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Lord Panzer
@lord-panzer
03/30/10 05:18:57PM
12 posts

Reasons to cut your dreads.


General Talk

I work as i security guard, and i know at least 1 throw and 2 armbars that counters someone gripping your hairXDAnd i just got a message from my new boss that i'm gonna get fired if i don't cut my hair.I'm not cutting my hair just because someone wants me to, so i filed a report against him, and made a lawsuit out of it, so now he probably has to pay a fine, and for the cost of the lawsuit XD
Lord Panzer
@lord-panzer
02/06/10 08:59:41PM
12 posts

lice a dreadlocks worse nightmare


Dread Maintenance

you could try dying them. A friend of mine got lice in his dreads, and they all died after dying the dreads, as there are LOADS of poison and shit in the chemicals they use...
Lord Panzer
@lord-panzer
12/25/09 07:52:12PM
12 posts

Dreads and travell


General Questions

I'm going on a two month long trip in april, im visiting the US, South Africa, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Thailand and China, and a family friend of mine who have done some travelling sugested that i should cut of my dreads, because the people in the customs will become suspicious, and because she thinks they attract trouble.Have any of you guys had any experience on this topic? Has anyone got any tips?I also wondered if there would be any problems with bugs and the likes in my dreads, and if i should spray them with bugspray or something? (i do not use any hairproducts in my dreads)Any advice would be apreciated!
updated by @lord-panzer: 01/13/15 08:30:00PM
Lord Panzer
@lord-panzer
12/07/09 07:34:42PM
12 posts

Dreadlock removal method


Dreading Methods

a friend og mine used muh of the same method, but started with a week where he carried a bottle of conditioner spray with him at all times, and just kept spraying his dreads and loosened them with his fingers and/or a pencil to get rid of the worst locks, then moved over to use a comb when the week was done.It worked out really well! with little damage to the hair, considdering that his dreads were three years old!
Lord Panzer
@lord-panzer
11/23/09 05:31:22PM
12 posts

Cutting Dreadlocks???


Life Issues Facing Dreads

but... wait... marching band?
Lord Panzer
@lord-panzer
10/21/09 04:00:08PM
12 posts

The truth of Backcombing is Unraveled (literally)


Dreading Methods

A good way to "cure" oily hair, is just to stoop washing it so often with shampoo, go a couple of weeks without shampooing your hair more than once a week, just use water the other days, and it will become much less oily, as it is no loger "used" to be washed clean of oils every other day;)Jo said:
It's thyme that helps with oily hair right?

soaringeagle said:
exactly
well...in most cases
oily hair can be slow so oil reduction is needed 1st
i can say mine dreaded naturaly so fast i really cant remember there being a messy period betwee n dreaded and undreaded..it was 20 years ago but the time that it took to dread seemed like days but im assumming it was weeks.. id guess in 2-3 weeks or so most were dreaded enough to get "nice dreads" comments

Puppy said:
Seems that if you keep them clean with residue free shampoo it still takes about the same amount of time to fully lock up whether you backcomb or not.
Lord Panzer
@lord-panzer
10/21/09 03:48:36PM
12 posts

What about lice in dreadlocks?


Dread Maintenance

Acctually, you could just dye your dreads at a saloon. Just dye them in your natural collor, the chemicals are so poisionus that the lice and their eggs die. I friend of mine tried it, and it solved the problem:)But if you wanna go natural, and not damage your scalp with chemicals, listen to soaringeagle:P
Lord Panzer
@lord-panzer
09/24/09 04:57:32PM
12 posts

Dread shedding


Dread Maintenance

Thanks guys, i will post some pictures soon, but i worng late night shifts every day now, so its kind of hard to find time to do it:) I made my dreads with backcombing, and hade crocheted some of them, but haven't done that for some time now, i also root rub them, but i am kinda afraid that it makes the hair break...
Lord Panzer
@lord-panzer
09/21/09 05:08:33PM
12 posts

Dread shedding


Dread Maintenance

Hi, i have had my locks for a year now, and they have becomed nice and tight, but i am kind of worried, because the hair some of my dreads are attatched to my scalp with are much thinner than the actual dread, so i am kind of worried that two of them eventually will come off.... has anyone experienced this? any tips to how i should prevent this from happen? i have considdered sewing new hair into the dread, but that will damage them... any other way to get the hair around it to dread into it?
updated by @lord-panzer: 01/13/15 08:27:17PM
Lord Panzer
@lord-panzer
09/05/09 07:10:03PM
12 posts

What are you listening to?


General Talk

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