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NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
07/13/10 03:37:14PM
849 posts

Pre-Dread


Introduce Yourself

maybe you should have said something in the other post cause if u read what he said and how you replied,it just makes u sound a lil cRaZy! Grey was simply offering another option from T & R and being honest. No bashing here.dreadymom marla said:
you know@greygargoyle your quite difficult arent' you?? i looked at your ONE pic of your dreads and maybe some people dont want one big fat dread in their hair. i want my dreads the way i want them to look, and this guy wants his to look a different way, why do you have to bash us for not wanting what you want. and thinking everything YOU do is right and what we do is wrong.
WRONG-O!GreyGargoyle said:
Why not just go natural?

There is no telling how much shorter your hair will get. Everyone is different.
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
07/13/10 03:24:12PM
849 posts

Baking Soda??


Dread Maintenance

nope def. not confusing it with baking powder, i know the diff. I use baking soda to wash my locks every couple days, just bought a different package this time. Different granulation. Baking SODA is also used for baking. helps dough rise and whatnot. I don't think arm & hammer even makes baking powder.Knottysleeves said:
Bicarb is bicarb. Maybe you're getting it confused with baking powder, which is the stuff used for baking?
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
07/13/10 03:22:51PM
849 posts

Baking Soda??


Dread Maintenance

ok im gonna give it a whirl it does say on the package "while fridge and freezer contains pure arm & hammer baking soda we do not recommend it for baking as the granulation is designed specifically for deodorizing. After use pour down the drain to freshen." so common sense i guess, as long as it dissolves in the pitcher with water it should be fine. I'll let ya know! Much Love
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
07/13/10 12:12:27PM
849 posts

Manicured Locks


Dread Maintenance

LOLricky williams said:
I think theres a few sleeper cells here not saying you SBB just in case you think im calling you out i think the whole thing went down way too easy.

updated by @NaturalWomyn: 07/03/15 06:26:08AM
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
07/13/10 12:10:01PM
849 posts

Baking Soda??


Dread Maintenance

Ok so i use baking soda every time i wash my hair, I love it and recommend it! I usually buy the kind used for baking but this time i accidentally bought the kind for deodorizing.It's all the same ingredient sodium bicarb but this one says not to use it for baking because it's granulated differently? I'm guessing it's not as fine and dissolve able as the other kind?I'm just wondering if anyone else has used this kind on their hair and if it worked or was hard to remove? It's the arm & Hammer in the box that you can peel back the side and stick in yer fridge. I'll probably just try a bit of it and see what happens just thought i'd throw it out there! Any advice is much appreciated Many Thanks!!


updated by @NaturalWomyn: 02/05/15 10:12:49AM
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
07/13/10 11:51:45AM
849 posts

dreading the 1st few weeks of dreading


Dreading Methods

i have to admit that the whole worrying about my dreads thing kind of puzzles me a bit. When i started my first set of dreads 10 years ago, i (or anyone i knew) had never heard of creating dreads with a "technique". It was simply about not having to think/worry about your hair. I'm sure SE can attest to that even better than I! It was just natural beauty that came about by doing nothing. I truly believe all this panic was born from companies like KBoy & DHHQ to sell needless products. Selling people this image of "perfect dreads" like there even is such a thing! I feel bad when i see people freaking out over their hair because it seems their missing the point a bit? I'm not judging, i just wish they could see the beauty in letting go and not worrying so much about their hair. It will be as it is meant to, not like anyone elses, like you OWN! I wish everybody would stop trying to DO something to fix a problem that's not there. That's what creates the actual problem in the end. Many Blessings
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
07/13/10 11:37:33AM
849 posts

Manicured Locks


Dread Maintenance

Q.F.T. SE!!!!! You too GREY! (why does everyone always call u gary???) always surprises me when someone endorses a company like DHHQ on this site~after all the problems we hear after people fall for their scams!soaringeagle said:
lock peppa is like paying to get dandruff the ingredients are a joke its dirt sand clay tree sap..dirt
and a poision a herbaside so nothing grows in the dirt
dreadheadhq is the scummiest company there is

neil coe said:
from what i hear, from SE, lock peppa is death lol, a complete waste of money and dont really do much........ and be prod of your dreads londan, if you are out and get a few stares dont feel weird, feel prod and hold your head up high, in todays world, people will always judge you, if not for your dreads, then for your close you were, if they make you happy thats all that matters, be prod girl.............. oh and dont use wax either,
SehBehBaby said:
Dreadheadhq baby! There products are amazing! I still have new babies so they would be super floofy if not for their AWESOME lock peppa'! Also, idk how long ur hair is, but you can look on youtube for some real cute how-to's on tying ur dreads up all pretty :) Good luck!
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
07/13/10 11:25:09AM
849 posts

Finally decided to start dreads over (wax=bad!!!)


Member Journals and Timelines

wow you have awesome hair! your dreads were lookin really good before you cut but i have much respect for your decision to start over naturally, especially after a year. You need to be happy with them that's most important. I'm sure you will love this set that much more now! Also i just have to say you look JUST like a young Mike Gordon the bass player from Phish!! <3
updated by @NaturalWomyn: 07/11/15 02:25:55AM
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
07/12/10 04:14:28PM
849 posts

Scary New Dreads ABSOLUTELY TERRIFIED (Short)


General Questions

you may not want to hear it but we're gonna say it~take out those rubber bands!!! eek! they will melt and ooze and make a nasty mess in there. you need to learn some patience, dreads take time. With such short hair you need to forget about it for a while! Wash your hair and leave it alone, or T&R whatever you decide. Good Luck!
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
07/12/10 04:10:44PM
849 posts

suppper itchhy head


Dread Maintenance

"just washing with a couple spoonfuls of baking soda mixed into a cup of water and a few drops of tea tree oil. Pour it over your head and let it sit for 15-20 mins." you can add a few drops of whatever essential oils u want- peppermint,rosemary,tea tree are the best for itchies.Read more: suppper itchhy head - dreadlocks forums http://www.dreadlockssite.com/forum/topics/suppper-itchhy-head?commentId=3754945%3AComment%3A149209#ixzz0tVLvzpvvthe best place for real dreadlocks no lies no products to buy just truth about healthy dreadsUnder Creative Commons License: AttributionKev said:
how do i use baking soda? and teatre oil with peppermint?

soaringeagle said:
the baking sodsa teatree but add rosemary too and use freeeezing cold rinse and then do an acv rinse and some ppl like yo add pepermint too
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