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Jennahfly Soulflower
@jennahfly-soulflower
07/19/13 10:51:53PM
10 posts

Baking soda acv wash makes hair itchy and oily?


General Questions

Wet hair first. I use about 1/3 cup BS in a Gallon of water with about 20 drops tea tree oil. Pour though hair/dreads front and back. Let set for 10-30 min. 1/3 cup ACV in a gallon of water. I leave this in. I use cool water for all of it. This cuts down on dry/itchy scalp.

Jennahfly Soulflower
@jennahfly-soulflower
01/02/13 01:49:26AM
10 posts

Chasing a bit of advice! :)


Introduce Yourself

Sleep with it down and leave it down when you are off work. Separate the clumps.

Jennahfly Soulflower
@jennahfly-soulflower
10/16/12 12:54:25AM
10 posts

beautiful inspirational dreadlock pictures


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Sweet, said:

Went 2 have a look at addresses given & said "no such page anymore?"

Sweet, said:

Why on earth haven't I seen these pages before - I'm in heaven!!

Jennahfly Soulflower said:

Ty :D

Valrie said:

Very loverly!

Jennahfly Soulflower said:

Jennahfly Soulflower
@jennahfly-soulflower
06/01/12 01:48:49AM
10 posts

beautiful inspirational dreadlock pictures


Dreadlock Picture Gallery

Ty :D

Valrie said:

Very loverly!

Jennahfly Soulflower said:


updated by @jennahfly-soulflower: 02/14/15 11:21:03AM
Jennahfly Soulflower
@jennahfly-soulflower
05/25/12 10:23:40AM
10 posts

please help...i am freaking out


Introduce Yourself

I agree. A lot of hair in older dreadlocks isn't attached anymore anyway. I would suggest trying to be gentle with them.

Jennahfly Soulflower
@jennahfly-soulflower
05/25/12 10:18:43AM
10 posts

please help...damage from backcombing


Help! Save My Dreads

Idk about the fine-tooth comb. I started my dreads with backcombing. They are almost three years old now. I would have loved to let them go neglect, but with hair down past my butt, and a small child, I felt I needed to get them started. I am very sorry to hear of your loss. I hope I was helpful in some way. <3

Jennahfly Soulflower
@jennahfly-soulflower
05/22/12 12:16:35PM
10 posts

Some one reassure me please :)


Help! Save My Dreads

How do you towel dry(do you rub or squeeze)? Blow drying may be, a bit rough on them. SE probably knows more about that. I squeeze(without ringing it out), and shake it out a bit until it stops dripping. Then I use a towel to wrap it up for a bit. Then air dry, making sure to try not to put them up or wrap them in a way they won't get enough air to dry properly. IDK about cutting, sorry...hope I was helpful :) <3

Jennahfly Soulflower
@jennahfly-soulflower
05/21/12 01:15:24AM
10 posts

Some one reassure me please :)


Help! Save My Dreads

I have used a tad bit of olive oil in my wash. I didn't really like it. Too oily. Just wash some more, is what I say about getting the oil out. How are you drying them?

ashley walker said:

that is true, but from now on ill probably separate more and handle them delicately. have you used olive oil? and if so is there a way to make it come out of your hair faster because i have a lot of loose hair still and it just looks and feels greasy, i already washed and dried.

Jennahfly Soulflower
@jennahfly-soulflower
05/21/12 12:05:06AM
10 posts

Some one reassure me please :)


Help! Save My Dreads

I usually just pull mine apart. I think I expect some may weaken to the point where they fall out, but I feel it is a part of the natural way of it. I wanted to let mine free-form from the start, but I was starting with really long hair so I backcombed to get them formed a bit. I think this may cause them to be less structurally sound.(Fat at the end and smaller toward the root.) Which may contribute to dread loss. In the end, time and patients are the great equalizer.

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