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Jeremy3
@jeremy3
07/02/14 06:23:00PM
8 posts

ideas for taming massive dread clumps


General Questions

This is old news and all but I'm going through this exact same thing presently. How did any of you come through it??

Jeremy3
@jeremy3
02/28/14 11:57:27AM
8 posts

Props to dreadlockshampoo.com!!


Dread Products

Yeah, dragonsblood is where it's at. Ordered the tea tree/rosemary, but used the Dragons blood sample first because it smells so nice. It's 2 days later and I still get an occassionally wiff of it when I'm seperating or move just right!!

Big props to you too, SE for putting this site together!! I hope you can get everything worked out financially as losing this place would be detrimental to present and future dreadies everywhere.

Jeremy3
@jeremy3
02/28/14 11:20:06AM
8 posts

Props to dreadlockshampoo.com!!


Dread Products

I received my first order this week. Lockin up shampoo and the sea salt spray. At first I was hesitant about spending $35 on product, but now that I have it, I'm happy that I did.It's only been 5 weeks since I stopped brushing my hair and up until this week, the only washing had been with the BS/ACV method. This worked very well for drying out my hair, but my water is extremely hard so I could definitely feel some baking soda left behind. Just one time using the Lockin up shampoo got my hair extremely soft, clean and smelling awesome. The sea salt spray compliments this very well by drying the hair back out again and also leaves a pleasant smell.All of this ties in very well to the patience method as slowly but surely my hair is locking up. I'm thinking I will use the shampoo every 3rd wash or so and continue with BS/ACV the rest of the time.
updated by @jeremy3: 01/13/15 10:02:19PM
Jeremy3
@jeremy3
02/17/14 08:57:15AM
8 posts

New baby dreads 2 months old~


Introduce Yourself

Those are really nice for only 2 months along.
Jeremy3
@jeremy3
01/30/14 10:34:40PM
8 posts

Naturally curly to Naturally dready (UPDATED 3/21/14)


Member Journals and Timelines

I've always liked dreads and had been pondering starting them for months, probably even years. Been researching the heck out of it, letting my hair grow and making a plan. Backcombing seemed like the #1 way to go until I stumbled across Rachel KnattyDee's timeline. That, along with some comforting words from SE, set me off into the world of natural dreads. I started that very same day (or should I say stopped)?

Started with a BS/ACV wash and rinse, but after getting the Lockin' Up shampoo that is about all that I use. That stuff is great.

Day 1

Day 6

8 Weeks

Stay wooly, my friends!!


updated by @jeremy3: 02/05/15 10:12:49AM
Jeremy3
@jeremy3
01/25/14 07:56:14AM
8 posts

Thinning hair


General Questions

Thank you, brother. Exactly the answer I needed. No worries, mon. Wouldn't hurt me either to start taking some vitamins.

And also, thank you for putting this absolutely wonderful place together!!

Jeremy3
@jeremy3
01/24/14 11:23:38PM
8 posts

Thinning hair


General Questions

So I'll get this out there, but I'm getting to be an old fart. Along with this title comes such joys as shiny beacons of forehead for the world to see. I am, unfortunately, getting a late start in life on my dreads. I've been telling my family that I need to do it now while I still have hair left. Haha.Anyway, I don't want to come off as shallow or vane. I just want to utilize this resource to try to avoid mistakes I'll be stuck with. So, my question is if there is anything I should or shouldn't do with the thinning parts of my infant dreads? Am I going to end up looking like a unicorn?
updated by @jeremy3: 01/13/15 10:01:36PM
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