im gettuing the statistics from here and from ppln the street i see every day
and that vid shows some sings of it too not too mad but look at the thinness of the dreads and around the dreads the hairs thinning cant yoiu see thsat virewew fulk screen
look at tractionalopecia.org too thats where i got the stats on transplants
look at evertyone ui see with tight braids and corn roews
see the baldness between?
that can become permenant
salons are destroying african americans hair
now if you want a job u have 1 guranteed wat to keep your dreads..keep them unmaintained then you can say thety have spiritual or religios meaning and they cannot under any circumstances say anythinbgft about thenm
but if u mnaintain you have no rights at all and they can say to cut them
your salons scare you into giving y]up ypur rights..ajnd your money
i havge had no issues with jobs and my dreads and never did a thihng to tghenm
Marlon Moorer said:
well i like how my hair looks when its maintained. I still doubt this is common because i have yet to meet someone it has happened to. I do plan space out twisting as my length increases. Im actually gonna try the method in this video.
as a college student i need to have a level of neatness anyway to better increase my chances of getting job in my field. I may keep them a little bit past shoulder length.
Also where are u getting these statistics?
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