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I have never wrote anything here...But one year! also advice needed! [07 Nov 2007|12:52am]
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[07 Nov 2007|09:01am]
i just realized i did the dumbest thing! agghh. i cut allll of my hair off.. and i didn't even dread it first! i mean, if i was willing to cut all of my hair off, i should have tried dreads first to see if i could finally deal with them (i had them a couple years ago in high school, and it didn't work out too well). its really short now, but how long should it be before i try to dread?
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Long time no post [07 Nov 2007|10:37am]
My dreads got married a couple months ago, so--some pictures! Due to the general low-budgetness of the wedding, these aren't professional, my dad took most of them, but they turned out okay, I think.

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Extra credit: guess what's going on in this picture!

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Happy crappy fall weather to everyone! (unless you're in the southern hemisphere...)
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[07 Nov 2007|10:42am]
i did check the memories under 'loops' and 'hair types', as well as 'curly hair dreads' but this question wasn't addressed in depth:

i'm starting my 4th set soon and would like this set to be curlier (truer to my natural hair type). I'm assuming the trick is to create thinner dreads that would have less of a tendency to get thick quickly and grow straight. i really love my crazy hair as it is now, and was hoping to keep that craziness. i know it can be done as a lot of beutiful people here have a curl or wave to their dreads. Please share any thoughts about how you got your set. I know every hair type is different, so it might depend on the thickness, texture and type of hair and less on how you made them, but info would be appreciated! i'll post photos when i'm done!
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any one willing!? [07 Nov 2007|12:44pm]
I am at school in NY at SUNY Oswego, If anyone lives close to or near oswego, and would be willing to help me start some dreads it would be great!
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[07 Nov 2007|05:26pm]
I was arsing about the crafts section of John Lewis, amidst the old ladies and prim shop assistants, looking for items to have a go at my head with, crochet hooks and whatnot and I came across this...

Its like a needle with a gritty bit at one end for grabbing onto snags, you kinda shove it in, twist it, and it latches on and pulls it back through.
Worth buying for defrizzing/neatening up dreadlocks? Opinions?
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