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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/13/12 01:32:22PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome all her shampoos are the best arent they


KiritotheBlack
12/13/12 10:56:24AM @kiritotheblack:

Thank you. The Dragons Blood soap is great, not as flowery smelling as other natural shampoos.


ღHippie Loveღ
12/13/12 08:24:10AM @hippie-love:

Welcome to DLS and how do you like the Dragons Blood soap? Mine is in the mail being shipped it me now. Happy Dreading.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
01/01/13 06:51:12PM @soaring-eagle:

well thats why you see so few dreads 20+ years old and 1/2 the african dreads u see look like they are going bald or were involved in some srt of bizzarre experiment to re-animate a doll (u know how dolls heads have tuffs of hair poking through holes in the head and alotta scalp (rubber) all around)

gels aeent the best uption since they can build up (1 guy had grey dreads ..that turned back to black after doing a residue removal)

ethnic hair well if its more african in naturwe doesnt alow the oils to transfer well so it is too dry and needs more moisturizing thats the only real product needed aloe vera ..pure aloe straight from the plant is a gel like substance that shrinks as it dries Conditioning too) and pulls fuzz in to smooth them

this is healthy and rinses right out

jojoba oils another great option since its chemicaly asclose to yoiur natural oils as it gets


darkstar
01/01/13 03:47:42PM @darkstar:

Welcome. Once they started, you don't need to use the gel. The roots will lock on their own. That's why people with old locks don't have huge sections of straight hair. The roots tighten on their own.


Tony2
01/01/13 03:46:03PM @tony2:

Welcome and Happy Dreading..


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
01/01/13 03:37:50PM @soaring-eagle:

are u african american you shouldnt use the gelk if not (probly shouldnt anyway) u dont gotta roll either just leave em alone to dread

welcome


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
01/01/13 06:51:12PM @soaring-eagle:

well thats why you see so few dreads 20+ years old and 1/2 the african dreads u see look like they are going bald or were involved in some srt of bizzarre experiment to re-animate a doll (u know how dolls heads have tuffs of hair poking through holes in the head and alotta scalp (rubber) all around)

gels aeent the best uption since they can build up (1 guy had grey dreads ..that turned back to black after doing a residue removal)

ethnic hair well if its more african in naturwe doesnt alow the oils to transfer well so it is too dry and needs more moisturizing thats the only real product needed aloe vera ..pure aloe straight from the plant is a gel like substance that shrinks as it dries Conditioning too) and pulls fuzz in to smooth them

this is healthy and rinses right out

jojoba oils another great option since its chemicaly asclose to yoiur natural oils as it gets


darkstar
01/01/13 03:47:42PM @darkstar:

Welcome. Once they started, you don't need to use the gel. The roots will lock on their own. That's why people with old locks don't have huge sections of straight hair. The roots tighten on their own.


Tony2
01/01/13 03:46:03PM @tony2:

Welcome and Happy Dreading..


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