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Week One of Dreading
» Week One of Dreading
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Yeah the salt must help dry it up i guess. Let me know how you get on...
Alot of the posts recomended Dr. Brommers or Bronners I think it is for shampoo. I think I'll try the baking soda and sea salt and cider vinegar rinse. The salt and the vinegar will help my start to lock I think.
Iv only rinsed it twice in 7/8 days. Not found non-residue shampoo yet or baking soda so iv just been wearing my hat till i do. i need t ask around for brands. This picture is near ben lomond and the mini was in glen coe. I love my Scottish countryside
Yea, I'm thinking I might just quite brushing and see what my hair wants to do. I've got grey/salt and pepper hair a little shorter than yours and pretty straight and if I don't wash if often I think will be too oily to lock up. Could I ask how often you've been washing your hair and what are you using to wash it with? By the way I love the countryside in this photo and the one with the Mini!
Lonnie-Ta v much :P Robb-Yeah i dont like the idea of all the effort going into t'n'r partly the reason i wanted dreads in the first place, can never b bothered with my hair. Girls always say why du never style ur hair n im thinkin why the hell shud i, my style is natural :D
have you just let them form naturely?
i hope so
they seem to be sectioning off the kinda a size id'v done if i t'n'rd so im happy. This pic was like day 3 or something.
lots of nice thick hair, you'll have wonderful dreads!
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