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Heather
@heather
06/03/11 06:17:41PM
1,291 posts

Miss Steph's Dreadful Journey (Natural)


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look at your cute little nubby dreadies! i love the new bangs too!
Heather
@heather
06/03/11 06:06:11PM
1,291 posts

dread combining


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i saw someone post about this same idea online somewhere. i'll have to look for the tutorial. they did it with two complete locks and made them into one. pretty cool. i'm sure it would work though.
Heather
@heather
06/02/11 02:12:01PM
1,291 posts

Pay it Forward


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i guess i can't message you until you accept my friend request:/
Heather
@heather
06/02/11 02:09:50PM
1,291 posts

Pay it Forward


General Talk

yay mia! i finally have some solid locks to put a dread sleeve on:) going to send you my info via private message. thanks!
Heather
@heather
06/01/11 02:59:10PM
1,291 posts

JASON :Natural Products?


General Questions

i just didn't like the way my hair felt after it dried. it could be our hard water but it left my scalp a bit greasy feeling.

personally i love desert essence tea tree lemon shampoo or trader joe's tea tree tingle shampoo for my dreadies. both get my hair squeaky clean and i can go 3-4 days before needing to wash again. neither one contains any harsh ingredients(no sulfates, parabens, etc.).

Heather
@heather
06/01/11 02:22:50PM
1,291 posts

JASON :Natural Products?


General Questions

i've tried their biotin shampoo before dreading and wasn't impressed.
Heather
@heather
05/31/11 03:29:22AM
1,291 posts

Lumps and mold


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

i had a section that developed naturally that was at least 3" wide and looked like a big wad of hair hanging from the section. my hair seems to like to knot from the bottom up creating these big zig zag blobs. i don't mind most of them because they're small but that one big one was really bothersome. it was heavy and was causing really uncomfortable pulling on my scalp and headaches. i tried to undo it but it was solid and not coming out. i considered cutting it off completely just because of the pain it caused. i ended up cutting on either side so that it is in line with the rest of the lock. i wrapped some hemp around it to hold it together and to encourage the cut hairs to bind. i no longer have the uncomfortable pulling and it dries super fast now even with the wrap on it. i'm now keeping watch on the rest of my knotting and hope to prevent this from happening again. i added beads to the ends of ones that are starting to do this so they won't pull up into a ball.
updated by @heather: 07/22/15 12:01:46PM
Heather
@heather
05/26/11 11:40:36PM
1,291 posts

To undo what I did & thinking truly let it be? thoughts & opinions,experiences :)


Dreading Methods

looking at your pics your dreads have developed quite fast and beautifully. i would leave them. i think they look just like anyone who went the full natural journey. all you did was jump start it. they're going to be beautiful. i love all of your loopies:)
Heather
@heather
05/26/11 09:55:11PM
1,291 posts

13 months


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i'm speechless. wow.
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