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Forum Activity for @kirby-griffin

kirby griffin
@kirby-griffin
08/24/12 12:46:31PM
4 posts

New here and to dreads


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I normally dry my hair by putting a towel over my head and grabbing handfuls of hair at a time. Had an exgf show me this and it makes my curls much better and less frizzy

kirby griffin
@kirby-griffin
08/23/12 08:08:38PM
4 posts

New here and to dreads


Introduce Yourself

Just grease and oil. I dont currently wash my hair because then its anafro.

kirby griffin
@kirby-griffin
08/23/12 06:54:52PM
4 posts

New here and to dreads


Introduce Yourself

Ill look into biotin. Lookingforwardto first bs washe to see all the gunk come out!

soaring eagle said:

just wash more and let it do its thing seperate as they start to eat eachother

biotin helps it grow faster too

kirby griffin
@kirby-griffin
08/23/12 06:43:50PM
4 posts

New here and to dreads


Introduce Yourself

Hey there. I'm Kirby, 22 and male.

I want to naturally dread my hair. Its only about 3 or 4 inches long but i want them to start growing in as my hair does. I do not wash my hair(maybe once a month if it itches). I have curly thick hair and if i wash it I have a fro. It feels like I have the same curls everyday and I did touch my hair a lot and twist them.

What it looks like now.http://imgur.com/o6afL

I plan to start theprocesswith bs wash 2 or 3 times a week now. Any tips/links for thick curly hair is greatlyappreciated


updated by @kirby-griffin: 01/13/15 09:34:15PM
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