10 month update - tie the bases?
Dreads Hair and Scalp Health
... And Heather, your locks are beautiful! I know you've had a long hard process but I think it has inspired many of us and has made you stronger too! Keep it up sista!
When you do it the natural way it separates on its own, so there's no point in separating until they start dreading I guess, but when they do, separating them is cool if you want thin dreads. As for tying your hair back or whatever, I think that slows it down a bit, but I'm not too sure about that
Nice I've used the baking soda wash and the ACV. I've got some liquid shampoo coming in the mail from that site, I'm excited to see how it works with mine. I am super excited to be able to play with beads and fabric and stuff in my dreads once they get farther along.
Yeah, me too. I'm up in Roy, it's about 10 minutes away from Ogden. I've already heard a bunch of shit, and the funny thing is, no one has seen my "dreads". They've just seen a FB post and heard that I'm doing them, and it's already been decided that they're dirty, ugly, and something about lice. *face palm* People are nuts for sure! So how are your dreads this time around? Are things going better for you?