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taye
@taye
12/27/10 12:52:07AM
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Which religions can I lie about belonging to to find a job?


General Talk

hmmm lie about a religion....do you see something wrong with that?
taye
@taye
12/27/10 12:40:43AM
836 posts

would you cut off your dreds for your job


General Talk

no i would not cut off my locks for a present job or a future job. there are things in my life that have importance or pleasure. A job gives me the ability to achieve these. If the job keeps me from these...I don't want that job. The way i see it...i give a certain amount of time (years) for education. That gives me the qualification for a certain job..or jobs. After that i have choices. I can choose where i work. If a place is not for me....i will find another job. There are many jobs...but only one of me.
updated by @taye: 07/11/15 07:25:53AM
taye
@taye
12/24/10 11:29:46AM
836 posts

Salon nightmare?


General Questions

well the way i see it you have a couple of choices. 1 undo them....let em heal for a little while and start from scratch 2 use the sections that you got at the salon as a guideline undo each section and very very gently t and r it or better yet let those sections dread naturally.3 don't do anything, let them loosen up and go from there. There is a lot of information here about crochet recovery.
taye
@taye
12/24/10 10:55:55AM
836 posts

ok i gnotta get this off my chest


General Talk

Soaring Eagle you have been an inspiration to so many dreads. Just think of all the people who have gained knowledge from this site.I admire you so much for starting this. and for all the work you have put into it! This site has saved so many people from so many mistakes. You put this together to educate people in the right way! There are over 3,000 members! That is incredible!! You have done a wonderful thing. And brought our little community together. I just want you to know that i appreciate you more than i can put down in words. Thank you!! Sending you a big giant hug and lots of love.
taye
@taye
12/24/10 10:46:41AM
836 posts

hello


Introduce Yourself

what a wonderful way to start out the new year! Enjoy the journey!
taye
@taye
12/14/10 01:10:06PM
836 posts

Four months of dreadlocks. Crochet Recovery


Dread Maintenance

as already stated...it is just gonna take time. Your babies are only 4 months old. Hair is gonna stick out off baby dreads. They haven't had time to mature yet. It takes at least a year for them to even start maturing. Crochett recovery is not gonna happen over night. When your dreads are mature there will be less hair sticking out of the them. There will always be some. Dreads are like fine wine...leave them alone and they will age beautifully!

taye
@taye
11/30/10 11:14:47AM
836 posts



don't forget to take a sleeping bag !!!!!
taye
@taye
11/30/10 10:27:33AM
836 posts

residue free shampoo.


Introduce Yourself

the point is....do you want to support a company like dhhq? every bottle of shampoo that you buy is supporting a company that pushes the use of wax. I personally would not give them my money. I would rather support a small business on ETSY.
taye
@taye
11/29/10 11:28:52AM
836 posts

Hi!


Introduce Yourself

Welcome to the site. Glad to have you here :)
taye
@taye
11/29/10 10:16:51AM
836 posts

Week 1, few questions


General Questions

Loops are good...leave them alone! You want loops! That is the beginning of a dread! The less you touch the better because you can undo them very easily at this stage. The BS wash is good....but i would not wet them down every day. Even Water pressure can unknot your hair. The salt water will help a lot. Put a couple table spoons of sea salt into a spray bottle then fill it up with water. Spray your hair with it several hours before you wash it. Keep the salt water off your scalp. It will dry it out...causing it to be itchy and flaky. But it does help lock up dreads! Sounds like you have a good start!
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