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Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
11/14/19 07:05:30PM
48 posts

AMPs Natural Timeline


Member Journals and Timelines

@p3rmaamp  Glad your staying dready,  your dreads look great to me and inspired my not to give-up, ( mine are looking like turning out with quite a few blunt ends)  I may have to consider brushing out the ends too. 

Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
11/14/19 06:40:23PM
48 posts

3rd Journey


Member Journals and Timelines

@peaceful-passer  I've been getting similar effect with quite a few of my teen dreads, which I think will turn out OK as long as I can keep the top about pencil thick. The  flaties  are not so quick to dry, (especially now our South-west climate is getting colder and damper) I may  have to brush the ends out a bit to stop them trapping water.

Must try and get some new pics up soon for my belated second year dreadiversary

Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
09/30/19 12:07:15PM
48 posts

Putting beads on flat dreads


Dread Accessories

@peacefull  thanks for the idea I will be checking our charity shops soon

@soaring  old car seat cover sounds good idea too  cheers

Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
09/28/19 05:06:22PM
48 posts

Newbie Question about length


General Questions

@youngree  consider going natural, there's all the info and support you need here.  Be Patient and accept the shrinkage..(mine started halfway down my back ,are now close to shoulder length and will probably end up even shorter) 

Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
09/28/19 04:58:12PM
48 posts

Customs charges


Dread Products

Yeah  thats what i thought to,, the first ones I ordered got through all right.  I will try and contest the charge and claim some back,  Aunt Vicki's being helpful ,  will let you know what happens .

Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
09/28/19 04:53:39PM
48 posts

Putting beads on flat dreads


Dread Accessories

Thanks for that peaceful one.  I've tried a few to try and stop the crazy clumps forming too much, could be interesting!  May also try a few wooden ones too if I can make/get some for a reasonable price...

Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
09/26/19 05:23:45PM
48 posts

Customs charges


Dread Products

Just received some "Scratch Attack" shampoo from Aunty Vicki..

unfortunately UK Customs decided to charge me an extra £20...which I am going to try and get back (cursed fascist bully boyS!).

Anyone else had similar problems?  with gifts from Aunty?

Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
09/26/19 04:10:42PM
48 posts

Putting beads on flat dreads


Dread Accessories

Have been pondering putting a few beads in to try speed up dreading and try and prevent congos forming..

would also like to try and prevent balls of hair forming at the end of dread ands working their way up in an ever increasing clump.

Managed to acquire a few small- medium metal sleeves, they open up and so can be squeezed/clamped onto dreads.  I've done a few to see how they go.

Any one had any beading experience to share/advice on please?

Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
09/14/19 05:06:32PM
48 posts

Changes and acceptance


Introduce Yourself

Welcome  Le sam-sam

Glad you're going  "Freestyle"  there's plenty of good advice on this site.

  You don't need to waste a fortune locticians just good shampoo, patience and frequent separating; oh and also a thick skin to deal with any negative comments.

Gazzunger the Grey
@gazzunger-the-grey
08/30/19 07:50:22AM
48 posts

Dreading uneven


General Questions

I'm sure i've read other people having similar experience,  its not a huge problem for me, just enjoy the changes. Thanks for sharing.

This piccy is from about six months ago when i tried a Small rat tail sized braid(which reverted right back to dreading eventually).


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