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☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/22/13 03:44:13PM @soaring-eagle:

what music what video? im confused


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/17/13 01:42:21PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome were u talking about this site dating.dreadlockssite.com


jazzymomma
04/14/13 10:26:28PM @jazzymomma:

hi an WELCOME TO DREADLOCKSSITE goodluck on ur life parnter hun and dreads will u ever consider growing real dreads? so fun rewarding an beautiful not saying if dont got them ur not beaut just clear it up lol but yea ur much welcome here and goodluck on ur new life journey :D peace an luv


Baba Fats
04/14/13 09:23:47PM @baba-fats:

Welcome. We do have a dating portion of this site. The main forum isn't about dating, though.

Are you planning on growing locks at some point?


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/24/13 05:15:27PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome they are suposed to be loose the 1sdt 4 months if u force them to be tight with crochet u delay progres by 6 months or more

just leave em alone


Gabriel Audet-Bourgault
04/24/13 02:14:21PM @tyler-chidester:

Welcome to the community Zack. Stay away from crochet hooks, they are the most damaging thing you can do to you hair, same as wax, stay away from both. You have just started your journey one month ago and have many more to go. Dreads can take 1-2 years to mature. During the first few months, they will loosen, loop, zig zag and look a little crazy at times. This is the sections shrinking up to become mature dreads, it is a process that needs to happen. Real dreads are not instant. The back combing sections you made are not dreads yet, they are the roadmap to your dreads. You gotta sit back and allow them to do their thing. Any interference on your part will set back the dreading journey each time you try to maintain them. A crochet hook breaks each section into hundreds of little pieces and one day you locks WILL start to fall off/ break off because there will be no long strands left to give it strength.

All you need to do is wash them 2-3 times a week and separate any sections that are trying to join together, that's it....So sit back and just enjoy your journey...don't rush it...allow them to grow healthy so that you are able to keep them for life if you so choose. Soaring Eagle, who created this site for us, has had dreads for 23 year now, no hooks, just cleanliness and love to them....it's that easy.....Peace


darkstar
04/24/13 02:04:57PM @darkstar:

Welcome


☮ soaring eagle ॐ
04/24/13 05:15:27PM @soaring-eagle:

welcome they are suposed to be loose the 1sdt 4 months if u force them to be tight with crochet u delay progres by 6 months or more

just leave em alone


Gabriel Audet-Bourgault
04/24/13 02:14:21PM @tyler-chidester:

Welcome to the community Zack. Stay away from crochet hooks, they are the most damaging thing you can do to you hair, same as wax, stay away from both. You have just started your journey one month ago and have many more to go. Dreads can take 1-2 years to mature. During the first few months, they will loosen, loop, zig zag and look a little crazy at times. This is the sections shrinking up to become mature dreads, it is a process that needs to happen. Real dreads are not instant. The back combing sections you made are not dreads yet, they are the roadmap to your dreads. You gotta sit back and allow them to do their thing. Any interference on your part will set back the dreading journey each time you try to maintain them. A crochet hook breaks each section into hundreds of little pieces and one day you locks WILL start to fall off/ break off because there will be no long strands left to give it strength.

All you need to do is wash them 2-3 times a week and separate any sections that are trying to join together, that's it....So sit back and just enjoy your journey...don't rush it...allow them to grow healthy so that you are able to keep them for life if you so choose. Soaring Eagle, who created this site for us, has had dreads for 23 year now, no hooks, just cleanliness and love to them....it's that easy.....Peace


darkstar
04/24/13 02:04:57PM @darkstar:

Welcome


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