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Mark Fry
@Mark Fry
08/10/11 05:38:40AM
39 posts

dreads and jobs


dreads jobs employment issues

I'm a Equities Executive trading global financial markets for a US Investment company. I started work without the dreadlocks but I had the full support of my colleagues when I decided to start the wonderful dread journey. I guess I make them too much money to worry about the hair on my head haha
Mark Fry
@Mark Fry
07/28/11 11:35:34AM
39 posts

why i edited a blg post


General Talk

Keep it up SE. There's always going to be people having a whinge about something. I agree with what you are doing, but I also understand where she is coming from as well. She obviously believes wholeheartilythat her method is not a bad for the dreads. However having a warning in questionable forum posts is a smart thing to do. We all need to be protected from information that can be damaging.

Mark Fry
@Mark Fry
07/08/11 09:34:26PM
39 posts

Dreads length, how long do your dreads take to grow?


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

Thanks very much everyone! That's very interesting to know that your hair grows around 6 inches a year. Mine certainly didn't do that but I'll keep an eye on it now and see how much growth I'm getting. My dreads really couldn't get too much tighter and thicker so I should be on the gravy train to long dreads now!As for raw fruits and veggies..... I am a vegetarian so I'm sure that's helping, but I certainly don't eat enough fruits. I will up my fruit content now as well.Biotin.... I like the idea of taking some sort of hair growth stuff. I think I'll talk to my local health food store people and see what they recommend as well.
Mark Fry
@Mark Fry
07/08/11 06:32:42AM
39 posts

Dreads length, how long do your dreads take to grow?


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

Hello Everyone!So how long does it take for your hair to grow? and how much growth do you get?I'm in no rush for my dreads to grow, but I'm looking for some insight on what others have experienced. I'm coming up to my 1yr dread anniversary next month and my hair has only grown approx an inch since then. However, it has gotten much thicker and way better since the early days.I get it though, this whole year the dreads have just been getting super tight so now they are at that stage hopefully the length will start coming a bit quicker.I'm pretty excited to get some length in them, I'd like to be able to tie back all my hair to get it out of my face.Anyways, does your hair grow quickly? Do you do anything that helps your hair grow?ThanksFrysy
updated by @Mark Fry: 01/13/15 09:05:24PM
Mark Fry
@Mark Fry
04/07/11 11:13:18AM
39 posts

My dreads wont lay down...


Dreading Methods

Hahaha, yeah mate, I know how you feel. I went overboard with the crochet hook in my early stages... my hair is still recovering. Plenty of loose hairs everywhere. But that's a part of the journey! :)
Mark Fry
@Mark Fry
04/07/11 11:08:38AM
39 posts

My dreads wont lay down...


Dreading Methods

Dreadlocks are a great teacher of patience. Sick with it mate! You're still in the early stages, if you're really unhappy you can start over. But that's a big process. They will come together nicely with time!
Mark Fry
@Mark Fry
04/07/11 10:31:10AM
39 posts

My dreads wont lay down...


Dreading Methods

I had the same issue for a while mate. Just give them a little time. Mine settled after a few weeks. I had one dread that stuck up for quite a while giving me the alfalfa look haha. It will all settle down soon enough. I do agree with SE though, can the gel. I used wax for a couple of weeks and it did nothing good to my hair. The dreads started to improve once I just let them be.

Peace

Mark Fry
@Mark Fry
03/10/11 03:13:21AM
39 posts

next week


Introduce Yourself

SE. You've done a really great job. Think of all those people you've helped along the way. That's very special. I believe you can hit 10million views before the 2year mark. Good news travels fast. For everyone one person who joins this site, they will tell 10x as many people.

You've got a good thing going. Keep it up

Frysy

Mark Fry
@Mark Fry
03/09/11 09:43:35AM
39 posts

heeeelp!!!


Introduce Yourself

Ah okay, well that's not all bad. At least it's not your whole head of hair. Possibly a good soaking of baking soda will do the job. I'm sure a heap of people have gone through this issue. I can't give you too much help as I only had wax in for a short time... so kinda a different story. You'll get the help you need on this discussion though
Mark Fry
@Mark Fry
03/09/11 09:31:02AM
39 posts

heeeelp!!!


Introduce Yourself

Hey there. How old are they? I had mine waxed for 3 weeks before I found out it was bad. All I did was wash them with warm water for a while. It'll take some time to get it all out.

If they are new dreads... maybe consider restarting them with neglect or twist and rip

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