Nubian Heritage Soaps
yeah it actually does smell good! it kinda smells like if you mixed avocadoes and kiwis
^^ that is a link to the site, unfortunately the website is down right meow but, it doeslistsomeplaces in the lowerleft-handcorner that sell their organic bar soaps. now for the ranting...
OH MY GOODNESS this soap is absolutely positively AMAZING! EVERY scent ive tried so far smells sowonderfulyou want to eat it!!!
the first one i bought was the Indian Hemp & Haitian Vetiver Soap with neem oil, it smells awesome.
the second one i bought was Lemongrass &Tea Tree oilwith orange peel,myfavoritecandy islemon-headsand it smells just like them, but fresh and earthy
And two days ago i bought the Carrot &Pomegranatesoapwith calendula extract and cranberries... and oohhh myyyy goosssshhh!!! it is THE MOST WONDERFUL SMELL EVER!
and none of these soaps dry out my scalp too bad, they get rid of dandruff, the dont leave residue or make my dread roots oily within 1 day. i love this soap and i love that there are so many scents and different oils that other soaps dont have. if anyone hasnt heard of this brand or hasnt tried it yet,definitelycheck it out, i LOVE it <3 && so do my dreaddies. which are now 1 year and almost 3 months now!
you should NOT be worried your dreads are lookin great, 80 is a lot so they prob will be small from looking at your section size. about 20 to 30 will be bigger sized locks, 35 to 50 should be medium and any more than 50 should be smaller. but this is what i would do, wait until about 6 months when they will start getting the size of the root, if you still dont like the thickness then tie some together with string, or put a bead on em, that are right next to eachother and congo em up till you got maybe 60 or 50, they can get bigger no problem just let em congo if you dont like want the size to get bigger, but wait until theyve grown more first to see if you even want to change em at all.
@Steven Wind- you are so incredibly kind! i put my feathers in with bead crimps, like when your making a necklace and your finishing off an end, you put a tiny crimp on there and use pliers to squeeze it shut...well use the same thing for your feathers, get a tiny peace of loose hair and put the loose hair and the feather through the crimp, the squeeze the crimp shut, and when you wanna take it out just squeeze the crimp the opposite way, or they will just naturally fall out like mine. orrr a safer way is to probably just tie it onto a dread with a string, like wrap a dread with whatever string and then attach the feather at the end. you can get creative with it.