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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
08/17/12 02:17:50PM @soaring-eagle:

look in the groups and forums there are sakon dreads recocery stories that will shock you


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
08/17/12 02:12:32PM @soaring-eagle:

professionaly donre dreads are the complete oposire of the natural way

salons are a totakl disaster the natural way you just let themn dread salons use brute force cause extreme damage and usualy intentional;y screw up just to keep u coming back for more work


Baba Fats
08/17/12 02:06:19PM @baba-fats:

Welcome. But if you get them "done", you're giving up on the natural look. and you may be be paying to have someone mess them up. What kind of techniques do they use?


Leroy Jenkins
10/01/12 06:59:25PM @leroy-jenkins:

well when i did them the final time (kinda messed em up the first time) they were all different sizes, ranging from micro thin to about an inch wide section. now there's about 80 something of them cause of the congos and theyre all different sizes. some real fat with sections even between 1 and 2 inches, and some still micro thin and some medium. i love them. shouldnt be concerned about the size. if you're gonna start them by hand and not go natural (which is what i wish id done) then id say the only thing you should worry about is the sections being round.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
09/10/12 07:55:33PM @soaring-eagle:

nooo you never want to crochet dreads.,..ever you tnr once (or go natural even better) then wash and seperate and nothing else..at all the loose hairs will take care of themselves

if u crochet you only creating loose hairs by breaking hairs

.its extremely bad for dreads


Mia Chester
09/08/12 08:54:51PM @mia-chester:

Welcome


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
09/08/12 12:02:07AM @soaring-eagle:


darkstar
09/07/12 09:12:05PM @darkstar:

Welcome. Check out the dreaducation page and the timeline treads


Leroy Jenkins
10/01/12 06:59:25PM @leroy-jenkins:

well when i did them the final time (kinda messed em up the first time) they were all different sizes, ranging from micro thin to about an inch wide section. now there's about 80 something of them cause of the congos and theyre all different sizes. some real fat with sections even between 1 and 2 inches, and some still micro thin and some medium. i love them. shouldnt be concerned about the size. if you're gonna start them by hand and not go natural (which is what i wish id done) then id say the only thing you should worry about is the sections being round.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
09/10/12 07:55:33PM @soaring-eagle:

nooo you never want to crochet dreads.,..ever you tnr once (or go natural even better) then wash and seperate and nothing else..at all the loose hairs will take care of themselves

if u crochet you only creating loose hairs by breaking hairs

.its extremely bad for dreads


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