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Jose Kassai
@jose-kassai
03/05/14 08:07:07PM
38 posts

Separation - have i f##ed up?


Help! Save My Dreads

So a good section averages to 3/4?
Jose Kassai
@jose-kassai
03/05/14 07:16:43PM
38 posts

Separation - have i f##ed up?


Help! Save My Dreads

It was as long as a toothpick and i think 1/3 as wide
Jose Kassai
@jose-kassai
03/04/14 09:25:26PM
38 posts

Separation - have i f##ed up?


Help! Save My Dreads

My hair is thin and real fine, so believe it or not, that section was way too big and weird shaped. It was not dreaded save for like one or two inches next ti where it snapped, where it was almost dreadlike. It doesn't look quite so weird dry (that pcic was damp). I'll try to post a pic of my whole hair tomorrow. I just wanna know of this is some major damage or will it sort itself out with time
Jose Kassai
@jose-kassai
03/02/14 09:31:03PM
38 posts

Separation - have i f##ed up?


Help! Save My Dreads

So... I had this really weird and big long section on top of my head, it's like two of my regular sections fused together sideways. I've been dreading for two months now so it's still nothing close to dreads, so I thought I'd separate it. I managed to do it till about 2/3rds down the "lock" where it was too tight to come out, so i pulled and pulled and then... It broke! So now (SEE PICS) i'm left with a normal lock of hair that goes into a slightly thicker dready thingy. Is this bad or will it get better if I stop trying to separate any more?
updated by @jose-kassai: 01/13/15 10:02:25PM
Jose Kassai
@jose-kassai
02/27/14 08:30:05AM
38 posts

Long, thin sections?


General Questions

I kinda have the same issue now... There's these two rectangular sections on top of my head that are like two of my regular sections merged together... I'd separate them but my hair has now started knotting up, so it's super hard... Should I just let it be? I'm worried that I'll end up with two megadreads on top of my head
Jose Kassai
@jose-kassai
02/24/14 08:34:16PM
38 posts

MAD dandruff - Baking soda going wrong?


Introduce Yourself

I'm using the tea tree oil now. Is it a problem that it doesn't mix with the water (it's an oil after all)? Dandruff is receding, but my head feels mega scratchy after bath, and when I scratch it my finger smells like used socks. :(
Jose Kassai
@jose-kassai
02/07/14 03:37:11PM
38 posts

MAD dandruff - Baking soda going wrong?


Introduce Yourself

Thanks people! I'll try that once i find the oil.
Jose Kassai
@jose-kassai
02/05/14 03:10:48PM
38 posts

MAD dandruff - Baking soda going wrong?


Introduce Yourself

Can't afford that... I live in Brazil as a music student. Not exactly a rich dude.
updated by @jose-kassai: 07/23/15 05:23:30AM
Jose Kassai
@jose-kassai
02/05/14 02:03:08PM
38 posts

MAD dandruff - Baking soda going wrong?


Introduce Yourself

So, during today's BS wash I noticed the bs kind of becomes this very thin, almost foamy layer on my scalp, which I believe must be good. The thing is that my dandruff is now forming big flakes instead of sand, so the flakes slide down my hair and get locked in the few knots I have now at the start of my little natural journey... I don't wanna comb/mess up my hair trying to get them out, but I can't leave it there - it's freaking ENORMOUS! If you ever had a fish, you can think of them as those flakes people feed fish with. I'm using 1.6 spoon per cup of bs now
Jose Kassai
@jose-kassai
02/02/14 06:18:18PM
38 posts

Parting down the middle


General Questions

So... My hair kind of has always been parted down the middle, and now that i decide to start dreading, I'm worried about how will that affect my future dreads... Will my dreads be, like, permanently parted down the middle to the point where I can't hide it even in a ponytail? Or will it be OK? Will parting my hair to the sides now in the beginning help me prevent this?
updated by @jose-kassai: 01/13/15 10:01:46PM
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