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adam bradford
@adam bradford
07/27/11 02:14:00AM
24 posts

i desided to restart


Dreading Methods

how do you mix up a non oiled batch of backing soda wash and do you have to rinse it with vinager?

adam bradford
@adam bradford
07/27/11 01:28:54AM
24 posts

i desided to restart


Dreading Methods

this is what it looks like after its finally dry after a wash

adam bradford
@adam bradford
07/20/11 03:27:51PM
24 posts

i desided to restart


Dreading Methods

yeah i have a few that are forming nicely the rest kinda forms strands and deforms and the shampoo is delaying the ones that fall apart more do so mostly after a wash. never thought of a carseat for beads nice tip.

adam bradford
@adam bradford
07/20/11 03:15:23PM
24 posts

i desided to restart


Dreading Methods

pics of the progress

adam bradford
@adam bradford
07/20/11 02:55:24PM
24 posts

i desided to restart


Dreading Methods

till i find a better one i am just using out the rest of the tresemme deep clean i had. any place to find beads that arent expensive.

adam bradford
@adam bradford
07/20/11 02:28:22PM
24 posts

i desided to restart


Dreading Methods

just shampoo once a week and ill squeeze dry till just damp then air dry.

adam bradford
@adam bradford
07/19/11 02:33:45PM
24 posts

i desided to restart


Dreading Methods

i combed out the backcomb job and now have gone all neglect method for about three months. i will try to put up a picture later but i would like to speed this up a bit if possibal any tips
updated by @adam bradford: 02/14/15 09:15:39AM
adam bradford
@adam bradford
03/24/11 09:58:57AM
24 posts

any thing for itchy scalp?


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health


would peppermint tea work i am having trouble finding these oils near me.
Dave said:
i've always had itchy scalp too, lately i've been doing as Panterra(thanx) suggested and spot treating with peppermint oil. Works great just use cottonball or tissue soaked in pepermint oil and rub it on scalp on itchy spot(may sting if skin is red,but ok) about 5 to 10 min later itch is gone for the day.
adam bradford
@adam bradford
03/19/11 02:50:55PM
24 posts

who is doing this for spirtual reasons? and what are they


History and Religious Significance

i was tricked into it. it wasnt till after the fact that i found this site and all the more natural ways to do it. i am ok with it if the backcombing comes out i just want tit to lockup. some i have ripped apart as they unravel in the back but for the most part i just plan to leave it alone. i figure any further screwing with it would probaaly just cause damage.
adam bradford
@adam bradford
03/19/11 01:41:17PM
24 posts

any thing for itchy scalp?


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

even before dreading i have always had a itchy scalp. actually since dreading it has been a bit better. the only things that ever help at all is barely washing or brushing it. i havent found any products that would help it but then again i am not to knowledgeable on hair care products. i always have been more so the just use whatever and just let my hair be hair type. any products or cleaning that might help and that wouldnt damage any dreading as my dreads are only 3 days backcombed . also when is the best time to give them their first wash?
updated by @adam bradford: 01/13/15 08:57:50PM
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