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Junebug Johnson
@junebug-johnson
06/02/10 05:34:55PM
22 posts

loops lumps kinks and zig zags in dreadlocks


Dread Maintenance

Haha the first one cracks me up. xD
updated by @junebug-johnson: 02/05/15 10:12:49AM
Junebug Johnson
@junebug-johnson
05/29/10 08:33:23PM
22 posts

Smelly, but not rotty hair?


General Questions

Okayy, thanks again. Glad I have someone I can trust. I havent smelled that smell again since. Yayyy! :Dsoaringeagle said:
u can do it every week or vary the recipie according to needs ..if u did white vinagar/lavander for musty smell u wont need that unless u smell it again thats for killing mold spores etc

updated by @junebug-johnson: 07/03/15 12:48:55AM
Junebug Johnson
@junebug-johnson
05/29/10 08:31:22PM
22 posts

loops lumps kinks and zig zags in dreadlocks


Dread Maintenance

Hahah too cool.soaringeagle said:

crazy congo
ill add more when i take some more

updated by @junebug-johnson: 02/05/15 10:12:49AM
Junebug Johnson
@junebug-johnson
05/27/10 11:09:10PM
22 posts

Smelly, but not rotty hair?


General Questions

Ahhh... :) My hair feels clean again... Thank you sooo much! Now, do I do this every week? Or should I use a different recipe?soaringeagle said:
i think cause it closes the pores or something
i knew temp affected hair like cold made it shiny and smooth etc but i didnt know about the dandruff of right also hot water drys the scalp out

someone else had talked about it in the hot or cold water wash discussion i think aron started
so i decided to test it and it worked amazingly
Junebug Johnson
@junebug-johnson
05/25/10 10:52:20PM
22 posts

Smelly, but not rotty hair?


General Questions

Why is that though..? I didnt know temperature could effect it at all. thats cool though.soaringeagle said:
i just added the cold water to the ever evolving experiment that is my washing technique and wow the cold water made a massive difference in the dandruff
Junebug Johnson
@junebug-johnson
05/25/10 10:38:04PM
22 posts

Smelly, but not rotty hair?


General Questions

Oh thats interesting... I think i am gonna try soaringeagle's recipe. I will report back! :) thank youu <3Iain said:
I liked the dhhq soap (only thing I won't really argue about) but for me it didn't quite do the trick after using it for months, not to mention when i used the wax I remember my hair smelling,, not so good even with it's use. (didn't really get rid of dandruff well for me either even with using alot more of it)
after testing out a few mixtures of SE's above post (everyone's a little different) i ended up mixing additional essential oils with w/e DR B of choice and I haven't had an issue with my hair smelling bad ever since.
Junebug Johnson
@junebug-johnson
05/25/10 09:32:42PM
22 posts

Smelly, but not rotty hair?


General Questions

Oh, thank you thank you. I need to pick up some rosemary oil. :). I always have used hot water because thats the way I shower, but I will try with the cold. I have never used wax and always let my hair air dry. For example, I would wash it in the morning before school, then go to school with it down. It would end up drying then. And thats nice with the shampoo info... I already had dandruff issues. haha ironyyyy...soaringeagle said:
ok heres whst id do
in a gallon pitcher mix
a good squirt of bronners some baking soda (3-5 tablespoons) 5-10 drops teatree oil 10-30 drops rosemary oil
dump over head lather up (wet hair with cool noyt hot water)
rince with freeeeeeezing cold water
that will wipe away any dandruff (u can leave it soak on a couple minutes)
now the mildew smell

if it doesnt go saway with just that then next time add an after rinse white vinagar with lavander oil and inly dilute it a lil bit u want it strong and leave it soak a few minutes
rince very well

u can also try a strong thyme tea sprayed on and left on


u never used wax?

do u ever tie em up when damp or wear a hat while damp?

oh sun dry as often as u can too


the dreadheadhq soap will give u dandruff
Junebug Johnson
@junebug-johnson
05/25/10 08:56:40PM
22 posts

Smelly, but not rotty hair?


General Questions

Okay, so I wash my hair about once a week with a dread soap I bought. Yeah, its the one off the DreadheadHQ site i bought when I didnt knowhow to make my own. I still have to use it though, no need to waste.Anyway, I have been realizing a smell from my hair. No one has noticed it yet, thankfully. Its like if you don't wash regular hair for maybe... 2 weeks? But not a "dreadrot" smell. Plus, I havent used any residues in my hair so that wouldnt make sense.Is there a really good rinse or something to fully get rid of that smell? I would be open to anything. The smell seems to go away for a little bit when I wash and then come back fairly quickly.Also, when I wash my dreads, there is a lot of dandruff. Kinda grosses me out? I get it all off, but is there something i can use? Like a recipe? The shampoo says it is anti dandruff, but it fails. hahaI already have some lavender castille soap from Dr. Bronners. If I do use it, I dilute that shiz up reeeeeal nice. like 1/12 or something.Thanks :D
updated by @junebug-johnson: 02/14/15 08:39:26AM
Junebug Johnson
@junebug-johnson
02/23/10 11:36:52PM
22 posts

Dr Bronner's Feedback


Dread Products

I have a bottle of the Lavender Castille soap. I put it in an old body wash bottle and diluted it about 12-1 (1 being the soap). I have been using it for about 3 weeks and it always makes my new "baby" dreads feel super clean. I have soft water.
Junebug Johnson
@junebug-johnson
02/09/10 07:37:23PM
22 posts

Washing, tips, rubber bands, and roots?


General Questions

Nope, but i just thought of one. Putting my hair up in a ponytail wont harm anything, will it?soaringeagle said:
rubber bands are no good and should never be left in longer ten 2 days max
was when you feel dirty or otcy wasing elps dreads so no need to ever wauit
tips..leave em be, loose tips alow water to drain out te ends so they dry faster and woint rot
washing scrub te scalp wit fingertips rince tru te dreads.. dr bronners needs to be diluterd alot 12-1 and its great except in ard water
u can also use te baking sodsa deep cleanse
palhm rolling rubbing in any dfirection or anyting else is useless and only causes dammage..best ting to do is forget your even trying to drewad and forget u ave air..just leave em alone
roots take care of temselves but u tink you mean teyre sticking out loopking goofy..tats one reason backcombuingfs a very poor metod
at least u avoided wax that was smart

bangs u can let dread naturaly wen tey grow out

did i miss any questions?
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