Now that would be neat, its just so many people travel through and you never see them again.
if u mean profile pic click settings under inbox
u can post it on the new site http://ww3.dreadlockssite.com wich is way more mobile friendly
or just gimme a link to it
anything over an inch thick takes a vdery long time to dry so washing becomes a hazzard as they are likely to get moldy since they can take several days to dry completely
they can pull unevenly causing pain
they can be unconfortable to sleep on
yea u can get thick dreads by just not seperating much..but once thick u cant go thinner
omce thin though when mature u can let them congo
as they mature they thicken up too
can u show me a picture of what u hope for
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tye last slideshows a member here hummingbo]ird love gorilla his are no seperation so stick out crazy cause they are so thick
thick dreads have seroius drawbacks too
backcombed dreads stick up only in the 1st month waxy or crochet dreads can stick up cause they are stiff
thick dreads can stick way way way up
look at early pics of steel pulse
his stick up like that cause of how huge they are at the base
but as they grow weight takes over and they hang down
Definitely wash your hair regularly like every 2-3 days. In the beginning you really want to make sure that your hair stays oil free. Washing encourages knotting and dries out the hair just enough to give it grip. That's why spraying it with sea salt spray or swimming in the ocean works so well.
Pantene is crap. It will ultimately leave a bunch of residue in your hair. My personal favorites are lush shampoo bars & nature's gate tea tree shampoo. If you don't have hard water or a sensitive scalp than the bs/acv wash would probably be best for short hair. It's a no touch wash.
well the liquid maybe till mature its non iodized sea salt but regular sea salt u gotta rinse off after just a couple hours the stuff from there has added proteins and vitamins so its safer to leave on longer