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@soaring-eagle
11/07/13 04:16:17PM
29,444 posts

Rectifying a bad bleach job


Dread Maintenance

anyone got a better answer?

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@soaring-eagle
11/06/13 12:00:56PM
29,444 posts

Rectifying a bad bleach job


Dread Maintenance

we'll get ya a better answer soon i promice i see you posted this on yahoo answers too

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@soaring-eagle
11/06/13 08:47:59AM
29,444 posts

Rectifying a bad bleach job


Dread Maintenance

having never dyed mine at all im no expert but i would imagine its the dyes fault

from my understanding the bleach should act on the hairs pigment wich it probably did but theres a artificial dye overlaying that wich was unaltered (im guessing)

you may need something that strips away the previous dye?

in this case my answers probably the worse answer since i really am unsure

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@soaring-eagle
11/06/13 08:38:38AM
29,444 posts

Questions about the dreaded crochet mistake


Dread Maintenance

its normal to have soome..every (non african) dread has them only african hair has tight enough curls to dread in smooth

but

crochet broke alot of hairs so for a good while you'll have way more then normal

no..don't palm roll

just leave em they will get worse..then better

just dont expect them to go away completely

when you look at mine you dont see them right?

only you see them cause yuour looking too close

step back and they dsapear

it will take many months to recover from the crochet though

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@soaring-eagle
11/05/13 11:18:57PM
29,444 posts

Loops!!


General Questions

the straightest hair in the world will do that thays how they dread

its normal as can be

enjoy it it wont last forever

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@soaring-eagle
11/06/13 02:37:36AM
29,444 posts

Tea Tree Oil and Soap


Dread Products

you'll love the diference and yea as soon as u said how it felt i knew u had pretty hard water

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@soaring-eagle
11/05/13 11:58:39PM
29,444 posts

Tea Tree Oil and Soap


Dread Products

i always used the teatree 1 anyway so no point in adding teatree

you can google "hard water map" and check your towns water hardness if your over moderately hard stop the bronners

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@soaring-eagle
11/05/13 11:25:36PM
29,444 posts

Tea Tree Oil and Soap


Dread Products

teatreee u can put on in water spray on or apply direct

bronners should be 12 times more water then soap

if you feel oily or sticky ..its your water and u cannot use bronners even at 40-1 dilutions

bronners wont rinse in hard water

you need www.dreadlockshampoo.com its as pure natural and ethical as bronners

but made for hard water

theres an unscented

but the scented ones are soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo amazing i dont know why youd want unscented (people cary the bars in thier pockets for weeks b4 using or sleep with them by thier beds and once used they say the bathrooms the best smelling room in the house

oh wow that was alotta oooo's in soooooooo but they are desserving of each and every 1 of them

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@soaring-eagle
11/05/13 03:57:11PM
29,444 posts

Is this good for dreads?


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

the aloe might not be bad im not sure bout the guar gum but the rest looks fine

i use a driopperful of jojoba in a gallon or so

but 1/4 droperful in a few cups should be good

try even less 1st use use more if needed

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@soaring-eagle
11/05/13 02:01:58AM
29,444 posts

T&R + Natural?


Dreading Methods

i dont see a picture

but natural is an option for everyone

the trick to tnr is randomization

twist once then split pull put together split in a completely diferent spot pull put together split in a random spiot pull (random as in 1 pull have 90% in 1 hand 10 the other next 60-40 nect 75-25 etc never even splits rndom random random and retwist randomly like every 10 to 15 rips or so

the more random the better it will look

but

u might as well go natural

lets ee the missing pics

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