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Liz Delamp
@Liz Delamp
11/23/12 10:39:56PM
7 posts

Black Soap Liqued-Caucasian hair


Dread Products

I cannot say I know... try it on a small area? Chances are it's safe... but don't endorse anything you're not sure of
Liz Delamp
@Liz Delamp
11/23/12 10:19:41PM
7 posts

I give up...


Member Journals and Timelines

Nice! Fistpump! I agree. I hate when anyone tells me my dreds don't look right... that's absurd. Dreds are all about celebrating difference and uniqueness
updated by @Liz Delamp: 07/23/15 08:20:54AM
Liz Delamp
@Liz Delamp
11/23/12 10:15:23PM
7 posts

My greatest decision in life :)


Introduce Yourself

Beautiful dreds! I love the beads and messy windy look
Liz Delamp
@Liz Delamp
11/23/12 09:55:19PM
7 posts

Opinions - proffesionals?


General Talk

Tell her that "professional" dreding doesn't actually work. It's pretty much a style gimmick... plus it might make you go bald!I think her comments probably results from ignorance and misunderstanding
Liz Delamp
@Liz Delamp
11/23/12 09:44:17PM
7 posts

lets take a Dread journey :)


Member Journals and Timelines

They look great. When I started I had a short Mohawk... I love how long yours are. Hope to get there too!
Liz Delamp
@Liz Delamp
11/23/12 09:39:04PM
7 posts

Please help?!


Dread Maintenance

I wouldn't be afraid to ask her to touch up the back for a discounted rate... up to you. The "under hair" at the back tends to dred quicker anyway
Liz Delamp
@Liz Delamp
11/21/12 02:41:23PM
7 posts

taking the loooong road.


Alternative Lifestyles and Subcultures

Nice... do it. Many of my good friends do this, for months,or years, or for their entire lives. . I know a guy who bikes coast to coast promoting sustainability through a program called bike benefits. many people do it on foot as well, Alexander Supertramp style. People still ride the rails too, or hitch hike. I spent 2 months last winter hitch hiking coast to coast in Australia. when my money got low I'd find some work for a few days, housecleaning and such. you really don't need money at all but Its nice to have at times. I met many people who took me in for a few days, gave me a couch to sleep on and told me about their way of life. I'm addicted to travel now. rambling around, meeting new people and never knowing what will happen tomorrow. I've been living in a van for more than a year now, dreds really help since I can only get a shower if I plan it out, my hair dredded naturally as I made the conscious choice to stop preventing it from dredding with conditioner. had locks about a year... anyways back to traveling... you just gotta do it. you'll meet tons of others who do it as well, no planning necessary, sure sell your stuff.. might as well but don't bother to buy any fancy equipment, start dumpster diving. look for the "free underground market" of community gardens, local gathering places, awesome dumpsters that provide clothing, food, whatever you need. I have a kayak I got from a dumpster. Don;t be ashamed of your lifestyle, share it with people, know that there will be danger, but that is all part of the adventure, part of really living.

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