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Kameron Hammond
@Kameron Hammond
03/21/13 01:31:11PM
8 posts

Looking a lil L00py


General Questions

Well then my dreads are damn sexy:) I have a lot of loops, some are getting short, some are still long, some are thicker, others thinner. I'm pretty sure they are doing just what they should be.


soaring eagle said:

loops are sexy

Kameron Hammond
@Kameron Hammond
12/28/12 03:38:06PM
8 posts

Friend thinks I should cut my hair, says they smell 'unpleasant'


Help! Save My Dreads

I personally love the loose ends. If you feel you need to cut them for a job, that is up to you. You know yourself and your needs more than anyone else. I wouldn't cut them because of the smell though, you can remedy that:) I think they look great!

pokolo said:

here are some more.

i also don't want the hair to prevent me from finding work, and good work. i live in Bucks County, PA. Morrisville/Yardley area. no idea what the water could be considered.

Kameron Hammond
@Kameron Hammond
12/28/12 03:12:41PM
8 posts

Friend thinks I should cut my hair, says they smell 'unpleasant'


Help! Save My Dreads

I would try the shampoo bars. I love the karma locking gel as well. I just got a ton a compliments about how good my hair smelt on Christmas. A little of the locking gel goes a long way!

Good luck with your journey!!

Kameron Hammond
@Kameron Hammond
12/28/12 01:58:57PM
8 posts

I may need an intervention:)


Dread Maintenance

I am saying this with all due respect, but please don't assume things. Just because I am asking about having a friend of mine, that happens to work at a salon, to help tidy up my dreads, does not mean that I am just throwing my money away and not helping others. I am a member of Burners Without Borders, I am on a art non profit board of directors, I donate my money and time constantly. I live a life of service. Please do not assume things.

I fully understand your opinion on natural dreads and I respect that opinion.

Peace

Kam

soaring eagle said:

so u thinjk it;s better to spend thousands of dollars even tens of thousands to tame every hair only to keep em 3 maybe 4 years max?

or u can keep doin what your doin ...nothin save your money maybe feed a poor family or help some kids escape the gangsta life do somethigmore meanningful then work on a look..live a lifestyle

a true dreads way more concerned about what goodthey can do then who they can pay to make them look good

its such a waste all that money spent on maintaining what doesnt need maintaining ..that could have been put to good use

hell i bet he knew someone who lost their house causethey couldnt afford the mortgage and all they would have needed to avoid homenlessness was for him to skip 3 or 4 maintenance sessions

dont just try to look like a dreadhead..be a dreadhead

theres more in this world worth worrying about then a few loose hairs

Kameron Hammond
@Kameron Hammond
12/22/12 02:13:24PM
8 posts

I may need an intervention:)


Dread Maintenance

Thanks:) I appreciate the advice! I'll be patient and let them be. It's a journey, not a destination;)

Doogie said:

Your locks will tidy themselves up over time! Paitence is a virture with dreads!

Kameron Hammond
@Kameron Hammond
12/21/12 01:20:12PM
8 posts

I may need an intervention:)


Dread Maintenance

I'm not concerned about having "perfect dreads" at all. I talk to everyone I meet that have dreads and ask what they do to their dreads, for curiosity;) Every single person I have asked (and they do have wonderful dreads) do some type ofmaintenance at least some of the time. I have had several people say that if you don't add in the loose hair then you will end up with some tiny dreads that I would end up loosing over time.

I'm just asking some opinions here on this site because I have gotten some great education here. I also get a lot of advice from other peeps too.

Take care and have a wonderful Christmas (or whatever you celebrate)!!!!

Kameron Hammond
@Kameron Hammond
12/19/12 11:47:15PM
8 posts

I may need an intervention:)


Dread Maintenance

My dreads are about 2 mo old. I have a good friend who has wonderful dreads. He is kind of my "inspiration" as far as dreads go! He goes into a gal and has them "fixed" every several months. He has her tidy them up and add in the loose hair. His dreads look "natural". They are different sizes and have loose ends. They are really beautiful. I am so tempted to do this, but I told myself I wouldn't. I have some flat dreads, some loose dreads, some thin ones and lots of loops. I know I need to be patient, but everyone I know that has dreads does some kind ofmaintenance.

So I guess I am just asking for some opinions on what to do.

Namaste:)


updated by @Kameron Hammond: 02/14/15 07:42:25AM
Kameron Hammond
@Kameron Hammond
11/03/12 04:05:41PM
8 posts

Dreads look like braids!


Dreading Methods

I have the same question as well:) My dreads are only about a month old. Some already look like dread and some still look braided. The bottoms are loose and a little curly. Sometimes I will t and r them, but it doesn't really seem to help. I try not to palm roll them either. I'm just washing them with baking soda with a little Dr. Bronners mixed in a gallon of water. I rinse them with a little apple cider vinegar in a gallon of water. What are you doing to yours?

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