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@soaring-eagle
01/23/12 08:15:29PM
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youve crochetted a year'

why have you had to crochet over and over? to repair the harm youve done

how long can you get away with it?

u start with 6 inches hair

break that up into 3 inch peices thats 1/2 the strength irt was

again and again till the average peices are1/4 inch then a dread that supports 1000 pounds now supports 1 pound

they wont last

you are ruining them

ps using the term "pulling bitches" is pretty ignorant low class and says alot

im sure they just love the respect ya give em huh

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@soaring-eagle
01/09/12 08:47:28PM
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eeeeek

they advertise with those

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Beje said:

I just found my reason why I don't want to crochet, and it's that I don't want my dreads to look like those in this loctician page: (((WARNING, LOCTICIAN DISASTERS AHEAD))) http://www.rastasmadrid.com/ especially those in the banner. Thin and pointy? Urg, no thanks.

Trust me, you don't want to see the "Fotos" section. For some of them I don't know what's worse, before or after. The ammount of scalp showing is horrible.

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@soaring-eagle
01/08/12 10:34:04AM
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crazy salt lady is crazy

and im sure she talked him into it for the video demonstration t6o se4ll more dreadheadhq destruction

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@soaring-eagle
01/08/12 10:18:59AM
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exactly

but some claim it magicly slides through without harm

ohnd betseh aka crazy salt lady who works for dreadheadhq actualy broke a crochet hook off in a guys dreads

she was 'tightening" em while saying how tight they were already and was forcing th hook thoughwith enough force to break it!


Canon P said:

The reasons i dontcrochet: 1) a crochet needle is stronger than hair isflexible, thus,logically, hair will be broken and THATS never good. 2) My dreads are waaay to dense to fit a thick needle through, let alone a freakin hook!

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@soaring-eagle
01/04/12 10:52:23AM
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haha what>? in the 80's (the stupidity decade) knox gelatin and ..duco cement rubber glue or airplane glue were used alot too..

and even saw mohawks painted with latex paint ontop of the glue

(knew 1 girl who glued a strip of fur to her scalp for a furhawk and another who died her face green..yea and not her whole face just a blotchy smear coveru=ing most of it so she looked diseased..and another total idiot took those pyramid spikes off a belt (so the prongs that held em on were all bent uop) then put them on his head and hammered them into his skull with a 2x4 till he knocked himself out

only 2 of the 6 stayed in longer then an hour and left a bloodty infected mess

the 80s were so stup[id

Baba Fats said:

ha! There's always egg whites and spit. Don't forget the 80's.

you guys might be too young for that

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@soaring-eagle
01/03/12 07:26:34PM
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poke holes till they are falling apart so poke more holes to put em together

thatsz jonny clean logic (the lock docta says warning poke with care poking too much may cause dreads to break but dont worry poke some more and you can reattach the broken dread)

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@soaring-eagle
01/03/12 07:16:31PM
29,445 posts



scary! sewing machine? i hope u set them straight

wow

why do people do that to their dreads! ok featuring this

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@soaring-eagle
01/03/12 07:35:49PM
29,445 posts

Hello, Im ben and im starting to do my dreeadlock Journey.


Introduce Yourself

5-6 inches is long enough tho an inch or 2 more would speed things up a bit

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@soaring-eagle
01/03/12 11:55:13AM
29,445 posts

No more maintenance.


Dread Maintenance

no you shouldnt bother but all that maintenance backfires you do extreme damage cause more loose hairs (the loose hair tool should be called a loose and broken hair creation tool) all that work slowed progresss did lots of harm and defeates the purpose of dreading completely

yes you should wash with the bs/acv or dread shampoo but you should wash a couple times a week

all the rest..just stop it u never should have done it at all

but now u got to recover which can take a good 6 months to a year

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@soaring-eagle
01/03/12 02:54:18AM
29,445 posts

dreads !!


Introduce Yourself

dont get them let them happen

stop combing and wait they will form on their own

you can comb them out even arfter years but it takes alot of effort and time (6 year old dreads might take 2 weeks of careful gentle combing and conditioning to get out)

you will need a trim after at least

the more natural u go the more likely you will keep them a lifetime tho and ..if u do comb them out theres a very high probability that u will dread again within a yea\r

some take out 3 or 4 sets before finaly deciding to keep ewm for life

so get yourself into that mindset now..that u want them till you die then u will for sure be willing to go natureal wait a few months for them to dread so they will last ya a lifetime

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