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@hippie-love
12/12/12 02:59:06PM
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Face Wash


General Questions

I hope you find something that will help.

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@hippie-love
12/12/12 08:15:01AM
80 posts

Dying baby dreads


General Questions

I would wait until they mature Like I'm doing with mine.

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@hippie-love
12/12/12 08:02:37AM
80 posts

Free Dread soap samples


Dread Products

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@hippie-love
12/12/12 01:31:47AM
80 posts

needing help


Introduce Yourself

Loose the wax and get wax b gone. then start naturally.

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@hippie-love
12/10/12 09:36:46AM
80 posts

Twist and rip method going ok or did I di it wrong?


Introduce Yourself

They look fine to me. Here is mine at 1 week today.


updated by @hippie-love: 02/05/15 10:12:49AM
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@hippie-love
12/07/12 12:49:21PM
80 posts

how to grow em long???


Introduce Yourself

Exactly! Well said..

Marcellus Wallace said:

Stop using any chemicals, (this includes most shampoos and conditioners as they usually have harsh chemicals like sodium lauryl sulfate, which is basically a degreaser) let the natural oils of your scalp provide the healthy environment your hair needs. The structural foundation of your hair is probably rather fried and that makes them weak, you need to be patient and let new healthy hair grow. If you wanna dye with anything i suggest henna, it actually is very nutritious for you hair.

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@hippie-love
12/04/12 08:36:15AM
80 posts

HELP


Dread Maintenance

I agree with Baba Fats as well. 2oz Olive oil in a 15oz spray bottle has always help both for me.

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@hippie-love
12/02/12 08:26:51PM
80 posts

I want dreads but I dont


General Talk

I just watched this video, maybe this is a style your interested in..?

http://youtu.be/t4kqbc6R0O8

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