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@soaring-eagle
10/25/17 11:49:12AM
29,399 posts

My locs look exactly like fish hooks on the tips


General Questions

they will fit wherever they decide to stick  if they are small that likely will be towards the tip

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@soaring-eagle
10/25/17 11:24:24AM
29,399 posts

My locs look exactly like fish hooks on the tips


General Questions

yes that's a good idea they definitely help 

in fact that's all i did to start was put a few beads in the back of my hair (only part long enough0 and it dreaded right up within a week or 2 ..not mature but that's how fast they formed good established dreads..beads are the only thing that are worthwhile to help but really don't do every 1 just decorate them with a few, you can always move them around

think of them as decorations that happen to help .. but the main purpose is to draw attention to the beauty that's already happening even in the  early wild stages..

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@soaring-eagle
10/25/17 02:21:28AM
29,399 posts

My locs look exactly like fish hooks on the tips


General Questions

and about 'how long will it take for my locks to look like __(insert anyone here)__'s dreads"  the answer is always..never

dreads will never look like anyone elses dreads, nor should they. they should always look unique

having said that and only peeked at 2 sec of 1 vid  they look nearly mature ..ish

so they will look about like that stage by 8 months ish

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@soaring-eagle
10/25/17 02:17:39AM
29,399 posts

My locs look exactly like fish hooks on the tips


General Questions

wash a minimum of weekly 

max daily but  very very few do it daily  most wash at most every 2 days look up addelle wellington on yt (shes a featured member here too i think) she actually wrote the book on natural dread care washes hers daily and never uses oils or anything (afri8can american hair)  in general though since dreads dry slow, and in thick long  dreads they can be damp 12 hours or ,ore later  so if you wash so often they never dry it can be a mildew risk

so wash a minimum of weekly and a max depends on how long they take to dry...

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@soaring-eagle
10/25/17 12:38:34AM
29,399 posts

My locs look exactly like fish hooks on the tips


General Questions

palm rolling does nothing..although if they are going to loosen it will be from messing with them ..also while wet hairs more easily damaged and palm rolling can cause friction damage. most on ythis site have never palm rolled..i certainly haven't.. palm rolling might seem to help, but typicallyu the results only last a few hours or a day it has no long term effect other then possible harm

but yea you will find that washing is essential to dreading

between washing and sleeping those are the 2 times that most pof the dreading happens

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@soaring-eagle
10/24/17 11:50:13PM
29,399 posts

My locs look exactly like fish hooks on the tips


General Questions

colds best for dandruff and dry scalp but not removing oils oils are hydrophobic (repell water)  as such water will not remove oils effectively soaps have a molecular pole that breaks oils down  breaking that hydrophobic quality allowing the oils to be washed out

at the same time hot water reduces the viscosity (thickness)  making it easier to wash out

if your using onl;y water use it jhot at least the excess will  possibly rinse out 

or if you want to use cold (healthier option) a soaps nesacasry  to alow the water to even contact the oils a nd remove any at all  with hot the oils still are repelling the water but the oils thin out enough to  drip free even without actually making contact with the water

that answer might not be 100% accurate from a chjemistry perspective but generally that's  what you can expect if you try washing out oils with only cold water

you can  oil up your hands and try rinsing with cold water and wont get much poff..and that's your hands not the inside of dreads that try to hold in oils like a sponge

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@soaring-eagle
10/24/17 11:17:42PM
29,399 posts

My locs look exactly like fish hooks on the tips


General Questions

ah well  wash it out  you should be washing a min of weekly iof you wash regularly theres no need for oils  or anything

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@soaring-eagle
10/24/17 10:42:08PM
29,399 posts

My locs look exactly like fish hooks on the tips


General Questions

they would be shorter

and unravel and be the same just shorter

and shorter hair takes longer to dread

the roots andf tips are going to be loose for months and months

if you shorten them  you will just get the same amount of loose hair at the tips 

why does something so cool and  natural bother you so much when its perfectly normal and just a part of how dreads drtead

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@soaring-eagle
10/24/17 06:49:45PM
29,399 posts

Sections on my scalp...


Help! Save My Dreads

awesome well can't wait to see how the fresh start goes

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@soaring-eagle
10/24/17 06:48:13PM
29,399 posts

My locs look exactly like fish hooks on the tips


General Questions

www.dreadlockshampoo.com is best (bars for you0 they will and should loosen up some but washing is what makes them dread

plus you got whatever she used in the roots that needs to come out

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