Drying my dreads...

Discussion in 'Dreadlocks' started by Guest543, May 27, 2007.

  1. Guest543

    Guest543 Member

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    Just wondering if I should blowdry or what? I wrap mine in a towel, squeeze it a bit, and then just let them dripdry.

    Does it matter how I let them dry?

    I'll be honest here, I'm feeling too lazy to do a search right now. XD
     
  2. HippieAdrien

    HippieAdrien Member

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    not really. i wrap mine in a towel and twist to squeeze most of the water out. then i let em air dry. but alot of people use a blow dryer. it doesn't matter i dont think
     
  3. Caelynn

    Caelynn Yellow Butterfly

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    i perfer air drying... i like to go sit outside when it is warmer and let them dry... and thats only happend a few times since i got them... darn winter
     
  4. knotdirty

    knotdirty Over the Rainbow

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    :) I found a fun new way to dry the hair.

    Trampoline.
     
  5. Caelynn

    Caelynn Yellow Butterfly

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    i like going to the park and swinging :) trampoline sounds fun too though
     
  6. peacelovebarefeet

    peacelovebarefeet BuRniN oNe...

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    what i sometimes do, if i want my hair to be rally dry, i throw a big towel in the dryer because i hop in and get all soaped up... then when i get out, i squeeze each of them individually to drain the excess water, and then i wrap my head up in the hot hot towel and they dry pretty quick. i only do that if i have time though, mostly i just air dry.
     
  7. peacelovebarefeet

    peacelovebarefeet BuRniN oNe...

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    okay, sorry for the eight thousand grammatical errors in that last post. im drunk/
     
  8. wanderin_blues

    wanderin_blues Banned

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    ^lol
    i wrap em in a towel for a bit so they dont drip, then just let them do their thing. at present, mine dry in about 7 hours maybe more. i think youre fine with just a towel :)
     

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