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NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
07/19/10 10:05:44AM
849 posts

Goofiest dreads you'll ever see!!


General Talk

while we're on a roll. This is a lil different because they are extensions. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ex-PsE1OO1A
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
07/18/10 11:16:50AM
849 posts

Goofiest dreads you'll ever see!!


General Talk

im sure they probably already cut or combed out.soaringeagle said:
backcombed and waxed the hell ouyys em they followed knottyboys info
and well with dreads that horible the begining stages are the ending stages they wont last a year
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
07/18/10 08:28:06AM
849 posts

Goofiest dreads you'll ever see!!


General Talk

I saw that coming!!hahaha Actually the guestbook is back up with all our comments deleted! She's got quite the operation go in there they pay a bundle for fake insta"dreads" and then they come back in the revolving door to have em removed for another ton of loot! Slimy for sure!
updated by @NaturalWomyn: 07/19/15 12:57:43PM
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
07/18/10 08:24:27AM
849 posts

Nicole's Dreadlock Timeline: Recovery From Crochet, Going Natural


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welcome! It looks like you're on your way now! The crochet dreads looked painful, were they? You're gonna love going natural, especially after all this. I'm glad you've already decided on that because i imagine your hair is pretty damaged after the crochet & removal. Any other method would surely cause more damage to your already fragile hair. Many Blessings!
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
07/17/10 07:20:46PM
849 posts

Goofiest dreads you'll ever see!!


General Talk

had to leave my 2 cents as well. I just feel bad for these poor fools! I'd be pretty unhappy if i paid to look like that!
updated by @NaturalWomyn: 07/23/15 03:59:32PM
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
07/17/10 10:42:24AM
849 posts

Boston Dready


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Hi! I'm not too far from ya! We live in RI, 45 mins from Beantown & we hang out there all the time. Much Love
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
07/16/10 03:15:54PM
849 posts

Baking Soda, first time???


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

don't give up before you even try! Dandruff Can get better. My hubby used to have it real bad now it's non existent since the tea tree and Baking Soda. Give it a chance!!!Shuaib ahmed said:
ohrite cheers I'll try that next time. My cousin just actually looked ay my hair and said that i had loads of white stuff inside it. im getting so pissed off im thinking of cutting the locs off, but i really dont wanna.

wot do you guys think? it looks bad right?

updated by @NaturalWomyn: 02/05/15 10:12:49AM
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
07/16/10 12:50:27PM
849 posts

Baking Soda, first time???


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

I use 2/3 cup of baking soda to 2 quarts of water in a pitcher and mix it up really well when the pitcher is halfway full of water then add the rest then i add about 10 drops of tea tree to the mix. I have a TON of hair though! Some people use a couple spoons of baking soda to a cup of water. Then just pour it over your head! Leave it on for 15-20 mins the first time then rinse thoroughly. It will work wonders for your dandruff. If you can get some rosemary and peppermint at some point that would be wonderful as well but it's not entirely necessary. Many Blessings
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
07/16/10 12:46:04PM
849 posts

Why?


General Questions

perfect example of what i mean! That really sucks about no contact with the animals, if i were bringing my dog there to be cared for i wouldn't be too happy about that, i would want my pet to be loved while i was away. They must be required to have insurance in case something happens?? Makes no sense at all.Faelwynn said:
I've been wondering this for a while... and I'll tell you what got me wondering. I work for Petsmart's Pet's Hotel... sounds nice, but it's really just an upscale kennel. Anyhow, one of my co-workers started pushing more work onto our shift (3rd shift, most of our job is just to look in on the dogs and clean up from the previous shifts making sure that the hotel is stocked for when 1st shift comes in) because there was too much down-time for her.... I mean sure, we had an hour here, and another hour there, and while it could sometimes be really really boring, we need that slow season to recoup and prepare for the holidays (at chrismas we can house almost 300 dogs at once... imagine that level of noise for a second...). She's leaving as of today, and now those of us who are left on the shift are trying to settle back into an easier routine... it's pissing off first shift, I'll tell you that much. We were doing so much of their work thanks to her, that they had nothing to do in the morning, and were enjoying being lazy. I just don't understand why someone would want add half another shift's work to our already pretty packed work schedule just so that they were never sitting down/always had something to do (Please note that she wasn't doing it to get noticed, as she made it clear to management that her schedule wasn't open enough for a promotion, which could be a viable reason to try and pack that extra work in; to get noticed and promoted). It made me realize that I really hate workaholics. The stress that her expectations put on me and the shift is unreal. At least now we have a number of new corporate policies that make our shift really nothing but a cleanup crew (they cut us down to one person and have told us that we are forbidden to have any contact with the animals for our own safety... sucks, as I love to snuggle puppies, but makes the job a cake-walk) so we can't do any of those things that we've been expected to do previously... Still...Why the hell would someone do that? It just blows my mind. Even the tasks that we had previously she would try to break up into tiny chunks of work when really it could be done in one go... I just don't get it.
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
07/16/10 12:20:36PM
849 posts

Plans are being thwarted =[


Dread Maintenance

You won't have dreads overnite no matter how bad you want to, if you're not ready to deal with some messy hair days it could be you're not quite ready for dreads. swimming is actually great for forming dreads.I don't know how you started yours but i'm assuming back combing? a LOT of people get discouraged with that method because it does tend to come undone sometimes. Also there's no such thing as "perfect" dreads. Once you stop idealizing them you'll be much happier! Many Blessings
updated by @NaturalWomyn: 07/09/15 10:45:08PM
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