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@space-monster
04/05/18 11:36:52AM
7 posts

Gap between hair


General Questions

Hi! I’m not an expert, but I watched several videos showing people using this method and all of them had such gaps so I guess it’s something typical. I’m pretty sure that if you stop using sponge these gaps will disappear. Good luck and happy dreading :)
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@space-monster
03/16/18 01:23:26PM
7 posts

My natural timeline


Member Journals and Timelines

Wow only four months and you already have dreads! Lucky you :) they look awesome!
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@space-monster
03/16/18 12:35:44PM
7 posts

5 years freeform dreadlocks


Member Journals and Timelines

Yeah, I miss them sometimes
But at least there is always some new hair growing, so I still have some loops from time to time)
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@space-monster
03/15/18 02:03:35PM
7 posts

5 years freeform dreadlocks


Member Journals and Timelines

oops, it seems I have some problems with photos placement :/ that's strange, it was ok on the preview 

upd: nevermind, I've fixed it :)


updated by @space-monster: 03/15/18 02:19:21PM
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@space-monster
03/15/18 01:55:44PM
7 posts

5 years freeform dreadlocks


Member Journals and Timelines

Hello, friends! First of all I would like to thank SE and all the members of this site for creating such a wonderful community and being so helpful :) I’m really happy I stumbled across this site 5 years ago and learned that you don’t have to make dreads, you can just let them grow. The very day I found that out I threw away my comb and have been happy with my hair ever since :) 

So I think I owe you guys a timeline. It took quite some time for my hair to dread, but I enjoyed the journey anyway and I wouldn’t change anything about it if I could.

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one week

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5 months and the coolest baby dread I've ever had :)

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10 months

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My dreads marked their first anniversary by making a nest on my head. It might sound strange, but sometimes I miss that crazy and funny stage.

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1 year 2 months

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1 year 7 months

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1 year 9 months. This is when they started resembling mature dreadlocks, I was really excited.

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2 years and some of my favourite dreads at that time

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2.5 years

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3 years. I still had (and, well, still have) some undreaded hair but I didn't mind waiting - it's really cool to see how your straight hair becomes dreadlocks on its own, as if it was alive. 

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4 years. I cut them a bit shorter because.. well, I don't know why. I just did it. But it gave me a chance to make sure they were absolutely clean inside, which made me quite satisfied :)

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And here we are at almost 5 years. I'm really happy with them and I can't even tell you how glad I am that I found this site before asking someone to crochet them for me - I used to think that was the only way to get dreads.
Thanks again for spreading the truth and sorry for mistakes, if any :)


updated by @space-monster: 03/21/18 11:09:10AM
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@space-monster
11/03/15 03:53:12AM
7 posts

Need urgent help about shampoo


Dread Products

I'm not sure if you have these in your country but maybe you could try using soapnuts? I haven't tried them myself but I've heard they're pretty good and they're not that expensive (at least in my country)

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