a little update
thanks! its going faster than i could have thought
soaring eagle said:
definately making great progress
ive always found that a strong point of my self, no delaying just doing it:)
I'll see if I'm going to wrap them or not,
the Barrellady said:
Wow, when you make a decision, you jump right in. As explained, they will loosen up and they will change in appearance, some comments might be made when you get to the messy stage, but don't care about that because in a year or so you will have awesome looking dreadlocks that are very healthy.
If you ever want to wrap any of yours, in the first few months use the criss cross method using embroidery thread or hemp. This method will still allow the sections to mature and move about how they need to. Wrapping them completely and tightly will slow down the dreading process and not allow them to so their thing.
Have a fun journey, next year your will be beautiful.....peace
already bought the dr. bronners, gonna try that in a few days,
u never had to do anything to redo
it would dread wether u tnr or not
oh but u are going to want to wsash right with the right stuff
u dont want residues or conditioners
haha oops:P wont re do them anymore then. thanks!
Last week i watched a boy at my school with his dreads. A friend and i were talking about it. And she just walked up at him and asked how he did it. Later that day in a boring class i tried the twist and rip method. My first fluffy baby dread was born :D Later that evening i did the rest of my head. When i went to the livingroom my parents were shocked. but i think there starting to like it more now. at least there's volume. i love the good influence of my friends :D By the way is there something special i need to do to keep them from falling apart? ive got very sleek hair. Thanks