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Baba Fats
12/02/12 08:22:17PM @baba-fats:

Welcome


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/02/12 03:09:13PM @soaring-eagle:


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/20/12 02:18:51PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but like they sauid your dreads dont need products..they also dont need work..just the intention to dread is all you need to dread

you dont even need that you can dread without intending to dread but at least if you intend to you can stop the things that prevent dredding


darkstar
12/20/12 08:35:42AM @darkstar:

Welcome. It's very common for baby locks to untangle and fall apart in their first few washes. That's not a bad thing. Mature locks take, on average, a year to mature.

So don't feel like when they come undone, hat you need products to "hold" them together. You just need time or that


Tony2
12/20/12 08:20:09AM @tony2:


Amanda7
12/20/12 05:53:40AM @amanda7:

Welcome. Do'nt use any products. Dreads do not need products to "make" them. Mature dreads are grown rather than made. I presume by twist and pull, you mean twist and rip (as it is called here). If you mean twist, as in the way dreads can be made in African textured hair, this method is best avoided. If you do use it, be sure to only use it once and don't "maintain" your dreads, as it can cause traction alopecia. It is also advisable to make all the dreads different sizes, as it is healthier for your scalp. Don't make perfectly square (or any shape for that matter) sections. Just grab random sizes of no more than one square inch. Hope this helps.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
12/20/12 02:18:51PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome but like they sauid your dreads dont need products..they also dont need work..just the intention to dread is all you need to dread

you dont even need that you can dread without intending to dread but at least if you intend to you can stop the things that prevent dredding


darkstar
12/20/12 08:35:42AM @darkstar:

Welcome. It's very common for baby locks to untangle and fall apart in their first few washes. That's not a bad thing. Mature locks take, on average, a year to mature.

So don't feel like when they come undone, hat you need products to "hold" them together. You just need time or that


Tony2
12/20/12 08:20:09AM @tony2:


Amanda7
12/20/12 05:53:40AM @amanda7:

Welcome. Do'nt use any products. Dreads do not need products to "make" them. Mature dreads are grown rather than made. I presume by twist and pull, you mean twist and rip (as it is called here). If you mean twist, as in the way dreads can be made in African textured hair, this method is best avoided. If you do use it, be sure to only use it once and don't "maintain" your dreads, as it can cause traction alopecia. It is also advisable to make all the dreads different sizes, as it is healthier for your scalp. Don't make perfectly square (or any shape for that matter) sections. Just grab random sizes of no more than one square inch. Hope this helps.


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