"i know ill cry when my son goes to his first day of school. itll be happy tears of course. hes already completly stoked about school and hes only 2. your daughter dont looked to thrilled about it though. lol. shes like yay school i wanna go back to…"
"To answer your question brother about why have I cut my locks before, My favorite set were my first, cut them to feel the release of energy before I set in for life then every time after just didn't feel like they were the ones (sounds like…"
"It's all about the right shampoo. Any health foodstore will have some good stuff worthy of your dreads. Many a long time rastafari I have talked to who have been locked for years>>> suggest washing with shampoo at least semi regularly.…"
Dreading methods, maintenance, and products used (if you currently have dreads)
Always natural for me. After 13 years I've found washing my hair as much as possible is key. I'll use good quality "natural" shampoo and wash my hair maybe 4 times in a row though not wash my hair every shower to conserve h2o and what not. By the third shampooing the shampoo changes into more of a thick foam which strips the oil and grease away leaving your hair super fluffy and easily mattable. after your locks form where they want to (over a period of time) you can take that naturally formed lock and shape it slightly to get some of the "bubbles" out while retaining your natural expression. And Tams are essential for tight locks to happen. Concerning maintenance, Same regime just not as often. You got to think of your jata as a finely woven blanket that needs a good wash to keep it cozy. Good luck!