Natural birth control...
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Also, female condoms are made of synthetic latex, which usually doesn't cause a reaction because it doesn't contain the natural substance.
Copper IUDs are non hormonal (aka Paragard). They can be expensive, but they can last up to 12 years. I don't know if that's what you mean by natural, but really birth control in general isn't natural. And be aware that tracking your cycle (aka NFP/FAM) isn't anywhere near 100% (it's actually at about 75% with most women).
I'd say just got for your natural colour then!
You should be totally fine. Like I said, just don't keep it in for as long as the box says, which you shouldn't need to because your hair is already light and rinse it well!
Good luck, let us know how it turns out!
Jackie Turner said:
Awesome advice! I appreciate you guys.
@Mary my dreads dont loosen up when i wash. actually the underneath of my hair is completely dreaded. They look like the dreads in pictures. the top layer or my hair and in the front is really loose though. some of them havent started dreading yet.
I dyed mine at 4 months, and I only had to redo a few in the back. Since your hair is blonde now, it should be easier to cover up. I would sugest not leaving it in as long as the box says, and make sure you rinse them reallllly well. Don't use the conditioner after, obviously.
It really depends on how locked up your hair is. If you are able to wash it without a lot of it loosening, I think you should be fine.
Personally, I feel like you should dye it while it's looser, that way you have less of a chance of getting dye caught in middle of the dread.
I had to dye my hair for work with my first set of dreads (they were about 4 months old). Some of the less formed ones came out, but I went gently and slow, and it went way better than I expected.
You could always use a cheap, small paint brush to lessen the chance of the dye getting in your dreads.
I just got back from a camping trip, and there's a lake there with all kinds of slim and sand and gunk. I was wondering if there's anything out there that will get all these little bits out so my head isn't so itch from the sand.