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Dre
@dre
01/17/19 11:37:52AM
5 posts

Professional or do yourself?



If you want "Instant" dreads you can pretty much do it yourself with twist and rip, I don't recommend backcombing it's pretty damaging and $100 per hour sounds really expensive, You can also go the freeform route which is just not brushing and washing your hair with residue free shampoo

Dre
@dre
12/30/18 10:29:40PM
5 posts

Calling it quits


General Talk

About a month ago i brushed my free-forms too, They weren't too mature but i just felt the strong urge to do it, 1 day after i started free-forming again, I don't really regret doing it to be honest it was just an odd urge. Just putting my experience into this for your consideration 

Dre
@dre
12/21/18 11:18:33AM
5 posts

Brushed ends


General Questions

I don't think people purposefully do that, It's just a lot harder for straight hair to dread unless it's forcefully blunted, But it could be some kind of fashion trend i'm unaware of?

Dre
@dre
12/01/18 05:45:11AM
5 posts

Why does washing make you dread faster?


General Questions

Also if it does make you dread faster would it be beneficial to soak your hair everyday? I'm not talking about cleaning with shampoo just soaking it

Dre
@dre
11/14/18 02:13:59PM
5 posts

Is acv rinse still recommended?


General Questions

I read somewhere recently that baking soda weakens hairs, If so is there an alternative?

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