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Jodie Hyland
@Jodie Hyland
06/22/10 04:11:09PM
23 posts

the end of my dread is all wrong..


Introduce Yourself

exactly! to be honest i think she spent so much time maintaining hers that she got fed up with them she had them nearly 2 years which is nothing in dread years they were still babies.neil coe said:
ha ha ha i love that................

soaringeagle said:
i guess right dreads are dreads u cut off?
just say mom, mine are still on my head, yours are in a box which ones more wrong?
Jodie Hyland
@Jodie Hyland
06/22/10 03:50:59PM
23 posts

the end of my dread is all wrong..


Introduce Yourself

i know lol i laughed too when she said it, as if a dread can be wrong?
Jodie Hyland
@Jodie Hyland
06/22/10 03:40:25PM
23 posts

the end of my dread is all wrong..


Introduce Yourself

..according to my mum. i told her that's why i like it :) she had dreads years ago and thinks they should be like hers. she kept them after cutting them and they feel greasy and horrible with all the crap she used to put in them and definitely no individuality. she seems quite shocked that i want dreads like mine that are only mine and no one has the same one oh well lol:) anyone else with wrong dreads?
updated by @Jodie Hyland: 01/13/15 08:38:36PM
Jodie Hyland
@Jodie Hyland
06/06/10 02:40:18PM
23 posts

Dog Lovers Komondors&Pulis


General Talk

found this on wikipediaThe Komondor's coat is a long, thick, strikingly corded white coat, about 20 27 cm long[8] (the heaviest amount of fur in the canine world), which resembles dreadlocks or a mop. The puppy coat is soft and fluffy. However, the coat is wavy and tends to curl as the puppy matures. A fully mature coat is formed naturally from the soft undercoat and the coarser outer coat combining to form tassels, or cords and will take around two years to form.[8] Some help is needed in separating the cords so the dog does not turn into one large matted mess. The length of the cords increases with time as the coat grows. Shedding is very minimal with this breed,[8] contrary to what one might think (once cords are fully formed). The only substantial shedding occurs as a puppy before the dreadlocks fully form. The Komondor is born with only a white coat,[9] unlike the similar-looking Puli, which can be white, black, or sometimes grayish. However, a working Komondor's coat may be discolored by the elements, and may appear off-white if not washed regularly. Traditionally the coat protected the Komondor from wolves' bites, as the bites were not able to penetrate the thick coat.[citation needed] The coat of the Komondor takes about two and a half days to dry after a bath.
Jodie Hyland
@Jodie Hyland
05/20/10 02:46:35PM
23 posts

Wax vs. No Wax dreadlocks


Dreading Methods

def no wax :) try twist n rip
Jodie Hyland
@Jodie Hyland
01/29/10 05:12:58PM
23 posts

Finaly got dreads done!


General Talk

just look like they've been curled to me rather than knotted
Jodie Hyland
@Jodie Hyland
01/25/10 05:49:27AM
23 posts

fluffy dreads: how long before the fuzz gets sucked in?


General Questions

lolthey might tame down ready for summer then :)Iain said:
hey there,
usually the first 6months were the craziest for me
(been meaning to post a journal thing haven't yet tho)

you will always have them tho, just not as bad as it is at first,
Jodie Hyland
@Jodie Hyland
01/24/10 04:09:36PM
23 posts

fluffy dreads: how long before the fuzz gets sucked in?


General Questions

hi :) my dreads are only 2 months old (backcomb started) and i have quite a lot of loose hairs along each dread, i was just wondering how long it takes for these little fluffies to get sucked up into the dread? i can already feel the knots getting a lot tighter especially at the roots, the ends are still loose tho and i'm not planning on doing anything to it but wash it regularly. just curious as to how long it took for everyone else with fluffies :)
updated by @Jodie Hyland: 01/13/15 08:30:42PM
Jodie Hyland
@Jodie Hyland
01/06/10 06:22:58PM
23 posts

growing dreads in a hat or a bandana???????????


Dread Maintenance

yea i saw that youtube vid it looked really weird.. not in a good way :S
Jodie Hyland
@Jodie Hyland
01/06/10 05:50:49PM
23 posts

growing dreads in a hat or a bandana???????????


Dread Maintenance

i wear a scarf over the top of my head and a knot tied at the back underneath and i have to say the dreads (especially at the roots) at the bottom where the knot of the scarf is have been forming a lot faster than anywhere else. the same has happened with the ones that lay under the scarf at the top too but not as good as where the knot is at the back.
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