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FemalePheromones
@femalepheromones
08/14/18 02:05:23AM
222 posts

dreaducation, comprehensive guide to all things dready


Dreading Methods

Stop conditioning. Use dreadlock shampoo only a couple of times a week and separate when too much hair gets stuck together.

That's it.

The only thing you need to spend money on is a bottle of shampoo.

FemalePheromones
@femalepheromones
08/02/18 01:44:35AM
222 posts

Section Sizes and Size of Dreads.


General Talk

To be honest you won't have to "re-dread" you just said it yourself your hair wants to dread s9 once you comb them out stop using conditioner and start using dreadlock shamppp 2-3 times a week and your hair will be dreading itself in no time at all.

Also have a look around at pictures of people with dreadlocks and you will see very quickly that yours don't look normal.
FemalePheromones
@femalepheromones
08/01/18 02:12:01AM
222 posts

need help wet towel smell


Dread Maintenance

I was waiting until payday at the end of the month to order some shampoo but ended up getting fucked over with something and now haven't got the spare cash so it will have to wait until the end of August.

FemalePheromones
@femalepheromones
07/31/18 11:12:23AM
222 posts

Section Sizes and Size of Dreads.


General Talk

The reason they are so thin is because the crochet hook pulls the hair in so tightly together. It shouldn't be like that. As for the thickness as the hair dreads it doesn't go straight out from your scalp as it does now it will wrap around itself and back on itself and in every direction you can think of, that's what makes them thicker. The standard thing seems to be that they will be as thick as the sections are at the roots. In your case you will end up with some massive heavy dreads.

As for not wanting to comb them that's really up to you. I'm just giving you all the information I can and making recommendations but you shouldn't feel obligated ot follow them if you don't want to. When you say split the dreads I'm n ot really sure what you mean. Do you mean using a pair of scissors and cutting down the middle from tip to scalp? That won't work for a couple of reasons. Firstly because of what I said before about how the hair wraps around in all different directions by cutting down the length of the dread you will actually be cutting off of the length of the individual hairs which may then fall out and rather than being left with 2 dreads you will be left with 2 halves of one dread that will be very thin and frizzy.

FemalePheromones
@femalepheromones
07/29/18 03:38:08AM
222 posts

Section Sizes and Size of Dreads.


General Talk

Check out the first post of my original timeline thread so you can see the progress from combing them out.

https://www.dreadlockssite.com/dreadlocks-forums/forum/my_posts/115651/females-timeline

Then after 5 months of neglect I used the sectons that had naturally started to form to Twist and Rip and started a new timeline.

https://www.dreadlockssite.com/dreadlocks-forums/forum/my_posts/116675/twist-rip-timeline

Now 6 months after combing them out I am much more happy with my hair now than I had been in a long time.

If you decide to not comb yours out for whatever reason then I urge you to come back here in 6 months time and see what could have been while you are still dealing with stiff dreads and massive sections. I know 6 months seems like a long time off but I am so glad that I did what I did.

Honestly I wish I had someone that had been through it giving me the information I'm giving you back then.

Also, thanks to Bazooka because seeing her pics on her timeline made me realise how good Twist and Rip dreads can look and is what convinced me to do it after 5 months.

https://www.dreadlockssite.com/dreadlocks-forums/forum/my_posts/116588/2-months

FemalePheromones
@femalepheromones
07/29/18 02:38:01AM
222 posts

Section Sizes and Size of Dreads.


General Talk

Like I say I went through the same thing except my sections were nowhere near as big.

You could just leave them alone and as the new hair grows at the roots it will dread by itself but you will always have those thin hard bits at the end unless you cut them off when the hair gets long enough but even then you will have natural dreads but they will be massive because of how big the sections are.

What I'd recommend is to condition them every couple of days for 3-4 weeks then comb them out with a flea comb.

This is what I used https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B001MZWTBU?psc=1&ref=yo_pop_mb_yo_pop_mb_pd_t2

In all it took about 2 weeks to comb them out doing a couple every day. The only problem is my hair thinned out a bit but it's because of all the hairs the crochet hook had broken which were actually no longer attached to anything but were only held in place because the dreads were so tight.
FemalePheromones
@femalepheromones
07/28/18 03:19:26PM
222 posts

Section Sizes and Size of Dreads.


General Talk

You're not going to like this but you have wasted your money.

The sections are way too big and it looks like the dreads were done with a crochet hook so they are way too tight (hence how thin they are) and by using the crochet hook a lot of your hairs will have been broken and each dread will actually be full of tiny hairs that have been broken off.

Best to wait for Soaring to next come online and he will give you some links to problems with crocheted dreads and what you can do about it but take it from someone that went through the same thing. I ended up combing them all out and was so much happier. I would definitely think about combing yours out.

Whatever you do definitely don't cut them off though. It will take forever to grow your hair back to that length
FemalePheromones
@femalepheromones
07/28/18 03:50:30AM
222 posts

becoming Vegetarian


Dreads and Diets

Personally I'd skip Vegetarian and go straight for vegan. Giving up meat is the harder part going vegan from that should be pretty easy.

What I'd do is plan to go vegan for a whole week. Plan it a week in advance and get your shopping in for all your meals you want to eat in that week and then try and be as strict as you can during that week.

If you can do a week vegan you can do th rest of your life.

When I went vegan I went out and bought soya milk to replace cow's milk and I used to have tuna sandwiches for lunch every day and now I have either humous with salad or I make a nice mashed chickpea salad for sandwiches.

There are plenty of dairy free substitutes for cheeses and ice creams so you won't miss out on them completely and there are quite a few companies now that do really good plant based meat substitutes. For instance I still eat burgers and sausages and they taste just as good but they are meat free!
FemalePheromones
@femalepheromones
07/28/18 03:43:54AM
222 posts

moveing


Alternative Lifestyles and Subcultures

Anywhere in Europe apart from the UK.
FemalePheromones
@femalepheromones
07/28/18 03:42:02AM
222 posts

Vitamins & Antioxidants


Dreads and Diets

Just want to say that although everything Soaring said is true I would avoid Cowspiracy because pretty much as soon as it was released experts came out saying that a lot of the numbers they used in it are incorrect and they made it seem much worse than it is.
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