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interrstella
@interrstella
02/19/15 03:10:16PM
41 posts

a little over a year of rainbows and dreads


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I did nothing showed up 


updated by @interrstella: 07/22/15 03:32:54PM
interrstella
@interrstella
02/19/15 02:35:28PM
41 posts

a little over a year of rainbows and dreads


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Alot of that went over my head. Also, im using the mobile if that makes a difference 

interrstella
@interrstella
02/19/15 01:35:03PM
41 posts

a little over a year of rainbows and dreads


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interrstella
@interrstella
02/19/15 01:27:15PM
41 posts

a little over a year of rainbows and dreads


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Started January 23, 2014 with light twist and rip. Maintained only by washing and separating.
interrstella
@interrstella
09/21/14 06:02:51PM
41 posts

Perfect example of the ignorance associated with dreadlocks...


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Irritating. Last set I had I was told not to, because im a "white girl".I don't feel at any point a human has the right to tell another human how they should look.
interrstella
@interrstella
09/10/14 09:59:58AM
41 posts

How can I avoid dreads matting during washing?


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I had/have the same problem and I used some loose beads pushed up to the roots to help keep them separated. It's a pain when their loose because they constantly fall out but I don't recommend anything too tight be use I've had a bead that was too tight (more like it fit perfectly, but that doesnt give your dreads any room to grow)and all the loose hair around the dread it was on tried to eat eat it and when I took it out it took some knots with it.Also I just separate daily. Twice daily when I've had my hair up for work
interrstella
@interrstella
07/24/14 10:55:39AM
41 posts

uni-dreads


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Not to add fuel to the fire, but I agree with ms. Dowding.IF your TnR dreads don't end up falling out (although, most will) it's still how you decided to section them. This, to me makes them as unique as an all natural set. It's all up to how the person maintains them. I started with TnR and still have congos that form, as most natural sets would also. I have lose ends and blunted ends. I have sections that are a 1/4" all the way up to 1". I do agree that most people who start in any forced way be more likely to maintain more , how ever if that's how they feel most comfortable that's for them.
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