Long enough time to develop different techniques..

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Redpepper
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Long enough time to develop different techniques..

Post by Redpepper » Mon Apr 21, 2014 3:57 pm

I've made dreads for about 14 years under several different names but recently I finally decided to set up some sort of social media and I've had a lot of interest, which has been delightful!

Due to the influx of orders I started to have the chance to have a little play around with techniques. I have always been a steamed dread girl, since about 2001, but I decided to give the boiled dread a go when I wanted something a little more natural/organic looking and I was super pleased with the results. The dreads have come out firm, consistent, neat and messy at the same time and it makes it so much easier not having to take up the whole living room and filling it full of steam.

Anyway, due to being chuffed I thought I'd share. :) Hope you like them. I hope to put up more of the work I've been thrashing out very soon. :)



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atomiklox
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Re: Long enough time to develop different techniques..

Post by atomiklox » Sat Sep 06, 2014 12:20 am

I like the bits of red peeking through.
Do not go where the path leads, instead go where there is no path and leave a trail. ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Ogichi
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Re: Long enough time to develop different techniques..

Post by Ogichi » Tue Oct 21, 2014 9:05 pm

I bet these will look even better after using them for a while... ^^
The color is more natural so I think some "living" would compliment them.

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Re: Long enough time to develop different techniques..

Post by Neelam » Thu Jul 06, 2017 6:43 pm

I am new I just read ur first post, Though I just like silky hair, but just want to appreciate the color. I don,t know why I start liking pink shades in hair.

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