Very welcome! Let me know if it works as well for you. I will keep recomending it if it does
whats up Kayki?It's really awesome to meet you I'm glad to hear that yu stoped crocheting an that it is going well. I was nervous about stoping at first cause I have to keep my dreads very clean and frizz free as much as possible since Ioften have todress up, mostly for church on sabbath. Though it isn't required I still like to look very nice. So I have done some research and got an awesome tip that has worked super great with frizzies and anything that wants to stick up out of place. Mix in a spray bottle, 1/8(or more if you need it)natural 100% aloe gel, make sure it has no preservatives,and the rest with warm water and mix well. Spray on scalp and tthrough dreads as needed. I love this stuff! My scalp was getting dry and itchy and now it feels great and I am frizz free, Yay. I also go a step further an put a tam on right after I spray it in my hair and let it dry. It seems to lock in moisture and help more with frizzies on the top of the head. WellI hope this tip will be usefull Now, you had asked me what kind of teacher I am. I currentleyhomeschool my kids and help to teach spanish to mine and some friends children. However, my husband and I and some friends are working on getting a grant to purchase a homestead where we will be completly of the grid and self sufficiant. We willhave a few families on the property and I will be educating all ofthe children. Well it was really awesome to hear from you, I hope to hear from you soon and hear more about you. TTYL and Happy Dreading
Welcome and Happy Dreading.
Always, Hippie Love
welcome but gotta tell u crochet hooks are extremely bad for dreads they cause extreme harkmj and delay progress by 6 months if used only once well over a year if used alot
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