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NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
06/10/10 04:31:04PM
849 posts

sea salt, baking soda, and the whole crazy cave women look


General Questions

do u wear it pulled back in a ponytail often?? I think it looks great! On your other questions i really have no idea. That's all way more than i do. I just wash it and rip the sections apart. If i swim in the ocean it's just a plus! Many Blessings
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
06/10/10 10:21:22AM
849 posts

I totally trust this website


Dreading Methods

great choice! They will be just the way they are supposed to be!!Robbbb said:
Thanks dudes, i knew i could rely on the people of this site ;]! i'm going to have ago at the natrual techneque, thanks all :)
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
06/10/10 08:27:44AM
849 posts

I totally trust this website


Dreading Methods

If everybody could just let go of their pre conceived notions of what they want their dreads to look like and simply be amazed at the unique process there would be a lot more happily dreaded people out there! Nobody knows how their dreads will end up looking, even if it's your 2nd,3rd,4th set. They are ever changing and evolving. Let go and enjoy the ride. The less you do to em, the less you will fu*k em up! Have fun with it and just be patient they will be great!! Many Blessings
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
06/10/10 08:18:03AM
849 posts

scalp/skin issue


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

you can dilute the tea tree with a carrier oil of olive oil or vit. E that would probably be soothing. Glad it's getting better keep us updated!! <3
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
06/08/10 08:19:23AM
849 posts

scalp/skin issue


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

my hubby gets the same thing in the same places.I think it's similar to dandruff and it's caused from having a big beard/sensitive skin. He finds that washing it really well with Dr. Bronner's tea tree soap really helps. Many Blessings
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
06/08/10 08:12:37AM
849 posts

dreads and stereotypes


Life Issues Facing Dreads

I figured that's what u meant but i had to chime in with ma 2 cents just in case! Much Love!!!Metalhead Fred said:
I'm not saying there's anything wrong with following bands around, it sounds like a lot of fun!

What I meant was, that particular film seems to give off the image that most dreadheads are wasters who have little or no ambition. This thread is proving otherwise :o)

NaturalWomyn said:
hey now! i spent a good amount of time in my life "following bands around" and got to see 48 states, meet the most amazing people/phamily I've ever known and experience the beauty of life in an eye opening way! Hubby and I are taking our kids for a little 2 week taste this summer even. So don't knock it till ya try it! Stereotypes suck. Much Love & Many Blessings

Metalhead Fred said:
I have a college degree, but due to the state of my countries' economy and the small shit hole town that I live in, I'm currently unemployed. I make a small bit of money repairing laptops/video games consoles.

If you want to see a true stereotype, check out the film "Dreadheads, A Portrait of a Subculture". Almost every person they interview comes across as a moron who has nothing better to do other than get wasted and follow bands around. Plenty of "labels" for you there.
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
06/04/10 08:32:22AM
849 posts

New guy!!!


Introduce Yourself

you gotta be you and you speak truth! So don't worry if people don't like what u say they don't have to read it. I happen to appreciate your straight forwardness.GreyGargoyle said:
=D lol. If someone had put it so straight forward for me three years ago I would have dreads by now. But I'm just starting my journey because I had to do so much research. I know that the way I tell it is not the best but for people like me it really works. :P

NaturalWomyn said:
you crack me up!!

GreyGargoyle said:
Let me just put it this way in a very honest, blunt and direct manner...

Natural=Balls.
Other methods=No balls.

Good luck.
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
06/03/10 07:51:34PM
849 posts

washing....


General Talk

I think it's mostly your preference. I do use and recommend the tea tree cause it helps with the itchies and dandruff that can come along with dreads. Also helps prevent mold. Liquid or bar is up to you! You're on the right track, let us know if you have any more questions! *love*Shuaib ahmed said:
which dr bronners do you think i should get?

NaturalWomyn said:
Time will help you get dreads. Non residue shampoo will keep icky residues from building up in your hair over time. Try and get used to the frizz it's probably not goin away any time soon! and Wash Your Hair! Oily hair will dread slower, clean hair dreads faster. Good Luck & Much Love
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
06/03/10 04:09:13PM
849 posts

washing....


General Talk

Time will help you get dreads. Non residue shampoo will keep icky residues from building up in your hair over time. Try and get used to the frizz it's probably not goin away any time soon! and Wash Your Hair! Oily hair will dread slower, clean hair dreads faster. Good Luck & Much Love
NaturalWomyn
@NaturalWomyn
06/03/10 04:02:05PM
849 posts

Back Combing and Palm Rolling


Dreading Methods

You got the right idea! They will be *beautiful*!!Bella Liston said:
Ohhh.... That is a relief. I was beginning to think I really started off wrong.... Some are tigher that others and a few are barely staying together.

I'm just going to let them rest and do their thing....
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