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New around these parts and looking for some help.

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By: Sam Savage
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Hey Guys n Gals of the dreadlockssite.

I'm new here and am looking for help. I've been really thinking about getting dreads for many years and in the last month or so I've decided there is no better time than the present. I know a handful of people with dreads and all of them used wax to create theirs. They look great but after reading up on the whole wax thing im quite unsure if I should use it in tiny tiny amount's or none at all.

Also what is the best way to prepare my hair. I intend to use the backcombing method to create the locks.

Any help that you guys can give me would be very much appreciated.

Thanks all

☮ soaring eagle ॐ
03/19/12 04:34:27PM @soaring-eagle:

most of us who went natural had jobs and had no trouble

we even have dr's with natural dreads

dread the way you want to dread not the way you think others want yiu to

or the way yu feel your "allowed" to

its your hair not theiers you work for them they dont own you


Tara C
03/19/12 03:42:54PM @tara-c:

If you're wanting to appease your work, definitely twist & rip. Backcombing tends to make you look like Sideshow Bob for a while. But I have to say, none of these methods are going to allow you to bypass the messy stage. It lays out the sections and everything, but some of them come loose again (which is fine, it dreads on its own so if they do that, just leave them), and they start looping and doing all this stuff that's part of dreading, so...the messiness can't be avoided no matter what. That's not to say you can't tie them back for work or whatever though.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
03/19/12 02:25:56PM @soaring-eagle:

but if u dont twist n rips a better option anyway


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
03/19/12 02:25:01PM @soaring-eagle:

sure it is

in fact its the only option guranteed to be protected by law

any other method and they can then tell you no you cant


Sam Savage
03/19/12 02:15:23PM @sam-savage:

Using the natrual/neglect method isnt really a possibility for me at the moment because of work.


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
03/19/12 02:04:35PM @soaring-eagle:

no wax no wax no wax and educate thodse waxy ppl on why wax is evil in dreads

why would ya use backcombing?

read this entirely

http://www.dreadlockssite.com/forum/topics/dreaducation-comprehensive

i cover just about everything there is to know in that (its long but thr]orough)

prepare the hair

stop combing stop conditioning

maybe remove residues ahd conditioner buildup

let it dread

theres no need to backcomb and damage the hair


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