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12/12/12 08:06:09AM
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Dread Beards


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Thanks SE, I'm in the process of finding some dreadsoap. The tnr hashungin real good on two the other three are a cats breakfast, but they still kind of have form. anyway i'll just let nature take it's course.

Thanks for the wisdom

soaring eagle said:

im surprised beards wiould take to tnr mines so course only natural dreading works and being in the water akot is actualy ideal but u should shampoo it with a natural dread soap

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@rags
12/11/12 07:11:49AM
2 posts

Dread Beards


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Hello everyone.
I have/had a gote @ around 10" long. I live in the tropics & at this time of the year (wet season) my beard goes pretty crazy pointing in all directions. i don't really give a flying f&*K about the athsetics of the creature, but I am in metal fabrication (welding & hot shit eveywhwere) so it becomes a fire hazard to me. I love dreads; so it's dreads over a shvae any day my ass points south.
Because the hairs were such little individuals I gave them a little twist & rip action to get the dread thing started.
I have five cool little baby dreads @ around 7" long.
They are working loose but they are still there.
I spend a lot of my spare time around water, either ocean or fresh, Kite surfing, diving, kayaking & swimming (it's my meditation.) I know this is not ideal dread making conditions.
I do not shampoo my beard, just natural soap when I remember.
I have looked at the posts on the site over the last couple of days but can't find anyting specific to beards
This is not a plea for help, I figure what happens, happens, but if anyone has any advice specific to chin wiskers, I would love to hear it.
Thanks
I love you all for doing what you want not what is expected

Rags


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