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Kevin Labarre


Location: Seattle, WA
Zipcode: 98108
Country: US


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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/12/13 11:32:24PM @soaring-eagle:

i used teatee brinners so only added rosemary id add it to the big bottle b4 diluting mayn=be 50 drops art a guess then dilute if i was itchy or flakey id add a few motre to the diluted nbatch

Baba Fats
04/12/13 07:29:41PM @baba-fats:

Get some sea salt from a pet store. Mix a batch so that it's 3.5% salt to water. About 1-2 hours before you wash, spray it on your hair and let it soak. Then wash it off when you wash. This helps your hair lock a bit faster, without damaging it.

Wash 2-3 times a week. But depending on your water hardness, you need to be careful what soap you use. Dr. Bronners and the BS/ACV wash don't work well in hard water.

Don't worry about wearing a tam or anything. Hair locks up so much better when it hangs loose.

I'm sure you know about all of these things, but I figured I'd get some advice.

Oh, and NEVER palm roll. Trust me from experience. It only does 1 of 2 things. If you don't do it much, it doesn't help create any lasting knots. It only makes them look neater for a few hours. If you do it enough to see progress, it will severely damage your roots. I did it, daily, for my first 2 weeks. 6 years later I am still trying to fix the damage.

If you start washing your hair, now, like you already have locks, it will begin to sections itself out for when you want to TnR. From there you can decide how big you want your sections. Over 1 inch sections will be a pain to dry. But if you want super fat locks, I can give you some good tips on ho to dry them well and quickl

Baba Fats
04/12/13 07:08:27PM @baba-fats:

Welcome. Hopefully you won' use wax the next time you lock. Are you thinking about doing it again soon?

the Barrellady
04/12/13 03:15:22PM @the-barrellady:

Welcome to the community...wild looking profile pic...Peace

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/12/13 01:40:10PM @soaring-eagle:

natural in your hair would probly dread fast

bronners wont work in hard water so check your water type where yu live

teatree and rosemary are great for dandruff

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/12/13 12:47:35PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome wax i guess u realized was a horrible idea

are u going to go natural this time?

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/23/13 06:39:45PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome read the dreaducation page 1st

04/23/13 05:09:09PM @darkstar:

Welcome. Check out the dreaducation page first. How do you think you want to start locking?

Gabriel Audet-Bourgault
04/23/13 03:26:47PM @tyler-chidester:

Hi Kieran and welcome to the community. If you are planning on starting dreads one day, then read the dreaducation section found at the top of the site to get you an a knowledgeable path..... Peace

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/23/13 06:39:45PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome read the dreaducation page 1st

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