dreading loved ones hair into my own?
wondering if i can dread hair from my mum and sister (neither have dreads) into my own? peace
updated by @sambo: 01/13/15 09:11:48PM
okay thanx, and also is it bad for your dreads to spend a long time under a hat be it wool or otherwise? like is it better for them to be out more often or doesn't really matter? the reason i ask is because i wear a loose beany to work made from nylon because its allot thinner and cooler but when i get home i have a big, thick, loose one and was wondering if it would help them out to wear wool when im home or just let em loose.. btw theyre 10 day old TnR baby's. cheers, i freakin love this site
hi everyone, glad i found this site
my names sam and ive been contemplating dreads for a while now. i havent used shampoo in my hair for over 12 months though ive been just using conditioner when it feels dirty so im well and truly past the oily stage from not washing. and i rinsed my hair the other day in salt water just to see what would happen and it was almost instant dreads (my hair is about 6-7 inches long, brown, curly and thick) i did cut it in a mohawk about 3 months ago but its grown out now and looks pretty goofy so im getin the sides shaved tomorrow to regain the hawk and then im thinkin about dreadin whats left. i was thinking of trying to section it a bit to avoid the part straight down the middle of my head (from an undercut that was worn from age 10-13 :P) but otherwise i wanted to go natural. also any oppinions/experience with twist an rip? im stuck wearin a beanie with the back of my hawk hangin out the bottom so it looks like i have a mullet so the sooner i can get dreadin the better i reckon