Dread nightmares? Interesting... I can't say I've ever had those. Although mine are kind of thick. I can't really imagine them breaking off. I suppose it's possible though.
I didn't refresh the page and missed that lovely caricature. If I have time to go out to the store tomorrow, I will certainly do that. Thanks, Valerie. And thanks, SE for the bun suggestion. It led to braids, though, since my hair is waaaaay too thick and not quite long enough for a bun.
I understand that for the most part. Not sure if I have an elastic, though. And yes, the palm tree cap is a genius idea!
Take a hole punch and put holes on either side. Attach elastic (kinda like a party hat.)
When wearing it you can have the strap going to the back of your neck (not under the chin) and arrange your dreads in front of the strap and behind it so that it's not visible.
Now, I couldn't quite make that out. Something along the lines of dreading to be "different" and a lack of culture or something... But, uh, SE, for future reference, I wouldn't take any Youtube comments into heavy consideration. Youtube comments are literally some of the dumbest, most ridiculous text you'll ever read online. They get much worse than what you got. And about the eggs... What moron would actually think that's a good idea? I just don't know anymore.
That sounds wonderful. I'll definitely give them a try. Thanks!
Panterra Caraway said:
They smell amazing...you will love them. I have been using them for awhile. My favorite scent is patchouli vanilla lavender. I also like her nag champa. I have used karma and hippie scents. I just ordered dragonsblood and orange tea tree and am excited to smell them. The scent stays will you and you get little bursts of it throughout the day as you move your head...heavenly<3