yea I agree it's all subjective.. I think it's great this site offers a lot of information about the healthier options.. I just think it is important not to make the fundamental attribution error in regards to dreading.. It's like this, dreads are something deeper than any other hair style. I mean that in the sense that they are sensitive to vibrational frequencies of their beholder
They are energized and a great journey that is usually beautiful, even when it gets less than smooth sailing. They are symbols of our journey through life, and they are going to end up how they do according to the waves they ride on, and the minds that carry them... so yea, some methods work better for some than others, and its different for all of us. Lets just keep the lovin alive, and not give into the darker side of our human condition that tells us to keep our self separated and locked into our own opinions, because there is no Truth with a capital "T".. I mean maybe somewhere, but it's obviously lost or in hiding. So bla bla bla.. yada yada.. Rambling session closed for now. Keep the love in your locks folks!V0rN said:
The backcomb method isnt bad at all for a starter and i bet it falls apart just as much as Tnr does, I backcombed mine and they were fine none fell out. Im getn sick of reading forums where arguments arise about which method to use and which is the "correct" method i,e crochet and now backcombing???. WHAT U DO 2 UR HAIR IS UR CHOICE. People when they join this site DONT need 2 blasted about how they've used the wrong method and if they take these steps everything will work better yadayadayda. Its there choice if they want 2 crochet or wax let them, all the infos thea for them 2 read let people do their own thing.