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FemalePheromones
@femalepheromones
04/24/18 05:21:27AM
79 posts

Hello Everyone, Jony666 Here


Introduce Yourself

As someone who went through having crocheted 'dreads' my advice is comb them all out and start over.
FemalePheromones
@femalepheromones
04/15/18 12:54:20PM
79 posts

Sleeping and showering


Dread Maintenance

I'm gonna try a couple of weeks of just rinsing every couple of days and not using any shampoo and see what happens.

I'll be updating my timeline in 2 weeks anyway so I'll mention how it's gone on there.
FemalePheromones
@femalepheromones
04/15/18 12:51:39PM
79 posts

Size


General Questions

alter:

I feel like separating at this stage is keeping my hair from dreading in the front,top and sides. The back is doing amazing though. Should I keep away from separating the rest of my hair until some matting happens? It's been 3 months and no matting has happened at all.



I'm at 2 and a half months and haven't separated mine once.

To be honest you're probably undoing the start of the dreading. Just leave them alone until you see some proper "dreads" start to form and then only separate the ones that seem too big.

Atleast that's what I intend to do.
FemalePheromones
@femalepheromones
04/15/18 03:59:24AM
79 posts

Sleeping and showering


Dread Maintenance

To be fair the water is really hard in my area so that could have something to do with it.

Also, is it weird that my hair actually seems nicer the days that I only rinse with water and don't actually use shampoo?

FemalePheromones
@femalepheromones
04/14/18 01:24:49PM
79 posts

Sleeping and showering


Dread Maintenance

It's never itchy but when I look close up in a mirror I can just see a lot of whitish specks.

Might give the essential oils a go.
FemalePheromones
@femalepheromones
04/14/18 05:47:42AM
79 posts

Sleeping and showering


Dread Maintenance

Reviving this thread for a question on washing.

When I wash I basically massage my scalp with my fingertips but don't go crazy becaue I don't want to risk separating the hair at the roots but I keep getting dandruff near the roots.

Should I be washing harder or maybe rinsing for longer?

Any advice is appreciated.
FemalePheromones
@femalepheromones
04/14/18 03:58:30AM
79 posts

Size


General Questions

☮ soaring eagle ॐ:

in a couple years you'll be laughing at your twin as he starts his over



😂
FemalePheromones
@femalepheromones
04/12/18 10:03:32AM
79 posts

Size


General Questions

I've heard the best time is when your hair is wet because they will come apart easier.

I wouldn't know personally though. When I combed my crochets out my hair thinned out a lot and I only have hair on the top of my head so none of my sections are big enough to need to separate.
FemalePheromones
@femalepheromones
04/10/18 02:28:09PM
79 posts

Size


General Questions

Just had a quick look at your pics.

You're definitely making progress. I find it easier if you start to enjoy where your hair is now and just think of dreads as a far off end game. The first month I was thinking about my hair every day. The second month a bit less and now I'm about halfway into my third I hardly think about it (in terms of the progress) and just enjoy it for what it is.

A bit of a random mess but it's MY random mess and I like the uniqueness.
FemalePheromones
@femalepheromones
04/10/18 01:53:18AM
79 posts

Size


General Questions

You should start a timeline and post some pics.

It's always good to see how different people's hair progresses.

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