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if you used a dreadkit before would you ever use a dread kit again?

dani2
@dani2
8 years ago
51 posts
is he not showing us to the left on the end of the street is the best dreadsshop to make dreads like this )))) lol ((((once i also asked one for advise for my dreads on a festival, and he said to me too, when you want to have dreads like me, lol, ( he had also such beautiful ones) and so i bought shampoo and some oil for the dreads to keep mine healty, (lol he should have warned me to through away my croching needle first) must say the products where the best what i have bought so far, ( but yes very expensive, must admit) but stil i know and i told him too, in no way, you get big and long dreads with thin hairit will always be the pence how your hair is, make how your dreads will look like on the endi will not set any dreads on a backcombing way, or help to croch the dreads, will always advise the natural way, yes love the soda too, hope at least i use now the right one, haha, and to everyone i know i show them this sidesoaringeagle said:
love it :)

include this picture with a caption like "dreadkit? what the hecks a dreadkit?
or "my dreadkit contains transendential bliss with a sprinkle of enlightenment"
or "the best dreadkits don't come in a box, but from living outside the box"

Izzy-licious said:
I would create my own.. It would consisit of:

A simple card with a beautiful inspirational quote

Maybe a pretty dread bead..
the Recipe for SE's Baking soda shampoo and the alternative oils you can use
and...
the web address to this site telling them to come talk to others and learn about the different methods recommended by people have tried them and succeeded or failed and what they learned and a wonderful support group for your new dreadie journey

then send it to them for free! More than you would need!

updated by @dani2: 07/22/15 07:17:51AM
Jake
@jake
8 years ago
10 posts
No way. I was uninformed and thought products were the only way to get dreads. Naturals the way to go and you're hair forms how it wants. Beautiful dreads take time not manipulation and abuse.
Remiss
@remiss
8 years ago
40 posts
Dude I was just going to write something like that !So no I would never ever recomend someone to buy a kit. I just don't know why they are still selling that crap. wow so amazing i'll got dread tomorrow no you will not and it could be a disaster!Don't buy a kit please. Just let your hair do what they want you will probably be more satisfied...Jake Picard said:
No way. I was uninformed and thought products were the only way to get dreads. Naturals the way to go and you're hair forms how it wants. Beautiful dreads take time not manipulation and abuse.
Courtney J
@courtney-j
8 years ago
100 posts
I sorta made my own. Sea salt in a spray bottle, Rubberbands, Metal combs that were like $1 each on amazon, And lock peppa. The lock peppa did make my hair knot up faster at first. I used it to root rub once and I'm not going to lie, That dread is my favorite. It is the tightest one. I've been doing a lot of experimenting and I'm not at all dissapointed with any of them. :D
Daniel
@daniel
8 years ago
118 posts
i used lock peppa too, but only on the tips and only for about a weekworked really well at knotting up the tips temporarily but when i took a shower the knots would come outCourtney J said:
I sorta made my own. Sea salt in a spray bottle, Rubberbands, Metal combs that were like $1 each on amazon, And lock peppa. The lock peppa did make my hair knot up faster at first. I used it to root rub once and I'm not going to lie, That dread is my favorite. It is the tightest one. I've been doing a lot of experimenting and I'm not at all dissapointed with any of them. :D
Courtney J
@courtney-j
8 years ago
100 posts
Yeah mine would loosen some too. I think it was more of a consistancy thing. I just kept them up and they started staying better.Daniel said:
i used lock peppa too, but only on the tips and only for about a week

worked really well at knotting up the tips temporarily but when i took a shower the knots would come out

Courtney J said:
I sorta made my own. Sea salt in a spray bottle, Rubberbands, Metal combs that were like $1 each on amazon, And lock peppa. The lock peppa did make my hair knot up faster at first. I used it to root rub once and I'm not going to lie, That dread is my favorite. It is the tightest one. I've been doing a lot of experimenting and I'm not at all dissapointed with any of them. :D
Natalya Mashevsky
@natalya-mashevsky
8 years ago
5 posts
I wouldn't say kits are a disaster, just a complete waste of money. It's clear you don't need one, especially so overpriced. I used everything in the kit but besides the wax mistake they did eventually begin to lock up quite well. If I were starting with a new head =P I'd use a metal comb, sea salt, and rubber bands. (Shampoo didn't hurt either, but its unnecessary). Rubber bands definitely helped dreads to lock up, as did anything else I put in my hair that helped it to tangle (like cloth or hairties).Remiss said:
Dude I was just going to write something like that !

So no I would never ever recomend someone to buy a kit. I just don't know why they are still selling that crap. wow so amazing i'll got dread tomorrow no you will not and it could be a disaster!

Don't buy a kit please. Just let your hair do what they want you will probably be more satisfied...


Jake Picard said:
No way. I was uninformed and thought products were the only way to get dreads. Naturals the way to go and you're hair forms how it wants. Beautiful dreads take time not manipulation and abuse.
Crazy Amanda
@crazy-amanda
8 years ago
26 posts
NEVERRR!.. waste of the little bit of money i have =[
Kundalini Rise
@kundalini-rise
7 years ago
67 posts
No. Go natural.
 
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