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SpookeDread
@spookedread
10/16/18 09:21:40AM
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zak'n'dreads


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hey man it ain't that simple, i'm still in college with no scholarship so as long as i'm getting their financial help i'm willing to be patient. It's just a matter of time now so it s all good. Though i reckon that it was extremely infuriating to have my 2.5 years old dreadlocks cut out of nowhere. I'm already growing it back, dreadlocks are all about patience i believe.

SpookeDread
@spookedread
10/15/18 05:03:20AM
27 posts

zak'n'dreads


Member Journals and Timelines

Abrupt end of journey

Last summer, went back to Morocco.
Plane landed on July 8, Sunday afternoon. 
Monday, my parents asked me to cut dreads. I refused.
Tuesday, I was to either cut them or get out of the house for good. I chose to cut them.

That's what I get for being born muslim i guess. Then again, I'll be restarting some time in the future, though it might have to wait for a couple years. It was nice to have dreadlocks, I appreciate the help this community provides. I wish you all the best.

I'll be Bach. 


updated by @spookedread: 10/15/18 05:04:40AM
SpookeDread
@spookedread
01/25/18 08:34:50AM
27 posts

About using oils on your dreads


Dread Maintenance

yeah i did same with water but it s not effective, i d spray water mixed with a few drops beforehand but i'd feel that my hair is still easy to break and hard to separate. it s cuz of my afro textured hair, it doesn't get wet unless you pour a lot of / sink it in water. i ll check on dollylocks to see what they got

SpookeDread
@spookedread
01/24/18 05:59:35PM
27 posts

About using oils on your dreads


Dread Maintenance

sounds good, though i don't think i ll need a full gallon. seems better to that during summer when it s nice and warm, ty SE

SpookeDread
@spookedread
01/24/18 10:19:56AM
27 posts

About using oils on your dreads


Dread Maintenance

good idea, i got a spray but i only mixed with water, i don't think it s as effective. should ve known oils can be sprayed ty for the advice. 

SpookeDread
@spookedread
01/24/18 08:20:20AM
27 posts

About using oils on your dreads


Dread Maintenance

My hair gets too dry and i don't think it helps in the process. i thought i'd get a carrying oil and put in some drops of essential oils, then apply it carefully on my dreadlocks. So does it have to be done everyday or is it fine to just do it once in between 2 showers? 


updated by @spookedread: 02/06/18 07:30:00AM
SpookeDread
@spookedread
12/22/17 04:17:35AM
27 posts



What? 20min? How do you do it? last time it took me almost a whole Saturday to separate X) 

do you separate after every shower? I only do it once in a while maybe that's why. i just feel like separating too much slows down the process

correct me if i'm wrong cuz your locks look mighty fine in your 9 months pics!

SpookeDread
@spookedread
12/04/17 03:49:30PM
27 posts

Question On Congo Separation


Dread Maintenance

I did the same lol, i ve got quite a few that are quite thick. i'll try to do that too thanks for the post


updated by @spookedread: 12/04/17 03:49:47PM
SpookeDread
@spookedread
08/17/17 08:27:39AM
27 posts

Question about washing method


General Questions

Hey i got the same "problem" :) 
residue at the roots and sticky layer at the scalp. From europe too. Read through forum posts here a bit and got me a Faith in Nature shampoo from UK. doing the work for me. 

SpookeDread
@spookedread
06/07/17 11:36:00AM
27 posts

zak'n'dreads


Member Journals and Timelines

still with the shampoo base+drops of tea tree+drops of rosemary. i recently bought a bottle of faith in nature on amazon as i read here on the website that people from the eu use it often. forgot it in paris though :s


updated by @spookedread: 06/07/17 11:37:04AM
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