Hair?

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  1. Roger Rabbit's Girl

    Roger Rabbit's Girl <font color=teal>I <font color=deeppink>love <font

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    I have a question im thinkn about a new look and i wanted to know if anyone knows how
    to do dred locks (I think thats how it spelled) so Please help!!!!


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  3. DiSnEyGrL13

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    I have no idea!
     
  4. EW! sorry if i sound rude :(
     
  5. MinnieC

    MinnieC Alex says I'm silly!<br>But ... <b>HE'S</b> the si

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    I have no clue
     
  6. PigSoldier

    PigSoldier to dance beneath the diamond sky with one hand wav

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    My friend used to have dreadlocks, and she'd put shampoo in her hair, twist it into dreads, and then just leave it to set. There's probably some more detailed instructions on a website somewhere though.

    Dreadlocks are a pretty permanent thing though, once you're fed up with them, you need to cut them out. Are you sure you want to do it? It might be easier (but less pretty) to jst put loads of little plaits into your hair.

    By the way, OrlandoDisney, you do sound rude :rolleyes:

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  7. bubblemutant45

    bubblemutant45 gobbles timmy!!!!!! ummm....sorry for runnin over

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    hey!
    i've heard that you have to put a lot of junk in your hair (the one i remember is honey) in order to make dred locks.
    PigSoldiers right - if you get tired of them you have to shave your head.
    theres also this machine (i forgot what its called, i can ask my friend for you, if you want) that twists your hair and if you leave it in for long enough (and your hair is naturally wavy or curly) when you take off the rubber bands at the end of the twists it looks like dred locks. my friend has had them for a while and it looks pretty good on her.
     
  8. FunkyRooster

    FunkyRooster <font color=blue>Lifes beachy<br><font color=deepp

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    The best tips I can give about them is as nasty as it may seem, don't brush them, I think there is special stuff that stores sell to help, twist the hair daily, and just let it grow. Good luck.
     
  9. Roger Rabbit's Girl

    Roger Rabbit's Girl <font color=teal>I <font color=deeppink>love <font

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    Thank you lots Im going to try it thanks agin



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