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soulshiiine
@soulshiiine
02/06/13 01:27:30AM
4 posts

washing natural dreads


Introduce Yourself

i was very pleased with how my hair was finally beginning to knot and separate after a week. however, i washed it for the second time tonight and now it seems as if almost all the progress was lost.

i used Andalou naturals soap (paraben/sulfate/basically everything free) and just gently massaged my scalp with flat palms.. then rinsed. i just let it air dry and now its no where close to the stage it was before i washed it. any advice?


updated by @soulshiiine: 01/13/15 09:45:48PM
soulshiiine
@soulshiiine
02/04/13 09:02:34PM
4 posts

Neglect Tips/Tricks?


Introduce Yourself

Helllo all!

i began my natural journey a week ago.. and i have been wearing it up in a messy bun about half the time and it seems like that has been helping them separate and start to knot a little. are there any tips or suggestions on ways to wear your hair that helps the progression at all? for example... if its better to just keep it down all the time


updated by @soulshiiine: 01/13/15 09:45:43PM
soulshiiine
@soulshiiine
01/30/13 04:25:10PM
4 posts

motivation for my dread journey!


General Talk

I have been using "Andalou" natural shampoo which is sulfate and paraben free. I started sleeping with a wool sweater on my pillow and have totally stopped using the brush. (not that i did much before.. haha) but the only thing i'm struggling with is keeping my fingers out of my hair!

soulshiiine
@soulshiiine
01/29/13 02:10:23AM
4 posts

motivation for my dread journey!


General Talk

So, long story short, i've been wanting to dread my whole head for about a year and half. I've had 1-3 dreads in my hair for the most part during that time period (twist and rip). i've been planning on getting a friend to twist and rip all of my hair, but now i am leaning way more towards the natural method. I do have a more relaxed job and will be going to college next year so the timing seems pretty decent. i have fairly thick hair but its pretty straight with a little bit of wave. it tends to get oily pretty quickly if i don't wash my hair for about 3 days. i have been using all natural shampoo for about 2 years. so basically all i need to know is how to START. and when i do wash my hair, is there anything in particular i should or shouldn't do? thanks for your help!

happy dreading ~

grace




updated by @soulshiiine: 01/13/15 09:45:06PM
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