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Kelly3
@kelly3
07/24/13 07:19:01AM
337 posts

Mad Professor


Dread Maintenance

Firstly, you shouldn't be using lemon juice. It makes hair brittle.

There should always be some loose hair on top of your scalp. This is how the roots keep locked. If there is a lot of loose hair then maybe the pressure of your shower is keeping it from wrapping up in the dreads before a certain length (just a suggestion).

Wish I could of been more help. You could post some pictures so we have a better idea of what you are dealing with.

Kelly3
@kelly3
07/24/13 07:15:11AM
337 posts

Jaron Lanier


Dreading Methods

It could be any method really, except crochet. He just kept them thin and well separated.

Kelly3
@kelly3
07/24/13 07:10:15AM
337 posts

Natural Shampoo


Dread Maintenance

All I use is the BS/ACV rinse. It will do the job perfectly. It is a bit of a hassle going through the process multiple times a week, so I just do it once a week and rinse my hair out with cold water on the other days.

Kelly3
@kelly3
07/16/13 11:52:07AM
337 posts

Social Work


dreads jobs employment issues

I've known some social workers who were hippy types, but none with dreads. I highly doubt they would be a problem in this context. just keep them neat, look and, most importantly, act professional. I'm sure it wont be a problem for you.

Kelly3
@kelly3
06/30/13 12:48:05PM
337 posts

Dreading super fine long hair?


Dreading Methods

No, but the longer the hair the more noticeable the shrinkage.

Baby dreads are very easy to pull apart if you need to. Just check them twice a week and get them down to the size you need. It will be very easy, so don't worry about it. They will soon clump into the natural sections and it will then be your job to keep them from joining together. There really is not much to it.

Kelly3
@kelly3
06/30/13 11:36:16AM
337 posts

Dreading super fine long hair?


Dreading Methods

You are going to have to separate, regardless. TnR dreads come completely undone sometimes. It will be a mess for a few months, no matter what method, but there are plenty of people who started with waist length hair, also super sine and went natural. You will loose a lot of length though when they shrink and tighten up.

Kelly3
@kelly3
06/30/13 11:06:22AM
337 posts

Dreading super fine long hair?


Dreading Methods

Since you will have been using normal shampoos and conditioners for so long, you should buy a clarifying shampoo and use it once or twice to get rid of all the residues that will have built up.

With hair that long it will take an age to do tnr. Also, there is no guarantee that they will even stay in. Most tnr dreads come apart at the start, which is normal. I would just let them grow free form. All you have to do is wash and separate. Easy!

I should add, there is nothing you can do to keep the hair locked in the early stages. Locking comes as they mature, over the course of a year.

Kelly3
@kelly3
06/17/13 12:21:29PM
337 posts

Funny Herbalism Quote


Alternative Lifestyles and Subcultures

It's not evidence because it is argument from authority. Provide some references. Show us that it actually happened. As for the snake bite, we don't know what kind of snake it was for starters. We dont know how much venom was injected with the bite. We have no evidence to go on.

You are an idiot SE. You just want everything to conform to your "naturalistic" views. It is pure bias on your part.

Kelly3
@kelly3
06/17/13 12:05:41PM
337 posts

Funny Herbalism Quote


Alternative Lifestyles and Subcultures

Yet again, SE, you make claims with nothing to back them up. Absolutely nothing there could be considered evidence.

I'm done here. There is no arguing with stupidity. That is why I left the last discussion. You're a fool and you're too stupid to even realise it. It seems like the blind leading the blind here, at the best of times.

Derek, that is not how medicine works at all. Everything can be a poison. It's all about dosage and finding the right balance. Just because all medicines don't work perfectly, doesn't mean we are not on the right track. As I said before, we are at the beginning of a bio-tech explosion. The future is looking extremely bright.

If anyone has objections to modern medicine, please abstain. I love to see evolution do its work.

Kelly3
@kelly3
06/16/13 05:19:06PM
337 posts

Funny Herbalism Quote


Alternative Lifestyles and Subcultures

Actually, SE, I'm a psychologist. Huge difference. But you will be happy to know that I start studying medicine when I return from New Zealand, in a years time. Character bashing is a lowly tactic, generally employed by people with no real argument.

Anyway, what exactly qualifies you to give out medical advise? I'm simply putting my side across, just like you. I think it is important to note that the last time we had a discussion like this, you were suggesting that it was a good idea to stare into the sun. Your foolishness is matched only by your bias.

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