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Heather
@heather
04/13/11 03:34:10PM
1,294 posts

2 months photo, neglect


Dread Maintenance

i personally hate how i look in hats and thats why i only wear them around the house and to bed. they sure do help with the knotting though. you could try the beanie too and see if that helps.
Heather
@heather
04/13/11 12:59:44AM
1,294 posts

should i increase my washing?


Dread Maintenance

i've been wearing my wool tam to bed every night and it been helping with the knotting. i found two new knots this morning. also doing sea salt sprays on my hair on the days in between washings is helping roughen up my hair a bit so its more prone to knotting and not so soft.
Heather
@heather
04/12/11 03:51:40PM
1,294 posts

Dr. Bronner's Magic Soap: Oily residue?


Dread Products

a lot of people just wet their hair then put about a dime size amount of bronners in your hands, rub your hands together to get a lather going and then scrub your scalp. rinse really good.
Heather
@heather
04/11/11 11:23:59PM
1,294 posts

2 months photo, neglect


Dread Maintenance

a year and a half?? wow, this kind of scares me since i'm having such a hard time knotting. what i've been doing lately is a pretty strong sea salt spray in between washings and i'm also wearing a wool tam to bed at night. my hair is definitely separating better. but still at 6 months of not brushing i could probably run my fingers through the back of my hair. is your hair really soft? definitely wear a tam when your outside if its that windy. its probably not doing you any good.
Heather
@heather
04/10/11 08:43:25PM
1,294 posts

Going Natural! I have some Q's though!


Dreading Methods

i saw this girl on youtube and she basically separated her hair by twisting her sections together. she has super curly hair so they dreaded really fast. you might try that when your separating your mats. it might help encourage your hair to stay separated during the dreading process. you wouldnt have to twist them tight or anything. here's the link to one of her video in case your interestedhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H3HWEtXIZX0. good luck with your natural journey:)
Heather
@heather
04/10/11 04:22:14PM
1,294 posts

flat dreads


General Questions

all of mine seem to be developing flat. i personally don't like them. i wouldn't mind a few but i don't want a head full. i really hope it isn't permanent.
Heather
@heather
04/09/11 03:44:32PM
1,294 posts

Loose holey roots, loose ends, itcheeeeeeeeez


General Questions

washing less means your scalp is still producing oils which in turn makes your hair soft and more resilient to knotting. wash 2 - 3 times a week and your hair should knot up more.
Heather
@heather
04/09/11 02:41:10PM
1,294 posts

Site loading problems???


General Talk

i was having problems with firefox this morning.
Heather
@heather
04/09/11 01:47:36AM
1,294 posts

Garnier Pure Clean


Dread Products

someone asked about this last month. i took a pic of the ingredients list with my phone at the store. i didn't buy it because i wasn't sure. it has a lot of questionable stuff in it.

http://www.dreadlockssite.com/forum/topics/frutis-pure-clean

Heather
@heather
04/08/11 01:50:46PM
1,294 posts

new soap like dr. bronners?


Dread Maintenance

i tried it too and unfortunately it left my hair super sticky and gross. yuck:(

Cracker said:
I totally forgot to get back to you on the kiss my face castle soap. I did get a few bottles from them. I've done a couple washes with it and it did it's job. Although I'm not 100% happy with it. I know a lot of people hate dread head hq, but I've always been happy using their shampoo. Seems to do a real good job.
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