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Evolet
01/17/12 11:52:18PM @evolet:

i backcombed and then palm rolled each dread a bit then I just left them alone pretty much. these frizz got better every day.


Evolet
01/17/12 05:24:26PM @evolet:

I wash them whenever I feel like they need it. only about once a month and I use a vegan soap bar from Maylees garden :) I like the nag champa scented one.

for the frizz I think it was just time...they lock up by themselves...i spray some sea salt water on them once a month and palm roll when they are wet.

I also sleep with a wool tam on...

surrender to the journey sister :) enjoy!

namaste


Evolet
01/15/12 10:13:51AM @evolet:

namaste :)

I did backcomb them quite tight.. they were puffy and frizzy for sure but they tightend up real good...now they are super dreaded and tight in the first 5 inches at the roots and then they get a bit loose in lots of areas and I have lots of cool bumps and loops :)


Red-Dreads
01/12/12 03:27:48PM @red-dreads:

I agree completely with soaring eagle... put the hook away and be patient!


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
01/11/12 11:35:40PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but crochets an extremel,uy bad idea it breaks a hellof alot of hair and delays progress by 6 months


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
11/01/10 05:13:38PM @soaring-eagle:
welcome sister but if your rasta you should have gone natural aka neglectthe rastas dread according to an oath that requires the hair to dread on its own no comb should touch the hair

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
11/01/10 05:13:38PM @soaring-eagle:
welcome sister but if your rasta you should have gone natural aka neglectthe rastas dread according to an oath that requires the hair to dread on its own no comb should touch the hair

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