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PoopiePants
@poopiepants
01/29/19 11:25:15AM
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To comb or not to comb...


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AquaGuy:

...I thought my hair would knot up a lot quicker than it did because it’s naturally curly and very thick actually, turns out it prefers to mat rather than to dread LOL.



Mat Rather than Dread? MATTING IS DREADING!!! Your hair is still really short too, so the fact you're getting matts at all is pretty lucky imo. Took almost 4 years growth(from bald) for me to get my first knot :(
PoopiePants
@poopiepants
01/21/19 03:31:34PM
63 posts

Check out this little bugger


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Interesting path ;P
PoopiePants
@poopiepants
01/15/19 12:30:12AM
63 posts

The Seed of Freeform


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Thanks @soaring-eagle! Again, I owe my progress to you :)
PoopiePants
@poopiepants
01/14/19 06:50:26PM
63 posts

Natural Surrender Pics


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FemalePheromones:
Sorry I can't help as I combed out my crocheted dreads after 6 months which is one of the best things I've ever done.

I highly recommend it.

@FemalePheromones Your locks are Freeform? For some reason I thought you had tnr's.

@kenty Freeform dreadlocks aren't the same thing as backcombed/crocheted/tnr as you pretty much form them yourself. Sure you might not maintain them afterward, but you manually form them yourself. While they all certainly do change with time, FREEFORM locks are something quite different. They Form themselves right from the start.
As for getting a job, I just tie my hair up if I feel the need to. Never had issues finding work myself(100% Freeform).
PoopiePants
@poopiepants
01/06/19 11:30:05AM
63 posts

The Seed of Freeform


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The first pic is Saturday January 5th 2019. Noticed 2 new seeds were joining each other. 2nd pic is today. I love seeing them grow. :)

Added a 3rd pic taken on Jan 15th

Added 4th pic taken Jan 28th

5th pic Feb 18th.


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updated by @poopiepants: 02/18/19 03:36:38PM
PoopiePants
@poopiepants
01/06/19 11:00:19AM
63 posts

How goes it?


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Sounds like you're on the right track @jimdog91 :)
PoopiePants
@poopiepants
12/30/18 10:46:43AM
63 posts

Calling it quits


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@alter You WILL regret it, I promise. DON'T DO IT! I can guarantee you it's what you are washing with and the frequency. I'm going through the same thing(mostly the back locked), but my washing habits are terrible at best. Try using Dawn or Palmolive ultra(says residue free on it). Every time I wash my hair twice in the same week something new starts, and I have very straight hair. Please don't comb it! A year has gone by, sure. If you decide you want them again you'll be back to square one.

Edit: Wait... Freeform? Or TnR? If you went Freeform stick it out. If you "made" them, maybe you should brush them out and then throw your brush away. Residue-free is the key to Freeform. If my hair dreads, yours most definitely will. All you need is patience.


updated by @poopiepants: 12/30/18 11:00:11AM
PoopiePants
@poopiepants
12/29/18 09:41:35PM
63 posts

Natural dreadlocks, from day 0


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@tashtash Don't be discouraged! I'm not sure what you use for shampoo, but Dawn Dishsoap works amazing and so does Palmolive Ultra(says residue free on it), and both brands have some really great scents. I can't compare them to the dreadlockshampoo offered here(I want the patchouli BAD but never tried), but I've had good results with Dishsoap. Dawn commercials show them washing oil off of ducks ;P 

Nice work on the hair-things! :)


updated by @poopiepants: 12/29/18 09:44:14PM
PoopiePants
@poopiepants
12/29/18 08:56:29PM
63 posts

The Seed of Freeform


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Dec 29th 2018, just a short video to hopefully inspire someone to take the Freeform route.

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