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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
8 years ago
28,587 posts
well you should go natural so u dont need any help just let the dreads dread

27 years growing dreadlocks the natural way
My dreads are over 9 feet long

also on the board of, and a student glider pilot with freedoms wings international

updated by @soaring-eagle: 07/23/15 06:34:47PM
JESSICA EVA (Eva Lovelocks)
8 years ago
217 posts
based on the length of your hair in your avi, i would suggest that you go all natural. since your hair is on the shorter side tnr and backcombing might just be a waste of time anyway! so just sit back and watch the magic happen.
8 years ago
81 posts
Welcome and I thank you for your service! You really don't need anyone to help you if you just go natural. Go swim in the ocean and stop combing and conditioning and everything will happen on it's own :)
jay moncibaiz
8 years ago
4 posts
i've decided to just do it naturally. thanks for all the help and advice and i can't wait for the results.soaringeagle said:
well you should go natural so u dont need any help just let the dreads dread
8 years ago
569 posts
Go natural.
Jack Roth
8 years ago
298 posts
High fivericky williams said:
backcomb high five but yeah natural or twist and rip is a smoothie better haha welcome to true destination for dread advice :D

Jack Roth said:
yeah but i love how back combed dreads turn out and plus thats how mine were done and i love my dreads!
Island Mamma
8 years ago
530 posts
Hi Jay, welcome to the site and congrats on starting your journey :)
Rodrigo Leão
8 years ago
39 posts
Welcome Jay. My hair is short either. And i decided to dread the natural way too.Good luck in your journey.
neil coe
8 years ago
361 posts
ha ha thats the best way so im glad thats the path you are taking....... good luck post lots of pics
Jake Holland
8 years ago
203 posts
Welcome! I am with most of the other posters here, either natural or TnR. Good luck!
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