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Ryan P. Stroud


Location: Bristol, PA
Zipcode: 19007
Country: US


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tips on maintainance for 9-10 month dreadies

By: Ryan P. Stroud
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Hey everyone just joined and I'm looking for some advice, I have some teen dreads between 9-10 months I've been lacking maintenance for about a month or so but I'm starting up again. I have questions tho like how can I get fuzz under control and also tighten up my roots and get ahold of my new growth.
☮ soaring eagle ॐ
07/28/11 06:33:16PM @soaring-eagle:

yes thats whats causing it although u will always have some its normal and u should never do anything about it .. dreads should be left alone to dread the more you do the more u have to do to compensate for the harm u do.. just forget all about them wash and seperate to prevent congos and thats all

the rest takes care of itself

Ryan P. Stroud
07/26/11 07:35:17AM @ryan-p-stroud:
Stopped using the wax after the first week, I didn't like the feel of it but I have been mainkmg with the hook, but If that is what'd causing the frizz then I'm recycling that for something else and let them go, thanks for the help man.

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
07/25/11 02:39:42PM @soaring-eagle:

donr! u caused the broken hairs with the crochet u doid already

stop all maintenance

u ned to let them heal and recover your mangling them causing broken hait=-rs which cause fulzxzz

the roots need nothing but time the dreads need 6 months to a year to recover from the harm you did already

do no maintenance at all except seperation to prevent congos..nothing at all else

you alreasy did way too much now the 1 thing you do want to do remove wax throw away the crochet ghook join the crochet recovery group

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