PM @darkstar:

It may seem like a broken record, but don't do anything. They need to be loose, and untangle for the first 6 - 12 months. That's normal. If it doesn't happen, they won't form in a healthy way. Most people only see them be that loose for 4-8 months, though. Some longer. It took me a full year to see any changes at all, and other see mature locks form in weeks. But the key is to not mess with them.

Dreadlockshampoo.com sells a great gel designed to wash out in plain water. It works really well. But they will still be looser than you may have anticipated for a few months


darkstar
03/27/14 01:20:14PM @darkstar:

Welcome. But don't palm roll at all. Especially if you have thin/fine hair. It does nothing good for locks. In fact, it will only serve to destroy them in the long run. I palm rolled for just 2 weeks, int he very beginning, and 8 years later, I am still trying to fix the damage
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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
03/29/14 10:59:53AM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but palm rollings never needed cause it reallu doesnt do anything at all


darkstar
03/27/14 04:57:37PM @darkstar:

It may seem like a broken record, but don't do anything. They need to be loose, and untangle for the first 6 - 12 months. That's normal. If it doesn't happen, they won't form in a healthy way. Most people only see them be that loose for 4-8 months, though. Some longer. It took me a full year to see any changes at all, and other see mature locks form in weeks. But the key is to not mess with them.

Dreadlockshampoo.com sells a great gel designed to wash out in plain water. It works really well. But they will still be looser than you may have anticipated for a few months


darkstar
03/27/14 01:20:14PM @darkstar:

Welcome. But don't palm roll at all. Especially if you have thin/fine hair. It does nothing good for locks. In fact, it will only serve to destroy them in the long run. I palm rolled for just 2 weeks, int he very beginning, and 8 years later, I am still trying to fix the damage
Find more videos like this on dreadlocks forums


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