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Kyle
@kyle
12/19/10 07:55:25PM
14 posts

New at dreads, and need questions awnsered


Help! Save My Dreads

All normal . Appreciate the knots that have already formed or are forming. Quit backcombing your forcing knots which will be damaging. Trust in time. Your hair will healthily dread up in time don't worry so much about the now. Just know in a year you'll have locks formed all over and afterthat your dreads will keep maturing. I try nit to let my stray hairs bother me, but they are completely normal.. When the times right they'll knot into whatever they naturally are swayed towards. Good luck. Bless
Kyle
@kyle
12/18/10 12:28:16PM
14 posts

how do u test your hairs ph?


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Get a litmus strip ph tester and Saturate a small amount of water (neutral) With your hair in a cup then see where it ends up on the test. Just an idea
Kyle
@kyle
12/16/10 04:13:16PM
14 posts

I've learned:


General Talk

I agree. I'd always have to comb out my hair cuz it'd naturally knot and my mom wasn't so fond of that..but noe that ice decided to just let them go..they have done just that

soaringeagle said:

ive learned that u dont even need to know u want dreads to get dreads all u gotta do is be too lazy to prevent dreads

Kyle
@kyle
12/16/10 04:00:25PM
14 posts

I've learned:


General Talk

There should be no technicalities with dreads. Other than cleaning with aloe plant and going swimming in the ocean, my dreads are forming themselves just fine. Time is the main ingredient. Appreciate your dreads because the whole process is wonderful and adventurous. Just some simple encouragement for any who stumble upon this and are concerned with progression, because I'm in the same situation :)
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