salty dip

Discussion in 'Dreadlocks' started by knottyinthemaritimes, Aug 16, 2005.

  1. i was at the beach the other day (a load of fun) and i mostly whent skim boarding. But I swam for about 5 maybe, 10 minutes and it was great my mom and brother both said they see and feel a difference, but my dads flipping out because they are in there in there messy period and is threating to cut them out.. So im trying to help the process as much as i can... can any one help? tips? ideas?
  2. ArtLoveMusic

    ArtLoveMusic Senior Member

    Stick em up in a tam and forgeth them for a while :p
  3. good idea im tryin buy 1 from a guy in the states but my parents r skeptical
  4. ArtLoveMusic

    ArtLoveMusic Senior Member

    talk to KnittinChick (i think thats how its written) who posts in the fashion and crafts forum. she knitts wooly ones for people and they look great. Also the knitted wooly effect will really help the hair get knotty :)
  5. no ive got 1 lined up already so its kinda late lol ill get a pic of it it is custom made
  6. but any more suggestions
  7. skankleft

    skankleft Member

    Wow I really didn't understand what the hell you were asking or saying.

    It helps if u don't type liek dis 2.
  8. ya im sorry i will re-right it i tend to ramble in msn language ill fix it

    *edit* been fixed need help
  9. skankleft

    skankleft Member

    Oh ok.. thanks.

    Your Dad can't control your hair can he? Just explain to him your dreads are still developing and will just get better and such
  10. he has clippers and i sleep in late lets put it that way........ i also used 2 wax so they were the "perfect" dreads u kno wat i mean so now that i quit loose hair like crazy n slightly coming apart at the tips and one of his co workers has had dreads for at least 2 years so they look go so i was like ask her if they always looked nice and he was like im sure they dident but i dont care.. so im trying to tame them

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