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@soaring-eagle
07/16/16 05:23:14PM
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Erik here


Introduce Yourself

nah that's 100% normal

they  will change a lot b4 they are mature

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@soaring-eagle
07/16/16 04:30:46PM
27,947 posts

Ben


Introduce Yourself

I'm surprised

that's on here probably 100,000 times ..but the site is huge

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@soaring-eagle
07/15/16 05:32:41PM
27,947 posts

Help


Help! Save My Dreads

acidburn:
imapirate:

So i should just go for it it and stop worrying so much 


Yes try to embrace the changes. Control is something humans try to do so much. The less we try to control the less stressful it is. You'll have your up and down days. But in the end it will workout.

dreading is therapeutic

anorexia is ultimately about control, when they feel they cannot control anything in their lives except what they eat or don't eat it becomes the 1 thing they can control, till it takes control of them

anyways by letting go, dreading naturally and not feeling any need to control their hair ..letting it be uncontrolled they can let go of all the other things controlling their lives

i don't know how many anorexics I've met that would have died if they didn't start to let go of control and let their hair dread as it wanted to

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@soaring-eagle
07/15/16 05:26:17PM
27,947 posts

Help


Help! Save My Dreads

shes crazy her loopy dreads are beyond gorgeous in fact.. take a good photo, out in nature and i'll probably feature it

(i am picky about what gets featured)

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@soaring-eagle
07/15/16 05:17:27PM
27,947 posts

Help


Help! Save My Dreads

why in the world would they cut them

but yea the ends tend to be the wildest

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@soaring-eagle
07/15/16 05:10:56PM
27,947 posts

washing


Dread Maintenance

i shake it out often but not like that just a gentle shake to get some of the drippies out

it would break my neck to try doing as you described haha

i just give it a gentle shake not even as much as a dog would do

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@soaring-eagle
07/15/16 09:48:14AM
27,947 posts

Question on Washing Frequency and Using Deep Clean


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

13 isn't much you really won't find anything worth using any cheaper then that bronners is 15 as an example

anything cheaper then 13 is going to be toxic crap really bad for dreads

you could find 13 dollars walking 10 blocks in any city

some people can get 600 dollars in an hour panhandling

point is it isn't hardtop get 13 bucks for shampoo especially if its just once every few months

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@soaring-eagle
07/15/16 09:34:34AM
27,947 posts

Question on Washing Frequency and Using Deep Clean


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

the dreadlockshampoo.com ones are big bars if you use a soap saver so they don't melt from being damp they last a real long time

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@soaring-eagle
07/15/16 09:23:58AM
27,947 posts

Question on Washing Frequency and Using Deep Clean


Dreads Hair and Scalp Health

i would, monthly might be ok for a few years but after seeing numerous people have severe weakening i really no longer recommend using it at all

the charcoal shampoo does a better job without being so harsh it turns your skin into a paste

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@soaring-eagle
07/15/16 08:51:01AM
27,947 posts

washing


Dread Maintenance

fundoo:
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no such thing as too much washing or rinsing

it's how gentle you are and not towel drying that matters

www.dreadlockshampoo.com is always best but bronners is okay as long as the water isn't hard


finally got this reply thing working! :D ok, sorry to interrupt folks but...so u really can wash regular but not do the towel drying? huh! because, i just happened NOT to towel dry last time, and Maybe it was more knotty? no wait! i didn't blow dry. ahhh confusing! but i sometimes have to wet my hair more often than i would like for new dreads, so i am curious what might be most effect for the next few weeks or months?? thanks

the more its  wet the better as long as it dries completely

if your hyper observant like i can be at times ..watch your hair as water runs through it

you will see the surface tension pull it together into sections

you will see if 1 single hairs not perfectly straight withal the rest it causes turbulence wich causes the hairs to be displaced from straight..and start to tangle, the more water flowing through your hair the more it tangles

towel drying one day might make it pretty knotty

but then another time completely erase and rub away 3 months of progress

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