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Emily Storey
@emily-storey
09/14/13 10:10:02PM
12 posts

Fundraiser - To chop or not to chop!


General Talk

I think the deadline might be today, (as in the 15th UK time!). I know her and she's an honest girl, she wouldn't try and trick people into donating money. She just knows that her dreads cause a lot of controversy between her family and friends and therefore are a great way to raise money! Xx
Emily Storey
@emily-storey
09/09/13 03:35:31PM
12 posts

Fundraiser - To chop or not to chop!


General Talk

ah guys thanks so much for the support, i know she'll appreciate it :)

Emily Storey
@emily-storey
09/09/13 06:47:24AM
12 posts

Fundraiser - To chop or not to chop!


General Talk

Hey

So my friend is doing a fundraiser with two pages. Donate on one and you're voting for her to CHOP OFF her two year old locks :'(http://www.justgiving.com/hannahjakes

Or donate to this other to help her SAVE her precious dreadshttp://www.justgiving.com/hannahjakes2

I'm not posting this to spam, nor has she asked me to do this, I just thought some people might want to get involved for the good cause of both Act!onaid and her beautiful hair!

Peace and love x


updated by @emily-storey: 06/10/16 02:04:39PM
Emily Storey
@emily-storey
08/07/13 05:53:34PM
12 posts

Would you buy dreadlock hats/tams/bands made from organic or recycled fibres?


Dread Accessories

yes to all! I would spend more than 20 on an accessory and I live in the uk so I'm not much help on the shipping front! good luck :)
Emily Storey
@emily-storey
08/07/13 02:30:43PM
12 posts

Help me... I don't know what to do.....


Dreadlocks Journey Emotional Support

wow I actually just cried a little reading this. I might be a known softy but man, you're strong. Please don't start your dreads again, if anything they're a symbol of your strength and resistance against what happened. I'm a newbie so I can't offer much advice except, stay strong and definitely file a complaint! Love, solidarity and peace. And a hug too, if you'd like :)
Emily Storey
@emily-storey
08/07/13 08:48:56AM
12 posts

Finally a Dreadhead!


Introduce Yourself

I totally agree! Everyone is on a journey and I can't understand how it can be another persons place to judge what a person chooses to do with there's, especially when there is no 'right' path to take.

SE - I hadn't thought about how other people must be attracted to dreads too... It's funny how logic works sometimes eh? Though I can't say I totally agree with your views on boobs - I don't see the point in boob jobs but as a woman who is cursed with a rather large set I tend not to care whether people are big all small. Everyone is beautiful in their own right anyway :)

Heidi - I know what you mean about fashion and pop culture, it's really sad that people can be so blind to what really matters in life, though I think we're all guilty of allowing ourselves to be consumed by it every once in a while.

Emily Storey
@emily-storey
08/05/13 01:23:31PM
12 posts

Separating a fat dread


Dread Maintenance

I've been tying them up quite tightly until now so thanks for the advice on the headscarves! I've just bought a big head band too which I love so I think I'll like scarves :)
Emily Storey
@emily-storey
08/04/13 07:45:12AM
12 posts

Finally a Dreadhead!


Introduce Yourself

Thanks a lot! Happy dreading x

Emily Storey
@emily-storey
08/04/13 07:43:51AM
12 posts

Separating a fat dread


Dread Maintenance

Thanks for the advice guys! I only have one that's far too big so maybe I will just have to go with it and restart that one.

I have around 37 dreads because most of them are a pretty reasonable size, varying from teeny tiny to around an inch.

I've used twist and rip because although my boss is accepting of my dreads, she's requested that I keep them as neat as possible whilst at work and I figured it would be much easier to style twist and rip dreads straight away.

Thanks again, fingers crossed I get a better result this time :)

Emily Storey
@emily-storey
08/03/13 04:45:16AM
12 posts

Separating a fat dread


Dread Maintenance

Most of my hair has been dreading for nearly three weeks now but I have 11 that are a little older. The particular dread in question is around a month and a half old and despite its usual silky straightness, my hair seems to be locking up pretty quickly. However my dilemma is that although having my friends help with my hair was lovely, one of my dreads wasn't sectioned particularly well and is a HUGE three inch rectangle across the back of my head. I was thinking of separating the top few inches where it's a bit looser by wrapping two sections and waiting for it to grow out to encourage the dread to eventually form into two. Is this a good idea or is there a better solution to my problem?

Thanks, peace x


updated by @emily-storey: 01/13/15 09:56:16PM
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